The New Nike Air Zoom SuperRep Is Nike’s Best Trainer For HIIT

Different workouts require different shoes, and Nike has taken specialisation to a whole new level with the launch of its SuperRep range, which includes shoes...

Philips, Humana to offer remote monitoring for at-risk seniors

Humana Inc. will offer remote monitoring programs for seniors through its Medicare Advantage plans, thanks to a recent partnership with Royal Philips. The programs will serve...

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The goal of population health is to use data to identify those who will benefit from intervention sooner, typically in an effort to prevent unnecessary hospital...

Website errors raise calls for Medicare to Be flexible with seniors’ enrollment

Saturday is the deadline for most people with Medicare coverage to sign up for private drug and medical plans for next year. But members of Congress,...

Opinion: Metrics to deliver five extra productive healthy years

The challenge to deliver five extra years of healthy productive life in England is far more likely to succeed if the financial metrics that drive health...

Dexcom’s IT outage shows fabulous device maker floundering with patient communication

Dexcom is the leader in continuous glucose monitoring systems and the company has created a product that brings parents of children battling type 1 diabetes and...

Coping with (power) loss: California’s hospitals, clinics, patients face new reality

We all know that when the power goes out, refrigerators, heaters and air conditioners stop running. Homes go dark, and desktop computers shut down. But those are...

In advance of new federal rule, startups vie to steer post-acute care decisions

Tech firms are jostling to help hospitals and health systems comply with federal rules covering patient transitions to nursing homes, rehab centers and other forms of...

Family Told to Let Their Baby Die Instead of Raising Money For His Rare...

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Last-Minute loophole could undermine Texas law against surprise medical bills

Texas’ bipartisan effort to shield patients from surprise medical bills could be weaker than lawmakers intended when it takes effect Jan. 1. Earlier this year, lawmakers from...

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