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.


Genomics Database Gets a Patient Portal

IT Vendors Come Together to Battle against Ebola

CHE Trinity Health, Sharecare Launch Engagement Platform

Practice Fusion Launches Tablet-Native EHR

Johns Hopkins Medicine Leads Online Ebola Learning Module Development

Free App Tracks Steps, Facilitates Meditation

Frontier-AT&T Deal in Connecticut includes VA Telehealth Pilot

Baltimore Launches Mobile TB Care Adherence Pilot

CHIME Adds CTOs and CAOs to its Ranks

Consumers Willing to Share Wearable Data for Break on Insurance Rate

Mobile EHR Users More Satisfied Than Desktop, Laptop Users

Mobile Tool to Provide Early Warning of Declining Health

Walgreens, Henry Ford Health Contest Seeks Engagement Apps

API Offers Ability to Target Ebola with EHR App

Leveraging Three Tiers of Health Data

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