Apple, first with the iPhone and then the iPad, has "accidentally" revolutionized healthcare, so argues a blog post on The Motley Fool financial website. Although it was not Steve Job's...
While interoperability was one of the more dominant themes at the Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society's annual conference in New Orleans last week, it was far from the only topic of discussion.
The battle between tablet computer manufacturers is heating up in the mobile healthcare market. In the latest salvo, Dell announced yesterday the launch of its new Latitude 10 tablet with enhanced...
In a recent post to his Life as a Healthcare CIO blog, John Halamka, CIO of Beth Israel Deaconess Memorial Center, offered his insight into mobile device use at Harvard Medical School. The biggest takeaway: Get ready for more native mobile apps.
By Julie Bird In a report released last May, the Washington, D.C.-based Brookings Institution's Center for Technology Innovation said more than 40,000 mobile health applications are available...
The global market for clothing and accessories with embedded health-monitoring gadgets such as heart rate monitors and running speed sensors is expected to grow to 170 million devices by 2017, according to a new market study by GigaOM Pro.
Apple's iPad is just as accurate as a DICOM calibrated secondary-class monitor for reviewing MRI images, according to research featured in the August edition of the journal Academic Radiology .
Between last month's announcement that Microsoft is preparing for the launch of its Surface tablet and Fujitsu's announcement yesterday of the release of its Stylistic Q702 tablet, it seems as if the tablet wars are entering a new era. How it all plays out in the healthcare industry will be interesting to watch.
Healthcare entrepreneur Sonny Vu wants to plant sensors in everyday objects that people put on their bodies without thinking--socks, underwear, wallet, etc., and remove the "intentionality" out of recording one's basic health metrics.
Trying to decide which mobile platforms to support at your hospital? Put Android at the top of your list. iPhones and iPads may be getting all the media attention when it comes to healthcare, but