Heartbeat, a medical start-up, is opening up new clinics across Manhattan
The workplace is not designed for families, and that needs to change, philanthropist Melinda Gates says.
Health care experts weigh in on the reasons why Amazon and Apple are getting more involved in medical clinics for their employees.
We're asking investors, doctors and other medical professionals about what drives them nuts -- and what they'd do to change it. Here's what Alphabet's Krishna Yeshwant thinks.
This doctor made an amazing recovery after a surfing accident. What happened next? $30,000 in bills.
Cyberattacks, election meddling and other online crimes are not a massive concern for Estonia, where public services are highly digitalized, President Kersti Kaljulaid told CNBC on Monday.
Patients can't easily get their health data. Microsoft, Amazon and others want to change that.
"This gap is what makes digital health a funnel or a stopgap rather than a revolution," experts say.
Amazon is in position to work with employers and health systems to bring better food to workers
The right entry-point to fix health care? This health investor thinks it's employers.
Millennials and rural patients were supposed to flock to apps that let them consult a doctor via video. What happened?
Amazon swooped in to buy PillPack after Walmart offered $700 million. Walmart's stock shedded about $3 billion in value after the Amazon deal was announced.
Major health care players like, UnitedHealthcare, Aetna and Kaiser Permanente, are increasingly using virtual care or telehealth for primary care appointments and follow-ups.
Tech workers are using extreme measures to potentially combat aging.
Employers have a lot of power and resources to fix the broken health care system. Will they?
UnitedHealth Group and Humana are launching a pilot program to study whether blockchain technology can help track provider information.
Apple's health records product is a big deal whether it succeeds or not. Here's why.
We're all going to be patients someday, even the suited executives that attend health care conferences. So let's fix it, while we can.
Lyft and Allscripts are partnering to seamlessly schedule rides for medical appointments.
Castlight Health has been providing navigation tools for health benefits systems, including Amazon's, for a decade.
Richard Yu, CEO of Huawei's consumer business, told CNBC that the augmented reality glasses could be ready in "one to two years."
Facebook said it removed 36 Facebook accounts, six pages and 99 Instagram accounts that may have been connected to a Russian internet troll farm. Most were created after mid-2017, and one Instagram account reached more than 600,000 U.S. users.
Google Maps is great for getting around if you're walking or taking public transit. But, if you drive to work and frequently find yourself sitting in traffic, it's time you made the switch over to Waze. Here's how to use Waze on iPhone and Android.