A growing number of applications are designed for portable devices used by clinicians. Stories here cover trends in how mobile technology is used in the health care setting, the benefits and pitfalls of various device types, and what the future holds for application development.


Seniors Ready for Online Health, Provider Capabilities Lag Behind

Chronic Disease Management Adherence Mixed Using mHealth Tools

NIH Launches Wearable Alcohol Biosensor Challenge

Is Healthcare's Future Going Mobile?

Weill Cornell, Sloan Kettering Launch Personalized Breast Cancer Site

FTC Takes Marketers of Melanoma Apps to Task for Unsupported Claims

CDS-Enabled App Aids Nurse Diagnosis of Common Conditions

Cancer Portal Offers Patients Single Sign-On

FCC, FDA to Host Public Workshop on Wireless Medical Test Beds

Parents Can Check on NICU Babies via iPad

Academy of Pediatrics Offers Free Health Tracker App

UnitedHealthcare App Lets Customers Pay by Phone

Mobile Stroke Unit Saves Time, More Effective

USAID Grant Funds Wireless Monitoring of Ebola Patients

Social Media Promotion Does Not Boost Journal Article Visibility

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