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  • The rule was passed in July 2013 by the Iowa Board of Medicine, which regulates the practice of medicine in the state, requiring doctors to physically be with patients when they administer abortion-inducing drugs. In September 2013 Planned Parenthood of the Heartland, which has been administering telemedicine abortions in Iowa since 2008, sued the Iowa...

  • June 19- The Iowa Supreme Court has rejected a state rule requiring doctors to see abortion patients in person, ruling that a regional Planned Parenthood unit can continue administering abortion-inducing medications using remote video technology. The court ruled 6-0 that the rule, passed by the Iowa Board of Medicine, violated the state's constitution.

  • IOWA SUPREME COURT OVERTURNS TELEMEDICINE ABORTION BAN IN PLANNED PARENTHOOD LAWSUIT.

  • NAIROBI, June 18- U.S. private equity firm TPG will invest up to $1 billion in African companies under a tie-up with Sudanese billionaire Mo Ibrahim's Satya Capital, the companies said on Thursday. TPG is a newcomer to Africa while Satya's interests range from healthcare in Nigeria to manufacturing in Tanzania. Satya will also make available an extra $300...

  • Can a wearable really fix your golf game? Thursday, 18 Jun 2015 | 12:30 PM ET
    A customer tries on a Microsoft Band at the company store.

    Golfers will be able to access TaylorMade Golf analytics on their Microsoft Band to manage their game, performance, and health.

  • NAIROBI, June 18- U.S. private equity firm TPG will invest up to $1 billion in African companies under a tie-up with Sudanese billionaire Mo Ibrahim's Satya Capital, the companies said on Thursday. TPG is a newcomer to Africa while Satya's interests range from healthcare in Nigeria to manufacturing in Tanzania. Satya will also make available an extra $300...

  • A small step before a huge leap to 3-D printed body Thursday, 11 Jun 2015 | 1:03 PM ET
    NSF-funded small business TeVido BioDevices uses 3-D bioprinting of a woman's own living cells to develop custom grafts for breast cancer reconstruction; the first product is targeted to improve nipple reconstruction, where current procedures often flatten and fade over time.

    TeVido BioDevices is creating a 3-D-printed female nipple, after a surge in breast cancer mastectomies created a huge health-care issue.

  • SAN FRANCISCO, June 11- To help treat soldiers with post-traumatic stress disorder, Jennifer Patterson turned to a gadget typically associated with video games: the virtual reality headset from Oculus, a company Facebook Inc bought for $2 billion last year. Patterson, an engineering student at the University of Pittsburgh, studied a software used on the...

  • Doctor on Demand: Medicine at your fingertips Wednesday, 10 Jun 2015 | 6:55 PM ET
    Adam Jackson, CEO, Doctor On Demand

    Jim Cramer goes off the tape to speak to the CEO of Doctor on Demand, and how it is changing the way doctors treat & diagnose patients.

  • SINGAPORE, June 5- Whoever was behind the latest theft of personal data from U.S. government computers, they appear to be following a new trend set by cybercriminals: targeting increasingly valuable medical records and personnel files. Cyber investigators from iSight Partners said they had linked the OPM hack to earlier thefts of healthcare records from...

  • WASHINGTON, June 5- Hackers broke into U.S. government computers, possibly compromising the personal data of 4 million current and former federal employees, and investigators were probing whether the culprits were based in China, U.S. officials said on Thursday. Cyber investigators linked the breach to earlier thefts of healthcare records from Anthem Inc, the...

  • WASHINGTON, June 5- Hackers broke into U.S. government computers, possibly compromising the personal data of 4 million current and former federal employees, and investigators were probing whether the culprits were based in China, U.S. officials said on Thursday. Cyber investigators linked the breach to earlier thefts of healthcare records from Anthem Inc, the...

  • NEW YORK, June 5- Amazon.com Inc is in a race against Google Inc to store data on human DNA, seeking both bragging rights in helping scientists make new medical discoveries and market share in a business that may be worth $1 billion a year by 2018.. Academic institutions and healthcare companies are picking sides between their cloud computing offerings- Google...

  • June 1- Patients in Texas can continue to receive remote diagnoses and treatment after telemedicine company Teladoc Inc won a preliminary court order blocking a new state rule requiring doctors to meet patients first. The ruling in Austin federal court on Friday came the same day that Teladoc filed its public registration with the U.S. Securities and...

  • Biotech isn't only health-care bet beating market Monday, 1 Jun 2015 | 10:09 AM ET
    An employee works on a stent graft component in a sterile environment at the Medtronic assembly plant in Tijuana, Mexico.

    The health-care sector is hot, and investors don't have to bet on the riskiest biotech stocks to profit.

  • Medicare is turning 50. Here's how to fix it Friday, 29 May 2015 | 9:03 AM ET
    Doctor patient teleconference medicare

    As the government program reaches the half-century mark, it needs to get into the digital age, says this University of Rochester professor.

  • Why hackers want your health-care data Wednesday, 27 May 2015 | 4:03 PM ET

    Swiped health care data gets 10 to 20 times the price of a stolen MasterCard account.

  • Jawbone sues Fitbit over data 'plundering' Wednesday, 27 May 2015 | 3:36 PM ET
    UP by Jawbone (L) and Fitbit (R).

    Jawbone, one of Fitbit's wearable health rivals, alleges that ex-employees took confidential data before leaving. NYT reports.

  • Can video game playing end ADHD drug reliance? Thursday, 21 May 2015 | 10:36 AM ET
    A Myndlift presentation

    Myndlift is a tech start-up combining mobile gaming with neurofeedback monitoring as an alternative to the surge in ADHD drug prescriptions.

  • GHIT: A fund for neglected tropical diseases Tuesday, 19 May 2015 | 9:47 PM ET
    GHIT: A fund for neglected tropical diseases

    BT Slingsby, CEO of the Global Health Innovative Technology Fund (GHIT), explains why it is developing new innovative health technologies to combat diseases like tuberculosis and malaria.