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How a brush with death turned an unknown tech marketer into a champion of electronic medicine.
A company set up to handle prescription orders could be the key to the health-care Internet.
The CEO of Athenahealth is using cloud computing to make the complexities of health care less oppressive.
A physician argues that electronic patient records raise costs, decrease patient visits, and make poor communication tools.
As more and more people’s genomes are decoded, we need better ways to share and understand the data.
Healthrageous offers tools to track progress toward health goals, but its most valuable asset may be data about you.
Is technology for monitoring sick people in their homes good medicine? One Yale cardiologist says the case hasn’t been proved.
A telemedicine company brings $1 virtual checkups to poor countries.
An innovator delivers a cheap, instant, and mobile way to monitor heart problems.
Interface design wunderkind Aza Raskin explains how apps could make you healthier.