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mHealth May Hold The Key To Stage 3 Adoption

Chuck Parker | mHIMSS | January 22, 2013

At least two health phenomena are common to all humanity: the experience of health (or illness) and the continual need for health vigilance. In spite of these constants, healthcare has historically been “delivered” in a series of isolated events rather than integrated into daily life and shared between patients and doctors. Read More »

Modem To Improve African Net Access

Jane Wakefield | BBC News | June 11, 2013

A modem designed specifically for Africa has been announced at the TEDGlobal conference in Edinburgh. Read More »

Modem To Improve African Net Access Launched By Ushahidi

Cleopa Timon Otieno | Telecentre | June 13, 2013

A modem designed specifically for Africa has been announced at the TEDGlobal conference in Edinburgh. Read More »

One Big HIE Hurdle Still Stands

Anthony Brino | Government Health IT | November 11, 2013

Interoperability among disparate systems continues to be one of the biggest challenges facing health information exchanges today, according to the findings of a new industry survey. Read More »

Online, Off The Grid: The Promising New Tech Tool About To Hit African Markets

Jacey Fortin | International Business Times | June 12, 2013

An African tech company is gearing up to unleash a brand new tool that will help people across the continent get connected to the Internet, even in the most remote places. Read More »

Open Source Has Changed Everything

Samuel Greengard | CIO Insight | February 21, 2014

In today's world of increasingly connected homes, connected machines and connected devices, any IT leader who can't grasp an open source mindset is doomed to fail. Read More »

Peering Into The Soft Underbelly Of Net Neutrality

April Glaser and Seth Schoen | Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) | February 19, 2014

The net neutrality fight is moving in new directions, and quickly. Today FCC Chair Tom Wheeler announced that the FCC would press forward with new “Open Internet” rules, undeterred by last month’s court decision striking down most of the old ones. Last week, Comcast and Time Warner Cable announced plans to merge. [...] Read More »

Sub-Saharan African Countries Club Together To Speed Up Mobile Rollouts, Smooth Spectrum Use

Adam Oxford | ZDNet | September 13, 2013

A new cross-border group will meet regularly to discuss spectrum allocation, digital inclusion and increasing the pace of high-speed mobile network deployments. Read More »

The State Of LTE 4G Networks Worldwide In 2014 And The Poor Performance Of The US

Charlie Osborne | ZDNet | February 21, 2014

You might be surprised to hear that while the U.S.'s average 4G speeds are among the worst in the world, the quickest you can find is from a Brazilian operator. Read More »

Usability Failures Heat Up EHR Replacement Market, Black Book Rankings Survey

Press Release | Black Book Rankings (BBRs) | July 18, 2013

Black Book resurveyed nearly 3,000 EHR users seeking a replacement system in the second quarter of 2013 to assess the impact of usability issues and physician practice satisfaction in the "Year of the Great EHR Switch." Read More »

What Firefox OS Means For You

Staff Writer | The Den | July 12, 2013

Firefox recently announced that Firefox OS phones are now available! (As of this post, in Spain and Poland.) Read More »

What Is Moving National Health Information Exchange Forward?

Kyle Murphy | EHR Intelligence | February 3, 2014

[...] The eHealth Exchange (née the Nationwide Health Information Network Exchange) has come a long way from its earliest beginnings as an initiative spurred on by the Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology (ONC) to recent developments which saw it spun off into its own public-private partnership run by Healtheway. Read More »

Why We Should Build A National Internet System Under The National Highway System

Eric Jaffe | The Atlantic Cities | August 21, 2013

Earlier this month, The Daily Yonder, a well-named site about life in rural America, brought us this unsettling map of broadband availability, or lack thereof, in the country's remote counties: Read More »

Pistoia Alliance US Conference 2017

Event Details
October 10, 2017 - 9:00am - 9:00pm
Hilton Boston Back Bay
40 Dalton St
Boston, MA 02115
United States

The Pistoia Alliance US Conference 2017 is a free one-day conference put on by the Pistoia Alliance. This year's theme is "Lab of the Future" and will focus on how advances in automation, connectivity, machine learning, augmented reality, quantum computing, and blockchain are affecting clinical outcomes data and research data and diminishing the boundaries between hospitals, research laboratories, clinics, and ambulatory care...

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