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Kansas judge rules telemedicine abortions can continue

By Associated Press  |  January 01, 2019

A judge ruled that Kansas cannot stop telemedicine abortions, thwarting the latest attempt by state lawmakers to prevent doctors from providing pregnancy-ending pills to women they see by remote video conferences.

In 2018, interoperability remained just beyond the horizon

In 2018, interoperability remained just beyond the horizon

By Rachel Z. Arndt  |  December 26, 2018

Interoperability remained top of mind in 2018, with players big and small, entrenched and untraditional, joining the cacophonous call for a health system in which patient data can move between providers and, sometimes, even move via the patients themselves.

Glen Tullman's wearable tech startup hires a new CEO

Glen Tullman's wearable tech startup hires a new CEO

By John Pletz  |  December 18, 2018

Livongo Health, which is tackling chronic diseases such as diabetes and high blood pressure with wearables, hired veteran healthcare technology executive Zane Burke as CEO.

The internet of things extends healthcare into the home

The internet of things extends healthcare into the home

By Rachel Z. Arndt  |  September 22, 2018

Now that devices like blood pressure cuffs and scales are connected to the internet, patients can send their medical measurements directly to health systems, whose care teams monitor the patients' well-being.

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