Current Headlines

  1. Healthcare Breaches Vary Wildly In Cause
    9/23/2014

    Breaches come in all shapes and sizes, as do ways to prevent them. By Megan Williams, contributing writer

  2. PHM Targets Medicaid Patients, Improves Engagement
    9/23/2014

    Improving patient/provider communication through targeted efforts has increased patient engagement in Oregon. By Katie Wike, contributing writer

  3. Study: Low-Income Urban Patients Prefer Texting
    9/23/2014

    Text messaging is not only acceptable and feasible but is the preferred method of collecting real-time survey data in a low-income urban African-American community. By Christine Kern, contributing writer

  4. Post-Discharge Call Center Cuts Readmissions
    9/23/2014

    Patients who subscribed to a telemedicine call center after their release from the hospital had fewer readmissions than those who didn’t, according to a study in Telemedicine and e-Health. By Katie Wike, contributing writer

  5. New Wearables Approved For U.S. Market
    9/23/2014

    ViMove, Personal KinetiGraph are among the new products receiving FDA approval. By Christine Kern, contributing writer

  6. 70% Of Consumers Don’t Access Health Records Online
    9/23/2014

    According to the results of a recent ONC survey, only 3 of 10 Americans access health records online. By Katie Wike, contributing writer

  7. Wellcentive To Demo Advanced Population Health Management Technology At Health 2.0 Fall Conference
    9/23/2014

    On Tuesday, September 23, at the Health 2.0 8th Fall Conference, the eighth annual event that promotes, showcases and catalyzes new technologies in the health care industry,Wellcentive will demonstrate its population health management (PHM) solution in a session titled "Big Data Analytics for Population Health."

  8. 4D Printing Holds Special Potential For The Healthcare Industry
    9/22/2014

    What Is 4D Printing? Essentially, it’s 3D printing with a fourth dimension of chameleon-like transformation.

  9. Ebola Prompts Desire For Infection Control Tech
    9/22/2014

    A new survey shows infection control technology is a top priority in 2015 due to rising hospital acquired infections and the scare of the Ebola outbreak. By Katie Wike, contributing writer

  10. Ascension, Envision Form Post-Acute Care Joint Venture
    9/22/2014

    Agreement continues focus on patient-centered care and population health management. By Christine Kern, contributing writer

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