It sucks when your Wi-Fi goes down. Sometimes you can’t load YouTube, sometimes you can’t post on Facebook, sometimes you can’t look up that patient’s file to make sure they’re not allergic to the drug you’re about to pump in them.
Augmented reality is finding a new home in the operating room, where it’s helping doctors perform tough surgeries.
The latest startup to bring much-needed transparency to health care costs? NerdWallet, a company that is best-known for its credit card comparison service.
LendUp and Corduro have developed a new system to help people in need pay their medical bills.
Guest Post Google Glass for health care will remain a concept — rather than a practice — until developers gain a better understanding of the medical environment.
The AgilTrac Real-Time Location System will allow hospitals to make sure doctors, nurses, and other workers are washing their hands enough.
It sucks when your PC gets clogged with viruses, slows to crawl, and generally makes your life miserable. But what if it put your life in danger? With medical facilities all around the United States running outdated software that can’t install new security patches, that very well may become the case.