An app that gets patients to pick up their phone without giving them your personal number.
Mobile technology has the capacity to improve your practice, specifically when it comes to tablet-based patient care.
Affecting real change with clinical or claims analytics isn’t about getting the right report, it’s about asking “How?” and “Why?”
As physicians, we tend to care for the wellbeing of others such as our patients or our family members. This app helps us help ourselves.
Searching for medical information via electronic records is great …when the data you need is in there.
Blockchain is one of the hottest words in cybersecurity. Best to know what it is.
A recent article in The New York Times pointed out how some tech advancements in medicine are done at the harm of patients.
A concierge doc shares his experiences with using chatbot technology as a way to provide patients more value.
Here are three guideline mobile apps that will help primary-care physicians get their jobs done.
The big health IT conference has finished. What did this editor learn from the annual show?