How to keep patient information secure in mHealth apps
See what mHealth app developers must do to ward off security threats and keep users’ sensitive information out of the wrong hands.
Why innovation is needed to better manage chronic disease
Chronic diseases aren’t going anywhere. Richard Milani, MD, warns the problem will be getting worse and health care transformation’s required to meet the challenge.
Medicine’s administrative burdens create openings for innovation
Health care company executives say physician pain points are driving their attempts to create systems that work better for patients and doctors.
What do mHealth apps share about users? Guidelines demand clarity
Patients and clinicians who use health apps need more information—and a greater say—about how personal health information is being used.
The AMA’s top 10 must-read news stories of the year
Insightful news coverage of trends in physician burnout, Match, and other hot issues drew big clicks from doctors, residents, fellows and medical students.
AMA adopts policies during second day of voting at Interim Meeting
Policies touch on collecting DNA of refugees, free sunscreen, mobile health apps, veterans’ courts.
Can you trust mHealth apps? Why transparency is a must
Mobile health app developers must rely on credible information, and they need to make it easy for users to see exactly which sources were relied upon.
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