Herald Health Helps Doctors Cut Through Data With Push Notifications

Herald Health Helps Doctors Cut Through Data With Push Notifications »

24 Aug, 2016
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Herald Health aims to alert physicians with important, timely, and customizable clinical information through push notifications. Instead of requiring doctors to constantly monitor patient vitals or check for completed lab results, Herald is designed to work with electronic health records and notify healthcare providers of meaningful changes in medical profiles.

HealthMap Develops Live Zika Tracker

HealthMap Develops Live Zika Tracker »

16 Aug, 2016
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As the number of reported Zika cases in the United States continues to rise, many government and public health officials are turning to a recently developed Zika-specific disease tracker to trace and anticipate the spread of the virus.

Top 5 Reads of the Week

Top 5 Reads of the Week »

5 Aug, 2016
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In this week’s MTB Roundup: Zika vaccine enters first clinical trial, a biochip test for Alzheimer’s, National Hospital ranking and more…

Pokémon Go an Accidental Digital Health App? Not So Fast…

Pokémon Go an Accidental Digital Health App? Not So Fast… »

27 Jul, 2016
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Over the past few weeks, social media has exploded with praise for the supposed health benefits of the recently released app, Pokémon Go. But without clinical evidence, what conclusions can we realistically draw about the health benefits of this popular game?

Top 5 Reads of the Week

Top 5 Reads of the Week »

15 Jul, 2016
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In this week’s MTB Roundup: Arizona’s measles outbreak, a possible link between cancer and type 2 diabetes, telehealth to revolutionize medicine and more…

Medical Curricula in the Digital Age

Medical Curricula in the Digital Age »

12 Jul, 2016
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To keep up with the technologically advanced generation of students and rapid adoption of technology in healthcare, medical schools are now striving to digitize their curricula. These educational reforms are expected to better prepare medical students to practice medicine in the computer age.

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