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.


UCLA Pursues Apps in Fight against Addictions

First Half of 2014 Tough on HIT Vendor Stocks

GWU Launches Mobile App for Public Health Students

Analytics, Population Health Dominate HIT Vendor News

FTC Warns About Data Broker Abuse of Consumer Health Data

UnitedHealthcare Releases Mobile App to Non-Members

API Provides Open Access to FDA Recall Data

CommuniCare Catches Wave of Cloud-Based EHR, Engagement Platform

First Half of 2014 Sees Unprecedented Digital Health Funding

Lawmakers Continue to Dog Agencies on HIT Regulatory Authority

HealthPartners Expands Online Clinics to More States

Novartis, Google Team on Smart Contact Lenses

What IBM-Apple Partnership Really Means for Businesses

Apple-IBM Partnership Brings Big Data, Analytics to iOS Platform

Inefficient Communications Cost $1.75M Per Hospital Annually

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