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July 24, 2015 AT 1:49 AM | Jeff Rowe, Editor, Future Care
Apps developed under the ResearchKit framework may advance medical research, but concerns about privacy and security remain. READ MORE
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July 24, 2015 AT 1:31 AM | Jeff Rowe, Editor, Future Care
Virtualization makes data access easier for the end user and more manageable for IT while supporting data governance policies. READ MORE
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empty hospital beds
July 24, 2015 AT 1:29 AM | Jeff Rowe, Editor, Future Care
Increasingly, providers need to utilize CDS capabilities to show progress toward improving clinical outcomes, reducing unnecessary testing and avoiding unnecessary hospitalizations. READ MORE
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July 24, 2015 AT 1:27 AM | Jeff Rowe, Editor, Future Care
Some doctors worry that with meaningful use and EHRs, there's been a shift in medicine away from physicians acting as clinical decision makers toward being "data miners." READ MORE
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twitter birds
July 17, 2015 AT 8:29 PM | Jeff Rowe, Editor, Future Care
Join us on Wednesday, July 22, at 12 Noon EST as we consider the myriad challenges of ensuring seamless care. READ MORE
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smartphone technology
July 17, 2015 AT 2:58 AM | Jeff Rowe, Editor, Future Care
Researchers noted that while they could show a correlation between certain behaviors and depression, the study didn't account for other potential links such as chronic illness. READ MORE
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smartphone connections
July 17, 2015 AT 2:56 AM | Jeff Rowe, Editor, Future Care
Devices that connect directly also save time for providers still unfamiliar with new IT. READ MORE
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Hand squeezing a stress ball
July 17, 2015 AT 2:14 AM | Jeff Rowe, Editor, Future Care
The tool could give many more patients access to pioneering new pain management technology. READ MORE
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July 17, 2015 AT 2:13 AM | Jeff Rowe, Editor, Future Care
The survey found that nearly 60 percent of CXOs are or soon will be using "experience data" to determine patient satisfaction. READ MORE
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cloud security
July 10, 2015 AT 12:15 AM | Jeff Rowe, Editor, Future Care
Unlike credit card fraud, medical data theft can go undetected for months or even years. READ MORE
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