Shaping Health 2.0: Dr. Richard Parker’s Perspective on Geneia’s Theon

Shaping Health 2.0: Dr. Richard Parker’s Perspective on Geneia’s Theon »

There’s absolutely no doubt that medicine has changed dramatically over the past twenty years and it continues to shift every day. As we move from traditional medicine to a more defined era of what some medical professionals are now calling "Health 2.0," new problems and new solutions have appeared. Disparities in health systems are now addressed with innovative…
Nuance PowerShare Network Hits 3 Billion Image Mark

Nuance PowerShare Network Hits 3 Billion Image Mark »

12 Sep, 2014
News
Diagnostic imaging photo via King's College. Last month, Nuance Communications announced that over 3 billion medical images had been shared through their Cloud network. This is a 30 percent increase from the year before and a vast increase from previous years, suggesting a widespread adoption of image-sharing Cloud technology in hospitals and medical…
New Electrospinning Research Could Lead to Wound Healing

New Electrospinning Research Could Lead to Wound Healing »

4 Sep, 2014
NewsUncategorized
Electrospinning is a complicated but useful method of tissue regeneration. Photo via electrospinning wiki. Over recent years, medicine has experienced a very exciting paradigm shift, evolving from a passive style of treating disease step by step to a more active and dynamic approach. Exciting new research published by a team at…
7 Wearables You’ll See At Health 2.0’s Fall Conference

7 Wearables You’ll See At Health 2.0’s Fall Conference »

On September 21, 2014, healthcare innovators from across the country will come together in Santa Clara for four days of demos, networking, presentations and inspiration at the Health 2.0 Fall Conference. Attendees will have access to 80 speakers, 30 panels, workshops, discussion sessions and 150 product demos. We'll be there, but we got a sneak peak…
RP-VITA Robot Extends Specialized Medical Care

RP-VITA Robot Extends Specialized Medical Care »

RP-VITA provides specialized service from afar. Photos and videos provided. Imagine that your three-year-old daughter has a temperature of 101 and is experiencing a rash and dizziness. You’d want to know ASAP whether she was having an allergic reaction to sulfa or was suffering from meningitis. After halting her sulfa intake,…
Dr. Kathy Nieder Talks Technology in Primary Care

Dr. Kathy Nieder Talks Technology in Primary Care »

25 Aug, 2014
PeopleUncategorized
Can ipads in the office help us teach patients? Maybe, says Dr. Nieder. Photo via MarketWatch. Dr. Kathy Nieder, a family medicine doctor at Baptist Medical Associates (BMA), is at the forefront of technology in medicine. She recently joined the HiMMS Connected Patient Committee, a committee dedicated to developing tools that…
Now Trending: Smart Watches

Now Trending: Smart Watches »

Image via Pebble Wiki. The Apple iWatch, the Google Gem, the GearFit …  soon it may seem like every person you know has a piece of technology on their wrist. New research from Parks Associates confirms this, showing that smart watch sales will reach an all time high in 2014, with 18 million…
Xconomy Mobile Madness Event: How the quest to define mobile may impact the future of wearable devices

Xconomy Mobile Madness Event: How the quest to define mobile may impact the future of wearable devices »

5 Apr, 2014
MedTech Features

Xconomy hosted an evening of thought-provoking discussion at the Microsoft Campus in Cambridge, Massachusetts. The theme of the panel was “Mobile Madness – The next disruptors.”

The Point of Care: An Introduction »

4 Dec, 2013
Opinion/Editorial
For those of us in and around the medical community, innovation is upon us. Adoption of practices from other high-risk and service industries, along with the data being gathered under the ‘big data’ movement, is fundamentally changing the way we are delivering care to patients. Technological breakthroughs, and the ability to deliver data and functionality…

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