Nathan E. Wineinger, Ph.D., a research scientist at Scripps Genomic Medicine discusses how mhealth data is moving towards big data at a rapid pace at the recent BigData@UCSD workshop last month.
Frost & Sullivan has identified three big predictions for the global healthcare market, based on a ’2013 Search for Growth’ survey
Kroll released its third annual Cyber Security Trends.
New York is still standing in the shadows of Boston and San Francisco’s thriving life sciences eocosystem.
Shareable Ink®, the enterprise cloud computing company that transforms point-of-care clinical documentation to structured data and analytics, has closed $10.7M in Series C financing.
Big data or small data — it’s all data! And it’s growing at an exponential rate — especially in the healthcare industry.
The American Hospital Association (AHA) has sent a letter encouraging CMS to expedite their ICD-10 testing plans to ensure testing begins no later than January 2014
Study finds that the people most likely to benefit from fitness wearables aren’t using them
Verona, Wisconsin.-based Epic Systems Corp. has formed their first academics informatics program partnership with Oregon Health & Science University for medical informatics education and research purposes.
How can healthcare leaders effectively change culture within the hospital organization to improve health IT adoption and optimize workflow integration?
57 percent of seniors are seeking digital health options for managing their health services remotely, according to a new survey by Accenture.
Healthbox Chicago announces its second class of startups with a keen focus on post-reform challenges of hospitals and health systems.
76 percent of doctors said Affordable Care Act (ACA) will increase healthcare costs and reduce access to care ”significantly” or “somewhat”, according to a new survey
Today, Tallwave today announced the kick-off of its High Tide for Health IT Program startup competition and innovation search.
Digital health funding for October 2013 reached $131 million compared to October 2012 at $85 million, according to the latest October 2013 StartUp Health Insights Funding report.
0 CommentsHealthcare is Changing, But Will It Lead to More Expensive Data Breaches (via HackSurfer) In the past five years the healthcare system has seen massive pushes to increase efficiency and improve service delivery. With the new developments in technology, the healthcare field has started to increase the integration of computers and other new…
Practice Fusion names six predictions for how health IT will impact healthcare in 2014 and what they might mean looking forward next year.
In this interview, Anuj Desai – Vice President of Market Development at New York eHealth Collaborative talks about his participation in the upcoming panel, “Freeing the Data: Driving Value from Using Clinical, Claims, and Device Data”
What is the future of medicine? Currently, there is a revolution of changes driven by healthcare reform initiatives, rising healthcare costs and technology.