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Legal victory moves medical device patients one small step closer to full access to their data (Oct 2015)

Legal victory moves medical device patients one small step closer to full access to their data (Oct 2015)

Towers Watson expects a 68% increase in the number of employers offering #telemedicine in 2015. http://www.towerswatson.com/en/Press/2014/08/current-telemedicine-technology-could-mean-big-savings #wearables

Towers Watson expects a 68% increase in the number of employers offering #telemedicine in 2015. http://www.towerswatson.com/en/Press/2014/08/current-telemedicine-technology-could-mean-big-savings #wearables

Over the next decade, the amount that the US spends on healthcare is expected to double. Our aging population is propelling that amount. And technology is changing the way healthcare is provided, administered, and communicated.

Over the next decade, the amount that the US spends on healthcare is expected to double. Our aging population is propelling that amount. And technology is changing the way healthcare is provided, administered, and communicated.

Top 20 Medical Records Software Solutions. Catholic Health Partners is implementing Epic and branding as CarePATH

Top 20 Most Popular EMR Software Solutions [INFOGRAPHIC]

Top 20 Medical Records Software Solutions. Catholic Health Partners is implementing Epic and branding as CarePATH

The stem cells, called mesenchymal stem cells (MSCs), have the ability to seek out damaged cells, investigators say, such as those involved in cancer, and may provide clinicians a new tool for accessing difficult-to-reach parts of the brain where cancer cells can hide and proliferate. Harvesting these stem cells from fat is less invasive and less expensive than getting them from bone marrow, a more commonly studied method, researchers

Stem cells from fat show promise in treatment of brain cancer

The stem cells, called mesenchymal stem cells (MSCs), have the ability to seek out damaged cells, investigators say, such as those involved in cancer, and may provide clinicians a new tool for accessing difficult-to-reach parts of the brain where cancer cells can hide and proliferate. Harvesting these stem cells from fat is less invasive and less expensive than getting them from bone marrow, a more commonly studied method, researchers

What Are a Hospital's Costs? Utah System Is Trying to Learn - NYTimes.com (Sept 2015)

What Are a Hospital’s Costs? Utah System Is Trying to Learn

What Are a Hospital's Costs? Utah System Is Trying to Learn - NYTimes.com (Sept 2015)

Who will care for us in the future? Watch out for the rise of the robots | Madeleine Bunting | Opinion | The Guardian 2016

Who will care for us in the future? Watch out for the rise of the robots

Who will care for us in the future? Watch out for the rise of the robots | Madeleine Bunting | Opinion | The Guardian 2016

New nanotechnology approach could transform gliomas from death sentence into treatable condition  (Dec 2015)

New nanotechnology approach could transform gliomas from death sentence into treatable condition (Dec 2015)

Under siege, drug makers ready their counterpunch (Globe, Nov 2015)

Under siege, drug makers ready their counterpunch

An Apple relay will keep your doctor's fears allayed. That's the plan, at least, behind the company's growing health care strategy: To use the Apple HealthKit platform to collect real-time data from iPhones, the soon-to-be-released Apple Watch, and other devices — and connect it to hospitals, doctors, and your electronic medical records. More [...]

Apple's New Plan For Healthcare: The Doctor Will Track You Now

An Apple relay will keep your doctor's fears allayed. That's the plan, at least, behind the company's growing health care strategy: To use the Apple HealthKit platform to collect real-time data from iPhones, the soon-to-be-released Apple Watch, and other devices — and connect it to hospitals, doctors, and your electronic medical records. More [...]

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