Top 10 Big Data Stories Of 2013
Big data equals big opportunity -- and a surplus of hype. Catch up on the big data articles that interested readers most in 2013.
8 Healthcare Startups Catch Fire
Here's a look at some of the most innovative healthcare startups and health apps featured at the NYeC Digital Health Conference and the Connected Health Symposium.
Many healthcare providers still donít get it: They refuse to fully secure protected health information against unauthorized access and authorized users who abuse their privileges.
In A Fever For Big Data
Healthcare orgs are relentlessly accumulating data, and a growing array of tools are becoming available to manage it.
Reform NSA, Tech Execs Tell Obama
Top leaders from Apple, AT&T, Facebook, Google, Microsoft, Yahoo meet with President Obama, urge him to "move aggressively" on US surveillance reforms.
9 Technologies That Matter In 2014
The future may be unwritten, but it's not entirely unknown. We look at nine areas of innovation and upcoming products to watch in 2014.
HealthCare.gov Leaders Play IT Blame Game
It's not fair to just point the finger at technology or its implementers when IT projects go bad. Let's talk about the business team that originally defined the project vision.
Cisco Brings Telemedicine Home
Cisco Extended Care aims to reach patients at home through chat, video appointments, a Web portal, and, later, app and device integration.
HIMSS Rates Hospitals' IT Maturity
In Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society's test to score hospitals' adoption and use of IT tools, only about 2% of US hospitals have achieved a top rating.
Microsoft Says Smart Bra Monitors Mood
Prototype device aims to warn wearers of triggers that lead to emotional overeating. Don't look for it in your next Victoria's Secret catalogue, however.
Hacking Electronic Health Records
How a dangerous security flaw discovered in one of the most pervasive electronic medical record platforms in the U.S. was found and fixed before it could do damage.