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Google's booth at the HIMSS medical conference featured a demo for a potential service for faxing medical information to Google Drive.
A new survey from Rock Health shows that tech companies are less trusted when it comes to sharing data.
Apple's work with the VA is important, and not just for veterans. The barriers that have prevented people from accessing their health data are now coming down.
Salesforce.com is launching a new tool that will help hospitals and insurers spot social determinant issues and then follow through to connect patients with more of the services they need.
Apple has hired Christine Curry, an obstetrician who is known for treating pregnant women with the Zika Virus, according to several people familiar.
Alphabet has a wide range of health-care research projects, from rehab efforts and medical tests to new devices for people in need.
Every year, over 100,000 Americans wait in "medical purgatory" for an organ transplant, and about 8,000 die on standby. Now researchers, doctors and policymakers are exploring innovative ways to increase the supply of organs to meet demand.
Sean Duffy's advice to fellow entrepreneurs in health care: Stop calling your company a 'start-up'
Apple and Aetna are collaborating on a first-of-its-kind app and health experience.
Seattle-based 98point6 has an ambitious goal to improve access to family doctors.
Hospitals can now buy "smart" hospital rooms on Amazon.
Researchers at UC San Diego surveyed patients to see how they like Apple's Health Records service.
Christina Farr, CNBC.com reporter, joins CNBC's "Power Lunch" team to talk about how Apple is in talks with private Medicare plans about bringing its watch to at-risk seniors.
Dr. David Chao, a former doctor for the San Diego Chargers, has become famous for assessing NFL injuries in real time.
Venture investors are chasing breakout successes in digital health, but those investment dollars aren't making people healthier.
Rock Health has been crunching numbers on the digital health market, and doesn't see a bubble despite the rapid growth.
A growing number of models are selling subscriptions using OnlyFans and Fancentro, turning their social media followings into a customer base.
Apple's new iPhones can still send texts, download apps, and make video calls, but the company spends a lot of time and effort marketing its new phones as powerful photography machines.
Thanks to the performance of Beyond Meat, investors who focus on venture-backed tech IPOs have done well this year despite some notable disappointments.