Wireless Network Can Monitor Breathing Rates
Wireless transceivers may help monitor breathing rates of surgery patients, adults with sleep apnea, and babies at risk of sudden infant death syndrome, according to a university study.
HHS Asks: R U Healthy?
Department of Health and Human Services task force issues recommendations for health text messaging on mobile phones.
Cloud Apps In The Real World
Not every clinical app is right for the cloud, but these two case studies offer some insights into what does work.
HIPAA Pain: How To Cope
Although providers worry about hugh fines for leaking patient data, keeping this information secure isn't that hard--but it soon will be.
How EHRs Feed The Clinical Research Pipeline
Natural language processing programs can now data mine e-records to help locate the best candidates for clinical trials. Several major healthcare organizations have taken notice.
Want Career Advancement? Try Health IT
The demand for health IT skills and experience is fueling career advancement and job opportunities at all levels, according to recruiters and hiring managers.
Is The Cloud Safe For Health Apps?
Some healthcare providers are still hesitant to put patient data and clinical apps in the cloud. Here's how they cope with their angst.
Most Health IT Pros Use Social Media
Health IT professionals are tapping into social media tools for marketing, for business development, for patient engagement, and for personal use, according to a Frost & Sullivan survey.
Can Health IT Fix The Evidence Gap?
It's impossible for clinicians to stay up to date on every medical innovation. But certain technologies and practices can help them stay current.