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  1. Study Finds New Potential For Wearables
    2/6/2017

    Detection of diseases and managing care are among the potential uses of health trackers. By Christine Kern, contributing writer

  2. Employees Ready For Wearables At Work, Study Finds
    12/2/2016

    Jiff data shows there is great promise for the inclusion of wearable devices in the workplace. By Christine Kern, contributing writer

  3. Report Predicts Medical Robot Shipments Will Triple By 2021
    12/1/2016

    Revenues for surgical, rehabilitation, and hospital robots will reach $2.8 billion in the same time span. By Christine Kern, contributing writer

  4. How Wearables Can Help With Elder Care
    11/7/2016

    The future of an untapped market for healthcare. By Christine Kern, contributing writer

  5. Chronic Care Coordination And Management Just Got Easier
    10/25/2016

    Partnership integrates industry-leading guidelines with a care management application. By Christine Kern, contributing writer

  6. PA Patient Safety Authority Leverages Analytics To Address Medical Errors
    9/28/2016

    Adopting SAS Analytics has helped Pennsylvania use data to protect patients from medical errors. By Christine Kern, contributing writer

  7. Partnership Focuses On Improving Post-Acute Care
    8/25/2016

    Predictive analytics and risk stratification help enhance quality of care and improve outcomes. By Christine Kern, contributing writer

  8. Predictive Analytics Can Help Coordinate Care
    8/23/2016

    Medalogix founder Dan Hogan weighs in on the role of predictive analytics. By Christine Kern, contributing writer

  9. Low Income Patients, Seniors, Not Using Digital Health
    8/18/2016

    According to two recent studies, certain populations are not being reached by digital health including senior citizens and low income patients. By Katie Wike, contributing writer

  10. CMS Final Rule Pulls Kill-Switch On Two-Midnight Rule
    8/12/2016

    The 2017 finalized Medicare payment rates permanently remove the two-midnight rule adjustments. By Christine Kern, contributing writer