Now that the Election Day dust has settled and the health reform law has survived a nasty political battle, I would like to remind my dear readers of some wise comments made two years ago (to the...
Spending on contraception campaigns often have a big return on investment and could save taxpayers more than $1 billion if used properly, according to a new study by the Brookings Institution. Among
As health information exchanges continue improve and expand, increased capacity no doubt will become an issue. Officials with Indiana's highly regarded health information exchange believe they have
Unintended pregnancies are a huge hit to the bottom line of the federal and state governments, costing at least $11 billion a year, reports the Wall Street Journal, most of which goes to clinics and
The high hopes that some medical device makers have for wireless patient monitoring technologies may get grounded--if aerospace giant Boeing gets its way. As General Electric, IBM, Royal Philips
Wireless and mobile technology represent "the new frontier in health innovations," as well as a great way of increasing access to care for millions of veterans, Rep. Michael F. Michaud (D-Maine) said
Mobile technologies, telehealth and even social networking sites are changing the face of disaster response. FierceMobileHealthcare, FierceEMR and FierceHealthIT have reported how iPhones and text
What if the entire healthcare system were mobile? Sure, there would still be hospitals and doctor's offices, but they wouldn't be the center of care. Instead, patients would monitor their own weight,