Medical researchers are rethinking how patients are recruited for studies in part to overcome distrust of the medical community among some populations going back for decades.
Working in partnership with the University of California at San Francisco Neuroscape lab, Akili has developed a mobile game called "Project: EVO." The goal is to create a game so powerful that it could be used to help treat attention deficit hyperactivity disorder.
Scientists have successfully encoded a short film (GIF) into the DNA of a living cell and recovered it later. This experiment could pave the way for engineered cells that record...
In searching for ways to better locate people living with undiagnosed HIV, Yale researchers found inspiration in an unlikely place: the casino floor.
Eleven Cleveland Clinic surgeons and a team of specialists performed the hospital's first total face transplant in May, replacing 100% of the facial tissue for a 21-year-old woman who suffered from a gunshot wound as a teenager, the health system announced Tuesday, July 18.
Someday, a treatment for cardiac patients could be so outside-the-box that it's from the swamp—algae.
Could deer antlers hold the answer to aiding paraplegics? Scientists studying the bony structures think they might hold secrets that could be used for nerve growth or even regenerating limbs.
In the transition to value-based care, talent management is critical. It is equally as important as cost, quality and patient experience. But one of the biggest challenges facing health organizations is employee disengagement or burnout. Technology can help with that.
A yearlong study at the University of Chicago Medicine's new Center for Care and Discovery tracked the facility's microbiome as it developed, aiming to determine which environmental factors affect microbial communities.
The transaction is the latest in a wave of deals that aim to bolster product suites and consolidate the number of hospital suppliers.
Rina Kellogg is among a legion of thousands of women who are speaking up and filing lawsuits against Bayer, for severe medical problems they say were triggered by using Essure.
Success in meeting new rules and regulations and benchmarks in population health management and medical research all depend on providers' ability to cull information from patient records.