Aetna has placed technology at the center of its efforts to offer customers, partners and employees information anytime, anywhere, on any device, according to Rick Jeandell, chief technology officer of Aetna International.
Humana Chief Service & Information Officer Brian LeClaire explains four factors insurers need to deliver the next-gen customer experience.
Six U.S. senators are asking the U.S. Food and Drug Administration for greater transparency and clarification regarding regulatory review of mobile medical applications and want specific answers on a wide range of issues from rulemaking and establishment of standards to Congressional oversight.
Many health insurers view price as king, but consumers place more value on other factors of their health coverage, according to a PwC Health Research Institute survey.
WellPoint is no good at developing its own mobile applications, so it's going to let the experts handle the job from now on, the Wall Street Journal reported.
If you believe the marketing puffery put out by electronic medical record vendors these days, their applications running on smartphones and tablets are just what the doctor ordered. However, a...
Proliferating health apps are everywhere, it seems--even on a trek to Mount Everest. But diabetes-management apps pose particular problems for older users--a group most likely to need them, according to the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society.
Apparently the Millennials formed a secret Facebook group and voted: The 2012 London games have officially been re-named the "Social Olympics." (Sorry, but I refuse to call it the "Socialympics.") And maybe they have a point: Twitter reported there were more than 150 million mentions of the Olympics in 16 days.
The Defense Department has created a mobile app called LifeArmor to help military families develop coping skills and deal with common mental health concerns. LifeArmor takes content from DoD's...
If you want to get cynical about it, the healthcare insurance industry has the most to gain from getting--and keeping--Americans healthy. For them, engaging members in their own health isn't just the right thing to do. It's a financial imperative.