You may be using your personal wearable fitness device, whether an Apple Watch or Fitbit, to simply track your fitness or
Healthcare providers overwhelmed by the amount of data recorded by the wearable and mobile health devices of their patient populations can take some comfort in knowing that it won't be...
The American Heart Association is giving some powerful health IT tools to employers to use in the workplace to improve the heart health of Americans, more than 85 million of whom have cardiovascular disease.
Your Fitbit, or other wearable device, could be tracking more than just your health and wellness metrics.
Did you receive a wearable as a gift over the holidays? Turns out there's a good chance that, after about six months, you won't be using it anymore and it will end up in a drawer somewhere.
In fact, a
Health insurance payers are accelerating their move to value-based payments at a remarkable rate, according to a
Corporate America: Rise from your cubicle chairs and stand up if you want to stay healthy. That’s the key takeaway from the new 2015 corporate wellness...
Pages and pages of stage 3 rules — and moving on from stage 2; population health’s ties to machine learning; UIs hamstring VNAs
Spring break sure sounds good to me after CMS dropped 700-plus pages of proposed regulatory rules for stage 3 meaningful use and EHR certification for the healthcare IT industry to study up on. Opinions quickly flew around the Web about the most important parts of the proposals.
Digital patient self-monitoring in healthcare will continue to rise if developers respond to current demand, particularly from younger patients. More than half of consumers (52%) are interested in buying