The opioid epidemic has led doctors and patients to look for other ways to control pain, and they’re turning to technology for answers.
When deploying technology that keeps personal health information and other healthcare data safe, health systems stay proactive.
Increasing chronic care needs are incentivizing direct-tech services.
The healthcare industry is investing considerable resources to reach and engage consumers through mobile devices.
Data is only valuable if it’s analyzed correctly. But that’s easier said than done.
The state of telemedicine and remote patient monitoring.
How new technologies are helping patients with diabetes better manage the disease.
Patient identification is in desperate need of an overhaul—and biometrics could be the answer.
It’s an exciting time for healthcare technologies. Here are the ones you need to look out for in the next ten years.
This massive partnership is breaking down barriers and improving patient care.