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Report: Top technology trends across the realm of healthcare

In its summer 2015 Health Tech Report, CDW profiles the 10 most current and pressing trends of which those in healthcare should take notice. The list is expansive and somewhat obvious in areas, but provides insight into the changing landscape of the current healthcare technology...

source: By Scott E. Rupp
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An international team of scientists headed by biologists at UC San Diego has discovered that an important class of stem cells known as human "induced pluripotent stem cells," or iPSCs, which are derived from an individual's own cells, can be differentiated into various types...

source: Medical Xpress

Last year, Japanese researchers announced that the first human patient would be treated with induced pluripotent stem cells in an attempt to reverse a degenerative eye condition called macular degeneration that leads to vision loss. Now, a team of scientists headed by biologists...

source: Forbes

Intel announced its Collaborative Cancer Cloud, a software initiative intended to help cancer researchers share genomes they’ve sequenced as well as medical images and clinical information. The project aims to provide a software platform for a system — presumably...

source: The Wall Street Journal

Three years ago, Ivette Giancola started having abdominal and back pain. She went to the doctor and tests revealed that the then 37-year-old-mother had stage 4 pancreatic cancer. "You hear the word 'metastasized' and it's very, very scary," she told CBS News. "I was not...

source: CBS News

Over the past couple of years, Google has hired experts in diseases and physiology, pairing them with top software engineers, to tackle major healthcare issues. Projects include developing contact lenses to allow diabetics to constantly monitor glucose levels, defining “healthy”...

source: Los Angeles Times

Physicians hate their EHRs. Research shows there's no love lost between doctors and the technology....

source: By Scott Rupp

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