Top 10 healthcare wearables to watch March 10, 2017By Donna MarburyInnovation in healthcare wearables continues to drive market growth. Four tech trends in healthcare in 2017 February 06, 2017By Aine CrytsSeveral changes and transitions will have a huge impact on health IT in 2017 and in future years. Automated health tracking boosts patient engagement, study shows January 07, 2017By Tracey WalkerConnected devices and apps eliminating the need for manual tracking drive better long-term engagement in healthy activities, a study from Walgreens and Scripps Translational Science, shows. Leveraging data integration to manage chronic conditions July 05, 2016By Drew SchillerIs digital health integration the missing link in understanding chronic diseases and what should physicians be asking to ensure the data they want to receive is captured effectively? Think bigger when measuring remote monitoring effectsRemote monitoring studies are missing the mark when assessing the value of the technology. Here’s why. Integrating IoT devices into healthcare June 20, 2016By Ralph BurnsIntegrating IoT devices within healthcare systems allows professionals and individuals to have access to new health-related data used for informed, personalized healthcare applications and situations. Remote monitoring of diabetics: Applications and reimbursement June 18, 2016By Karen AppoldHere’s how remote monitoring works to improve diabetic patient care, and a look at whether payers are paying for it. Effective patient messaging drives higher value healthcare June 10, 2016By Robert OscarMedication non-adherence is a growing issue for patients, physicians and health plans. Here’s one effective solution. Plans can use tech to meet new ACA counseling requirementsAn expansion of the ACA requires health plans to cover a new preventive service: Regular nutritional counseling for millions of overweight Americans with other health risks. Will wearables and healthcare ever sync? May 03, 2016By Donna MarburyThough technology companies are continuing to innovate in the wearable field, healthcare organizations are slow to adapt.