Solving America's Big Health Care Challenges With Big Data

I have type-1 diabetes. Along with almost 30 million other Americans, I manage my symptoms and wait for the next technological innovation that will help me live better. However, unlike most of my fellow patients, I work in the technology sector, so I have the privilege of watching ...

Booty mining medical devices market to be worth $9.7 billion by 2016

Yes, endoscopy devices are really useful. Less invasive than traditional surgical procedures, and with the addition of more things like 3D cameras, they will turn you inside and out. There's a lot of hidden financial booty for companies working their way up your booty.  

Open source safest for healthcare IT, study claims

Open source software is actually more secure than its often more expensive alternatives, say researchers at the University of Warwick and UCL Medical School.

Cuba launches Wikipedia rival

Fed up with the capitalist lies that permeate Wikipedia, the Cuban government has set up its own alternative.

Healthcare goes wireless

A growing number of consumers and physicians are expressing interest in the concept of tracking vital health signs with mobile devices.

Feds want better protection for healthcare data

US Senators Mark Pryor (D-AR) and Jay Rockefeller (D-WV) have moved to pass legislation that would ensure the "robust" protection of sensitive healthcare data.

Google: Healthcare and Haiti dominated 2010 tax search results

An analytics report compiled by Google indicates that topics such as healthcare and the devastating earthquake in Haiti dominated tax-related searches in 2010.