Since news first broke of the coronavirus outbreak, China’s government has received a massive number of donations from the public and various healthcare organizations—but the distribution of those donations has been disorganized.

A new virtual reality (VR) experience lets users see the world through the eyes of someone with Alzheimer’s disease.

Blockchain technology can play a key role in the management of medical records, according to a new commentary published in npj Digital Medicine.

Voice assistant systems such as Amazon Alexa and Google Home may soon be able to identify signs of cognitive impairment.

Some operators answering calls to 000, Australia’s national emergency number, will soon have AI technology helping them identify signs of cardiac arrest over the phone.

Sony Electronics has received FDA clearance for its NUCLeUS Operating Room, Imaging Management and Collaboration Control platform. 

Researchers from Yale School of Medicine are collaborating with Foretell Reality to study how virtual reality-based group therapy sessions impact cancer patients. 

Eko has received FDA clearance for AI algorithms that identify signs of heart murmurs and atrial fibrillation (AFib) during a routine physical exam.

AppliedVR, a Los Angeles-based virtual reality (VR) company, has announced a new research project focused on improving care for Medicaid patients and other vulnerable populations. 

Both virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR) are on their way to playing key roles in the delivery of healthcare—but AR may have the brighter future.

AI’s potential impact on healthcare is largely measured in patient outcomes, cost savings and workflow improvements, but the technology could also be used to rid the world of some of its most shocking behavior: the devastating practice of modern slavery.

The concept of healthcare providers working with AI technologies still worries some patients.