The use of social media has exploded over the last few years. Facebook alone has more than 1.2 billion users. Social media is increasingly being used as an enterprise communication and marketing...
Venture capital firms are pouring money into healthcare IT, and mobile health companies are getting the largest share of that funding.
Frank Barresi has seen the negative IT job forecasts for 2014, and he's not buying them.
The government-run insurance site Healthcare.gov launched with a loud flop on October 1. This much we all know. Now details are emerging of the fix-it process.
Much is said about how big data can transform businesses and fuel innovation in products and services. Indeed it can--and does. But most of those discussions overlook or vaguely generalize how this massive market morphing will affect our daily, individual lives. It's time to take a harder look at that.
While several recent jobs reports have cast a cloud over IT hiring in 2014, one industry that expects to see no shortage of hiring activity next year is healthcare.
Machine-to-machine providers for the healthcare sector will need to offer value-added series along with connectivity in order to be successful, advises Frost & Sullivan in a new report.
Despite concerns over security and patient information privacy, the healthcare industry is one of the most aggressive when it comes to adopting BYOD.
While some recent job forecasts have predicted a slight cooling in the IT job market, a best bet for job seekers may be in the healthcare industry.
But everything depends on which insurance plans participants favor. If too many choose high-deductible plans, there may be bad news for hospitals ahead.