Technology
Scientists at the Stanford University School of Medicine and their collaborators followed a cohort of more than 100 people over several years, tracking the biology of what makes them them.
The Internet and social media have changed our world.
Your personal identity may fall at the mercy of sophisticated hackers on many websites, but when it comes to health data breaches, hospitals, doctors offices and even insurance companies are oftentimes the culprits.
I recently predicted that health data from electronic sources could soon be compiled into a health or wellness report and shared with insurance companies to help them determine who they’ll cover.
When it comes to understanding what makes people tick—and get sick—medical science has long assumed that the bigger the sample of human subjects, the better. New research suggests this big-data approach may be wildly off the mark.
In light of the increasingly aging population in Canada and advances in digital technology innovation in health care, a new study commissioned by Telus Health reveals those who would benefit most from health-care innovation are the least likely to adopt it.
More than ever, the success of an organization depends on its ability to prepare for change and predict which trends will make a major impact. The chiropractic industry is no different.
MONTREAL – Equipping students with the knowledge and tools to be able to demonstrate the value of chiropractic in multidisciplinary health care teams will help in advancing the profession as primary spine care experts.
ANN ARBOR, Mich. – Some footwear stores videotape a jogger's gait on a treadmill to help determine the kind of running shoe that would be the best fit. The University of Michigan is taking that practice a few steps beyond.
Multinational companies such as IBM, Nike and Facebook use "big data" to forecast trends, create marketing campaigns and enhance customer experience. In recent years, big data has changed the way we do business. No longer confined to large companies, businesses of all sizes use analytics to review, plan and execute marketing programs.Big data has become a big driver in digital health innovation.
The increasing consumer demand for patient-driven health care is demonstrating the need for chiropractors to continue to engage their patients on their terms. The focus of Canada's growing aging population has shifted from traditional health care to staying healthy through preventive measures. This subtle shift combined with patient demand to manage their own health care will continue to influence the way chiropractors connect and engage their patients.
CrowdReviews.com, a web-based platform for reviews and rankings of software vendors, has announced plans to start ranking chiropractic software companies.
Some doctors in the States are taking patient care to the next level by merging personal apps with electronic health records to better monitor patient progress and, hopefully, prevent a costly trip to the emergency department.
Public domain e-mail addresses have their place, but that place is not in your chiropractic office.
You’ve undoubtedly heard about the U.S. government’s domestic online surveillance programs.
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