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Predictive Analytics, Wearables Data Driving EHR Growth
Jessica Davis,  Senior Editor, Enterprise Apps
News
Electronic health records may not be new, but they are gaining strong adoption. That's driven by trends such as integration with predictive analytics systems and telemedicine.
By Jessica Davis Senior Editor, Enterprise Apps, 7/6/2016
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IBM Watson Health Tackles Diabetes
Jessica Davis,  Senior Editor, Enterprise Apps
News
IBM Watson Health is teaming with the American Diabetes Association to apply cognitive computing to the ADA's 66 years worth of research and data. The results will be used to help entrepreneurs, developers, healthcare providers, and patients learn more about diabetes, prevention, complications, and care.
By Jessica Davis Senior Editor, Enterprise Apps, 6/15/2016
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Wearables At Work: 9 Security Steps Worth Taking
Lisa Morgan, Freelance Writer
News
Wearables are finding their way into organizations, whether or not IT departments are prepared to deal with them. As the number of endpoints continues to grow, so does the potential for hacks. These nine pointers will help you prepare your organization to keep ahead of threats.
By Lisa Morgan Freelance Writer, 6/6/2016
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Penn Medicine: Using Data To Save Patient Lives
Curtis Franklin Jr., Executive Editor, Technical Content
News
Penn Signals is a system that uses existing data from electronic health records to perform real-time predictive analysis of heart failure patients. The goal? Penn Medicine wanted to place patients in proper risk groups and assign them to cardiology resources in order to get them the best care and improve their outcomes. This work earned the company the No. 4 spot in the 2016 InformationWeek Elite 100.
By Curtis Franklin Jr. Executive Editor, Technical Content, 5/2/2016
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Apple CareKit Launches With 4 Healthcare Apps
Michelle Maisto, Freelance Writer
News
Apple CareKit technology is now available to developers through GitHub, and to consumers through four updated applications -- Iodine, One Drop, Glow Nurture, and Glow Baby -- from startups Apple spent the last month working with.
By Michelle Maisto Freelance Writer, 4/28/2016
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CrescentCare CIO: How Analytics Improves Patient Outcomes
Jessica Davis,  Senior Editor, Enterprise Apps
News
CrescentCare Health in New Orleans has expanded beyond its original charter as the NO/AIDS Task Force to serve the broader community. CIO Seema Gai is leading the charge to incorporate data analytics to improve patient outcomes.
By Jessica Davis Senior Editor, Enterprise Apps, 3/23/2016
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iPhone SE, Smaller iPad Pro Unveiled: Up Close Look
Kelly Sheridan, Associate Editor, InformationWeek
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Apple unveiled smaller, cheaper versions of the iPhone and iPad Pro during its March 21 event. Execs also demoed iOS 9.3 and updates to tvOS and Apple Watch. Get a closer look.
By Kelly Sheridan Associate Editor, InformationWeek, 3/22/2016
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Toyota Develops Wearable Mobility Device For The Blind
Nathan Eddy, Freelance Writer
News
Project BLAID is dedicated to helping blind and visually impaired people navigate via a device worn around the shoulders.
By Nathan Eddy Freelance Writer, 3/8/2016
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Google Glass Sharpens Focus On The Enterprise
Dawn Kawamoto, Freelance Writer and Editor
Commentary
Signs point to a sharper focus on the enterprise as Google Glass 2 designs surface and Google's consumer social media accounts for Glass shut down.
By Dawn Kawamoto Freelance Writer and Editor, 1/26/2016
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IoT 2016: 13 Hot Trends For Business
Curtis Franklin Jr., Executive Editor, Technical Content
News
We've identified 13 noteworthy Internet of Things trends that will make a difference to your business -- and your life -- this year and beyond.
By Curtis Franklin Jr. Executive Editor, Technical Content, 1/20/2016
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10 Medical-Device Wearables To Improve Patients' Lives
Dawn Kawamoto, Freelance Writer and Editor
News
Wearable medical devices have expanded from hearing aids to everything from heartbeat monitors to pain management. Here are 10 medical wearables worth watching.
By Dawn Kawamoto Freelance Writer and Editor, 1/12/2016
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9 Reasons Why Personalized Marketing Still Isn't Accurate
Lisa Morgan, Freelance Writer
News
Personalization efforts have served as a vanguard for big data at many organizations. But some of these programs still fall short. Here's a closer look at what's going wrong. Does your enterprise fit these profiles?
By Lisa Morgan Freelance Writer, 1/8/2016
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10 Healthcare Wearables, Devices Dominating CES
Kelly Sheridan, Associate Editor, InformationWeek
News
This year's wearables go beyond basic step counting to measure core health data such as blood pressure, vision quality, and body temperature. At CES 2016, InformationWeek got up close and personal with the latest wave of health-centric devices.
By Kelly Sheridan Associate Editor, InformationWeek, 1/7/2016
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CES 2016: Sneak Peek At Emerging Trends
Curtis Franklin Jr., Executive Editor, Technical Content
Commentary
After walking around a crowded ballroom for a couple of hours checking out gadgets of all shapes, sizes, and functionality, here are the major trends I saw coming together at the event that are likely to have long-term impact on our lives and businesses.
By Curtis Franklin Jr. Executive Editor, Technical Content, 1/5/2016
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Healthcare IT: Hot Trends For 2016, Part 2
Esther Schindler, Writer and Translator
News
In the second of this two-part series on healthcare IT, we look at the influx of healthcare data and what it will mean for practitioners and IT professionals. In part one, we explored the ways in which advances in patient-focused data collection, wearables, and the Internet of Things will change how doctors and patients communicate.
By Esther Schindler Writer and Translator, 12/31/2015
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Healthcare IT: Hot Trends For 2016, Part 1
Esther Schindler, Writer and Translator
News
In the first of this two-part series on healthcare IT, we look at the ways in which advances in patient-focused data collection, wearables, and the Internet of Things will change how doctors and patients communicate. In the second part, we look at the influx of healthcare data, and what it will mean for practitioners and IT professionals.
By Esther Schindler Writer and Translator, 12/30/2015
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Fitbit App Dominates iOS Downloads
Jessica Davis,  Senior Editor, Enterprise Apps
News
If downloads of the Fitbit mobile app are any indication, lots of people received a fitness tracker this holiday season. The Fitbit app hit No. 1 in Apple's app store on Dec. 25 and has remained in the top spot ever since.
By Jessica Davis Senior Editor, Enterprise Apps, 12/29/2015
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Google Life Sciences Rebranded 'Verily' Under Alphabet
Kelly Sheridan, Associate Editor, InformationWeek
News
Verily, formerly known as Google Life Sciences division, aims to use technology to understand and improve human health.
By Kelly Sheridan Associate Editor, InformationWeek, 12/8/2015
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10 Hot Smartwatches, Fitness Trackers For Your Holiday Gift List
Kelly Sheridan, Associate Editor, InformationWeek
News
Wearable tech gadgets, such as smartwatches, are popular must-haves on holiday shopping lists. Here, we take a closer look at this season's best picks from Apple, LG, and Fitbit.
By Kelly Sheridan Associate Editor, InformationWeek, 12/2/2015
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6 Ways Big Data Is Driving Personalized Medicine Revolution
David Wagner, Executive Editor, Community & IT Life
News
Researchers are poised to make huge advances in medicine, particularly in how we treat cancer and arthritis. See how big data and IT are contributing.
By David Wagner Executive Editor, Community & IT Life, 11/12/2015
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