August 29, 2014
Progress, power and glimpses of the future are on display among readers' favorite articles from the warmest months. Read More

New on mHealth News

August 29, 2014
Our weekly series continues with the CEO of AirStrip, a front-runner in the development of mobile health monitoring tools and platforms. More
August 28, 2014
Cybercriminals are looking at mobile apps and devices as a way into hospitals' IT networks. Here's a look at what to know and do to prevent it from... More
August 28, 2014
Because it's getting trickier to secure all those app and to tell legitimate ones from malware, the National Institute of Standards and Technology is... More
August 27, 2014
AliveCor's new mobile solution enables consumers to check their heart health at any time -- and connect with a doctor if there's a sign of trouble. More
August 27, 2014
HIMSS Media and Healthcare IT News are diving into this hot topic during a two-day conference next month in Boston. More
August 26, 2014
Backed by a federal grant, a team of researchers at Cornell University is developing smartphone-based mHealth tools to tackle vitamin deficiency, stress and... More
August 25, 2014
The revised ruling creates an 'MBAN coordinator' who will help healthcare providers manage their wireless spectrum needs for mobile sensors. More
August 25, 2014
With all the talk about patient engagement these days, one question lingers in the background: Just how much influence can -- or should -- a doctor have on... More
August 22, 2014
Two distinct federal policies are intersecting to drive new models of patient engagement, riding on the back of mobile health tools. More
August 22, 2014
If you're dealing with personal health information and mobile devices, it's important to have a good identity and access management solution in place. More
Events & Conferences

By Eric Wicklund Andrey Ostrovsky will talk about the challenging process of transferring a patient from the... More

By Eric Wicklund The fashion world is taking notice of mHealth. But is that a good thing? More

By Keith Tyson Although awareness of potential threats has greatly increased, many healthcare organizations are... More

White Papers and Webinars
Bring Your Own Demons BYOD The proliferation of mobile devices in the hands of both clinicians and consumers is giving hospital IT administrators headaches. How do you separate the sensitive information from the family photos and Solitaire apps? Do you ban personal devices altogether? It's a phenomenon with no easy answer.
A panel of experts says healthcare organizations should embrace medical devices in a tech-savvy way, instead of as a security risk. And stop using those ...More
Advice for making sure the Bring Your Own Device trend is a friend, rather than a foe, of effective healthcare.More
A two-year-old startup believes it can, by creating a virtual sandbox that separates and secures enterprise apps on the device.More
Speaking at this week's HIMSS Privacy and Security Forum in Boston, Kevin Johnson of Secure Ideas said those popular "bring your own device" policies might ...More
A recent survey by Coalfire indicates neither employers nor their employees are all that concerned about protecting data on mobile devices -- and that's a ...More
A Colorado health system adds a communication platform to its devices, and finds that clinician buy-in is best if new tools are added gradually.More
Speaking at the AHIMA convention in Atlanta, a doctor shares a glimpse inside his mobile toolkit, and offers advice about working the devices into your ...More
Think a hacked pacemaker killing its user is only good for TV? You might want to read a recent story in Wired.More
In today's mobile-friendly culture, few people think twice before pulling out their phone or tablet to take a picture. Recently, this cultural affinity for mobile ...More
In an interview with New Media Producer Benjamin Harris, Brent Lang, Vocera's president and COO, offers a few tips for healthcare providers diving into the ...More
Joseph Johnson of W Squared explains why mi-fi surpasses wi-fi in making sure that mobile devices are protecting valuable health information.More