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What health care will look like after the information technology revolution.
Patients are collaborating for better health — and, just maybe, radically reduced health-care costs.
Eric Topol is on a mission to get health care out of the mess it’s in.
Medical centers are testing new, friendly ways to reduce the need for office visits by extending their reach into patients’ homes.
Scanadu hopes its tricorder-like device and a smartphone will help people track their health and diagnose problems.
The system automatically pulls up patient files and lets nurses use mobile devices to document work.
Most Americans don’t know what medical procedures cost until after the fact. One startup aims to change that.
Under a fee-for-service structure, doctors aren’t motivated to embrace innovation.