By Susan M. Reese Wearable computing devices can be applied to nurse fatigue, staffing, and other quality-of-care problems.
By David F Carr Social applications based on SharePoint are just beginning to prove their worth in clinical settings. Here’s how one hospital uses them to review case studies, share resources, and more.
By Rachel Saidman The highly regulated banking industry has figured out how to put IT at the center of customer service. What are the opportunities for healthcare?
By Joe Masters Emison Conventional databases from Microsoft, Oracle, and IBM still dominate the enterprise, say respondents in our newest research. What will it take for NoSQL, DBaaS, and distributed systems to break through?
By Jeff Bertolucci Ready for a wearable that listens to your snoring — or your stomach? Meet audio machine-learning tech.
By Bernie Monegain
Envisioning a future when healthcare is data-driven in a big way, Deloitte Consulting has launched a new business unit and is investing between $150 million to $200 million in life sciences and healthcare analytics and launching ConvergeHEALTH, a new business unit to give the work of transformation momentum.
By Alison Diana Montefiore Medical Center in The Bronx is texting patients and might use Fitbits to monitor diabetic teens.
By David F Carr Even as Oregon works to exit a troubled IT services contract with Oracle, a longtime critic of the state’s health insurance exchange project says the blame belongs elsewhere.
By Alison Diana A well-equipped smartphone and a little will power can help you stay healthy. Consider these diagnostic and fitness apps.