Feds Launch Health IT Blog
Health and Human Services' Health IT Buzz blog covers security, regulatory, standards, and other issues.
Medicine Bottles Get Net Connection
A new pill bottle cap with a wireless Internet connection flashes when it's time to take a pill and even calls forgetful patients with reminders.
HP Pitches Thin Computing To SMBS -- But Are They Interested?
HP rolls out a raft of new thin client terminals -- some expected to cost less than $100 -- bolstered by new servers, new software, and new services. Will it be enough to convince SMBs that the time is finally right for thin computing to go mainstream in smaller companies?
Health Care IT Gets Personal
Analytics, decision-support, and an array of other health IT tools are helping advance the development of treatments tailored to individuals' needs.
How HP Plans To Rule The SMB World
Vowing to overcome past problems, HP unveils its latest not-so-secret plan for worldwide SMB domination. There's lots to like, but low prices don't seem to be the company's top priority.
Intel Unveils Reader For the Blind
The device, about the size of a paperback book, is designed for people who are blind, dyslexic, or have some other disability making it difficult for them to read.
Boom Times For Health IT Sector
The healthcare IT marketplace is growing by 11% annually, which will likely continue through 2013, says a study from Scientia Advisors.
Healthcare IT Career Tips
IT pros without clinical experience shouldn't rule out possible transitions into emerging healthcare IT jobs.