Obama and Biden have introduced an initiative called #CancerMoonshot2020 in which pharmaceutical companies, academic and research institutions, government agencies, NGOs, technology companies, insurance companies, and physicians will all work together to undertake the challenge to subdue cancer over the next four years.
Interactive Health, a national leader for its personalized wellness solutions, announced it is supporting the American Heart Association on a shared mission of improving health and reducing heart disease risk and death.
ConCert by HIMSS announced that four products have received the ConCert by HIMSS mark after completing a comprehensive pilot program that tests and certifies electronic health record (EHR) and health information exchange (HIE) vendors.
The American Heart Association (@American_Heart) recommends healthy eating, weight management, and physical activity to help prevent heart disease. MyFitnessPal can help you with your journey on the road to #hearthealth.
Dell has joined major players in health IT by participating in the HIMSS Innovation Center as an industry collaborator. Within the 30,000-foot facility on Cleveland’s lakefront, Dell can further showcase its end-to-end technology solutions for the healthcare industry.
St. George’s University announced that its Master of Public Health program received accreditation from the Council on Education for Public Health for seven more years — the maximum re-accreditation term. The accreditation will empower SGU’s Department of Public Health and Preventive Medicine to continue educating leaders in the global health community.
Nutrino Inc. and IBM announced the launch of the Nutrino App Powered by Watson to provide expectant mothers with real-time science-based, personalized and contextual nutrition advice.
The AMA partnership with MATTER reached a new phase to enhance support for startup companies seeking to have a transformational impact on health and medicine. This milestone was marked as the newly installed AMA Interaction Studio at MATTER opened to facilitate connections between entrepreneurs and physicians.
Hackensack University Medical Center is at the forefront of adopting technology solutions aimed at arming clinicians and patients with information that can help them make better decisions, as well as reduce healthcare costs. Dr. Shafiq Rab, VP and CIO at HackensackUMC, was awarded the College of Healthcare Information Management Executive’s 2015 Innovator of the Year Award.