It’s an exciting time for healthcare technologies. Here are the ones you need to look out for in the next ten years.
While healthcare is often taken for granted in urban communities, many rural populations struggle to access care. Here’s how one healthcare organization addresses rural impediments and their effects on health.
By using a patient-centered, physician-led model of care, Blue Cross Blue Shield (BCBS) of Michigan lowers recidivism and healthcare costs.
There are more than 165,000 health- and wellness-related apps for iOS, but overall engagement remains low outside the top 10. To best benefit users, who should be responsible for health and wellness apps—employers, healthcare insurers or individual consumers? It depends.
The real value of population health management lies not in the data it generates but in the interventions it drives, according to Jay Rajda, MD., medical director of Aetna's Innovation Lab.
Several changes, from new payment models to the "Cadillac Tax," are impacting the health insurance market.
Working in partnership with Doctor on Demand, Optum’s NowClinic and American Well, UnitedHealthcare is expanding its telemedicine reach to encompass 20 million enrollees.
Consumers searching for health information on Google will now see results from Mayo Clinic in a feature box at the top of the return screen.
Research has been given a shot in the arm by Apple Corp, which recently expanded the use of ResearchKit to include clinical trials.