The Smart Case includes electronics and sensors to monitor the proximity, temperature, presence and removal, and expiration of auto-injectors.
With its expansion into the healthcare industry, Amazon has taken one more step towards total domination.
Partnerships between the healthcare community and the technology sector can strengthen the development of evidence-based, HIPAA-compliant, clinical resources.
Wearable activity monitors offer oncology care teams an unbiased glimpse into patients' health behaviors and improved reports on performance status.
Combined tele-case management and tele-consultation was the most effective form of telemedicine for improving asthma control.
Medical practice staff can effectively handle negative online reviews by staying calm and positive, looking for solutions, apologizing, and thanking the reviewers.
Data breaches can happen to small medical practices, but staff can take steps to prevent them.
Most mobile apps directed toward individuals with rheumatoid arthritis do not provide a comprehensive experience.
Appropriate and standardized regulation of mobile medical applications may enable faster adoption and integration of these technology platforms in the health care environment
cyber insurance covers losses and damages resulting from patient data being stolen, exposed, held for ransom, or improperly shared as a result of both deliberate actions, and accidents.
Information patients find online can be a great concern for oncology nurses, especially when a diagnosis has an uncertain prognosis. In this follow-up study, researchers in Boston sought to determine the quality of the online resources patients with cancer, particularly pancreas, are finding.
Lowering Default Pill Counts in EMRs May Effectively Reduce Postoperative Opioid Prescription NumbersAugust 22, 2018
Lowering the default number of opioid pills prescribed in an electronic medical record system can significantly decrease the amount of opioid medication prescribed after procedures.
Of the 14 families, 12 reported observing increased eye contact and greater social acuity in the children.
Both anecdotal reports from physicians and some government reports have found that few patients are actually using them.
Unsolicited notices to prescribers as part of prescription drug monitoring programs may not effectively reduce opioid use, as patients may seek other prescribers.
For physicians, podcasts are a unique way to expand your knowledge on a range of different medical topics.
The algorithm was designed to account for sperm survival, variation in cycle length, ovulation day, temperature fluctuations and the length of the follicular and luteal phases of the menstrual cycle.
A more appropriate term for "artificial intelligence" in medicine would be "augmented intelligence."
The promise of big data and predictive analytics to provide new predictive models and improve the practice of medicine must overcome 4 major hurdles before it can be considered of clinical value.
Discharge summaries demonstrated higher mean speech recognition error rates.
Researchers evaluated patient feedback and satisfaction scores of spine surgeons by using comments from 3 leading physician rating websites.
Additional codes have been approved by the Current Procedural Terminology (CPT) Editorial Panel for chronic care remote physiologic monitoring and internet consultations.
The FDA continues to battle the nation's opioid problem even as it looks to detect and prevent the next threat.
HerbList allows users to access information about the science of more than 50 popular herbs and herbal supplements, including kava, acai, ginkgo, turmeric, and others marketed for health purposes.
Virtual reality technology has been applied in cardiology-related education, preprocedural planning, intraprocedural visualization, and patient rehabilitation.
Despite concerns that the digital revolution in psychiatry might lessen the importance of interpersonal relationships between patient and clinician, digital apps have the potential to make the therapeutic alliance even more powerful.
The Dip.io kit works in tandem with existing smartphone cameras and a dedicated app.
Patients are increasingly recording physician visits on their phones, should physicians do the same.
With the explosion of big data and its use in human biomedical research comes the possibility of unauthorized parties accessing data and potentially re-identifying de-identified personal information.
Use of electronic health record tools in isolation improves medication reconciliation but does not improve systolic blood pressure among patients with hypertension.