One of the world’s largest chip makers is helping to instigate a boom in wireless health devices.
Experts from Facebook and genetics labs team up to help doctors make personalized predictions about their patients.
There are wildly successful apps for mapping, sending e-mail, and catapulting birds. Why aren’t there any for health care?
What health care will look like after the information technology revolution.
Getting people to eat well and exercise is the biggest unsolved problem in health care.
Pushing around supply carts for miles, tending to plastic babies, and maintaining an ersatz operating theater are how one health-care giant figures out what saves money.
A simple, cheap way to measure eyesight may face resistance.
Patients are collaborating for better health — and, just maybe, radically reduced health-care costs.
Eric Topol is on a mission to get health care out of the mess it’s in.
In every industry but one, technology makes things better and cheaper. Why is it that innovation increases the cost of health care?