Connected Care

Amazon Web Services (AWS) is adding to its list of HIPAA eligible machine-learning services.

A UK-based technology company has created a new digital health platform that uses machine learning to help predict a user’s health conditions.

In the era of AI and machine learning, it’s no surprise clinical decision support systems (CDSSs) are becoming more available to clinicians. However, there are several ways to make CDSSs more transparent, easier to use, and based on peer-reviewed scientific evidence.

Ada Health is using its AI-powered medical app to improve healthcare access for underserved people around the world.

Physicians with WellSpan Health, a Pennsylvania-based healthcare system, will now have access to a smartphone application that uses artificial intelligence to help people with diabetes.

Nearly 90 percent of hospitals are able to electronically share patient records with outside sources, according to the latest analysis by the Office of the National Coordinator (ONC) for Health Information Technology.

Medtronic's personal therapy application that helps patients who suffer from chronic pain was recently approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA).

Thanks to the rising popularity of smart watches, heart monitors and wearables, the technology was recently ranked as the top fitness trend for 2019.

Facebook posts can be very telling, as one recent study revealed an algorithm could predict depression in patients based on their posts with a fair amount of accuracy. 

An FDA-cleared virtual physical therapy platform is cheaper and just as effective as traditional therapy treatment, according to a recent study.

The Sequoia Project is planning to host an interoperability forum dedicated to addressing the most pressing challenges regarding information sharing in healthcare.

Patients tend to like video telehealth visits with their doctors, according to researchers from Kaiser Permanente, who wrote a letter to the New England Journal of Medicine about recent survey results.