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By Jonah Comstock January 2, 2020
Healthcare consumerism and cybersecurity might seem to be in tension, but it's the job of security professionals to make it work, and that starts with a culture change.

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By Dean Koh January 2, 2020
A study led by Nanyang Technological University, Singapore (NTU Singapore) found that most (93%) mobile apps for suicide prevention and depression management do not provide all the six suicide prevention strategies that are commonly recommended in international clinical guidelines.
By Laura Lovett December 31, 2019
This year, providers have continued to ink deals with big names in tech including Google, Amazon and Apple. The conversation around patient-centered care and technology is also picking up steam. 
By MobiHealthNews December 31, 2019
In the final quarter of 2019 MobiHealthNews reported on 55 digital health deals. 
By Laura Lovett December 30, 2019
This funding brings Clinician Nexus' total investment to $2.3 million. 
By Dave Muoio and Laura Lovett December 30, 2019
This half of the year the FDA has named a new comissioner, continued working on the much anticipated Pre-Cert program and collaborated with the NIH on a new app. 
By Dave Muoio December 27, 2019
New clinical efforts with big-name partners, more personal health record rollouts and continued smartwatch support defined the Cupertino company's year in digital health.
By Tammy Lovell December 24, 2019
Ieso Digital Health will provide online appointments through its online ThinkWell platform
By Jonah Comstock December 23, 2019
Alphabet, Amazon and Apple all made deals this year to buy digital health startups, and the year saw exits for Qualcomm Life, Fitbit and PatientsLikeMe.
By Ian Chiang December 20, 2019
Flare Capital Partners' Ian Chiang describes the key capabilities of a value-based care enablement platform for providers, highlights successful platform examples and offers a framework for entrepreneurs seeking a provider partner.

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