Remotely monitoring patients is an increasingly prevalent method of providing care, and a wealth of options have entered the market.
The COVID-19 pandemic rapidly accelerated the use of telehealth. Many in health care do not want to see regulations on virtual care snap back into place once the pandemic ends.
Advancing technology has changed the way we learn — with more people than ever turning to nontraditional sources for education.
The same technology that unlocks your cellphone could put patient privacy in jeopardy.
Digital communications platforms allow for more patient engagement — when patients are able and willing to use them.
Researchers at the National University of Singapore are creating innovative ways to improve communication with implantable devices. The researchers determined that a shirt printed with specially pattered conductive ink not only helps electronic devices more efficiently transmit wireless signals but also conserves battery life.
Tusker Medical’s Tubes Under Local Anesthesia (Tula) System recently gained approval from the FDA to be used as an alternative treatment for recurrent ear infections.
After a study of more than 200 pediatric patients yielded...
Nonemergency transportation system Uber Health partnered with Cerner in an agreement that will allow providers to schedule Uber rides for patients directly from Cerner’s EHR — a partnership that should help patients attend their appointments.
The goal of Uber Health is...
The use of technology enhances communication between a growing number of clinicians and their patients.
Market intelligence and strategic consulting firm Reports and Data expects the global ambulatory care service market to reach $113.06 billion by the year 2026. Reports and Data valued the ambulatory care...
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