Experts discuss the many different applications of AI and how we can expect to interact with the technology in the field of medicine going forward.
As an ER doctor, Jay Baruch wears many hats. He’s a healer, listener, traffic director, and so much more during each shift. But in such a chaotic space, how can doctors maximize their time with patients?
It’s illegal for health insurers to use genetic testing to discriminate against policyholders. However, life insurers can and do discriminate on that basis if the test is in your medical file.
A new study finds that the active ingredient in antibacterial soaps can actually be making bacterial able to withstand medications. Then, a study suggests enlarged prostates appear to prevent colon cancer. And finally, using apps to chart your health and how these shadow health records can tip off a lot about your health to savvy data gatherers.
Big data is changing the world, but it’s been slow in coming to healthcare. An expert in healthcare IT explains how that’s changing and what it could mean to treatment.
Youth football before the age of 12 may be especially damaging to the brain, time consuming electronic health records, and more women than men are going to college.
Digital technology has revolutionized many industries, but medicine has lagged behind. One of the nation's most influential doctors discusses why the shift hasn't occurred yet, what the consequences are, and what it will take to bring health care technology to its full potential.