Aetna Foundation President Garth Graham, M.D., views mHealth technology as a "powerful equalizer to spark change," especially because it has the potential to bring care to more people in more places.
A study published by researchers at California State Polytechnic University, Ponoma, that finds that certain Fitbit trackers are not accurate when it comes to heart rate monitoring is being called biased by the fitness wearables company.
As use of wearables in the workplace grows, concerns loom about the collection of private health information by employers.
Some health devices approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration for use in obstetrics and gynecology were based on clinical trials that were not rigorous enough, according to a study out of Northwestern Medicine.
Wearable vendors must develop and implement policies and procedures regarding data protection and security, as well as consumer privacy, before implementing research and development strategies, according to a recent report.
Text messages are an effective tool in identifying preeclampsia among postpartum women and can lead to treatments for patients earlier than traditional approaches.
A 12-count indictment against an engineer illustrates more needs to be done to protect and store healthcare data.
As Apple and Google take a greater role in healthcare innovation, telecom companies fall short of success in the industry.
Fitness devices are the leading wearable choice for consumers, though smartwatches are likely to take the top spot soon, according to a new PwC report.
In April, three government agencies came together to create an online tool that helps developers navigate all the federal regulations that could impact the devices and apps they create. The...