Wesley Smith, Head of Health Sales in North America for Samsung, tells iMedicalApps about his company’s new focus on B2B over its legacy B2C business.
Patrick Soon-Shiong’s NantWorks unveils a huge new joint venture with Intel, Blue Shield of California and others to use supercomputing for real-time tumor genome sequencing.
Verizon Enterprise Solutions, Motorola Mobility Inc. and BoxTone are collaborating to develop a comprehensive mobile solution to help satisfy the unique security, reliability and usability requirements of the health care industry.
With recent investments and pilot projects announced, Aetna, along with WellPoint, UnitedHealth Group and their competitors, say they are serious about being a major part of the mobile heath movement. Aetna purchased iTriage, formerly Healthagen, the maker of the popular iTriage app, for an undisclosed sum in September 2011. The app allows the user to […]
Verizon is actively pursuing wireless and digital solutions for the healthcare industry. Leveraging key assets such as its nationwide cellular network as well as increasing its 4G LTE presence, Verizon aims to streamline clinician workflows which will not only affect the quality of care, but will also decrease costs.
Another day, another deal struck by Patrick Soon-Shiong’s NantWorks hybrid incubator, sending the mHealth visionary well on his way to transforming Los Angeles into a so-called “Silicon Beach…building the world the way da Vinci saw it”.
Cellular providers have recently become aggressive in the promotional advancement of new technology initiatives which provide their subscribers access to a greater selection of connected medical devices.
Verizon Business recently made a big splash with plans to offer free access and usage of their Medical Data Exchange system to over two million US healthcare providers. Sounds like a pretty generous offer, right? On first pass, I’d certainly have to agree though I have a sneaking suspicion it may not turn out to […]
Lost in all the buzz of the recently announced Verizon and Google Net Neutrality “partnership” was that both companies were thinking of mobile health care as part of net neutrality.
Verizon and Samsung are taking a shot at mobile health with the release of Samsung Haven.
Verizon is planning a cloud based services for clinical providers to securely exchange health information. Features will include a clinical dashboard, record locator service, cross-enterprise patient index and clinical messaging.