The third iteration of the iPad went on sale Friday morning in the US, greeted by the usual throngs of early adopters...at the company’s flagship 5th Ave. store — ground zero in New York — hundreds lined up for the new iPad, which reviewers have said introduces some powerful new processor and graphics features but lacks the “wow” factor of the two previous versions.
Palo Alto, California-based Jiff announced this week that it had raised $7.5 million in its first round of funding...The startup also announced that it had appointed former president and CEO of Robert Bosch Healthcare, Derek Newell, as its first CEO.
One of the broadest efforts to assess "mHealth" strategies is being made by dozens of faculty, staff and students in multiple departments at the Johns Hopkins University...The center aims to evaluate which strategies can aid doctors, community health workers and consumers in ways equal to other more traditional methods, such clinic visits or in-person coaching.
It’s been said that physicians will only adopt health IT – namely, electronic medical records – if their workload isn’t disrupted. The same can be said for those suffering from a chronic condition.
Government Health IT
Consumer Reports, the 76-year-old publication best known for its reviews of automobiles and refrigerators, is trying to galvanize the American public into protesting the way medical devices are approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration.