A newly released survey suggests that seniors by and large don’t want the government to have a say in their health care decisions.
An estimated 55 percent of Americans last year prescribed oral medications misused them on at least one occasion, a recent study found.
Using electronic prescription services can increase safety and make filling medications more convenient.
The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services recently released a caution and warning to all health care facilities around the country, urging them to be more vigilant about online cyberthreats.
Mobile technology use is growing in the healthcare industry.
Using an online patient portal program has great benefits for patients and providers alike.
Detailed record keeping and communication networks are essential in the healthcare industry to protect staff and patients alike.
Telehealth programs can connect doctors to patients in rural areas to give them better access to treatment they may not otherwise reach.
Hospital overhauls are on the rise as facilities work to combat high healthcare costs and building closures.
Will the Internet of Things, a burgeoning network of interconnected smart devices, help the healthcare sector rein in costs and, in the process, save lives?