Early research suggests patients haven't rushed to download health records to their smartphones as envisioned by the Trump administration's new interoperability rules. »
New tools that move patient billing online are not only giving patients at Great River Health System more options for paying medical bills, but also getting financial services staff hours back each month.
Adaptive Biotechnologies and Microsoft are expanding their existing partnership on mapping adaptive immune responses population-wide to include COVID-19, the companies said on Friday.
Armed with a new 3-D printer, the assistive technology department at Blythedale Children’s Hospital is building customized wheelchair extensions, ring splints and other devices for patients.
Providing care from afar can help reduce the risk of spreading the coronavirus disease, but expanding telemedicine is only the first step for hospitals. The next hurdle is figuring out how to raise awareness among patients.
The Seattle tech giant has continued its push for patients to manage their medications with the company's voice assistant, Alexa.
A more costly and much more complex flu test is gaining ground, despite the conveniences of point-of-care rapid testing.
Hospitals face challenges getting past the first steps of identifying patients coping with nonmedical health needs.
Bryan Medical Center in Lincoln, Neb., deployed an artificial-intelligence camera system to flag nurses when it looks like a rehab patient needs help leaving their bed.
HHS' Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology has made another move toward its vision of allowing patients to be able to download their own health data via apps.
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