Adherence to timing and dosing of insulin injections can be objectively measured using Bluetooth-enabled pen caps.
The integration of technology into medicine has expanded into various uses in patients with Parkinson disease.
Kognito, a health simulation company, is applying its simulation technology to patient education, to address a gap in patient knowledge.
Researchers from the American Society of Breast Surgeons outlined recommendations for genetic testing that medical professionals can use for assessing hereditary risk for breast cancer.
Physicians must consider the challenges associated with using facial recognition technology in healthcare settings.
For decades, clinicians and researchers have been interested in seeing what role computers can play in complex clinical decision making.
Widespread improvements in digital communication, hardware, and software have resulted in positive changes in the healthcare technology landscape.
The t:slim X2 pump is up to 38% smaller than other insulin pumps and can hold up to 300 Units of insulin.
Compared with the reference standard, the hybrid deep learning-enhanced device’s sensitivity/specificity was 100/97.8% for vision-threatening diabetic retinopathy.
Artificial intelligence software can predict prognosis in epithelial ovarian cancer above established prognostic methods.
Some of my oncology nurse colleagues give patients their personal cell phone numbers. Sometimes I feel like I’m the odd one for not giving my number when patients ask if they can text me. Am I behind the times?
Clinical support tools, such as mobile apps, are becoming a regular part of patients’ medical experience.
Machine learning algorithms using large datasets may be utilized to accurately estimate prognosis and guide therapy for patients with adult congenital heart disease.
A text-messaging bot is effective for increasing patient engagement after primary total knee or hip arthroplasty.
Facebook’s recent suicide prevention efforts have sparked debate in the public health community.
Research pathologists have developed and implemented a real-time Internet report to track influenza cases across hospital settings.
The information provided by electronic health record (EHR) data may provide sufficient risk prediction capabilities without the inclusion of social factors.
Virtual video visits can effectively replace office visits for selected patients across medical specialties without sacrificing quality of care or patient-physician communication.
The uEXPLORER combines positron emission tomography (PET) with X-ray computed tomography (CT) allowing for imaging of the entire body at the same time.
To shed light on issues of cybersecurity in medical practices, MPR spoke to Michael J Sacopulos, JD, CEO of Medical Risk Institute (MRI), a firm that provides “proactive counsel” to the healthcare community to identify where liability risks originate and to reduce or remove those risks.