To properly serve society, cryptocurrencies must support computer hardware that is useful for other things.
New regulations could mark the end of proprietary finance.
How patient pseudonyms can inspire trust in the Direct Project's network.
Microchips embedded in pills can ease medicine management and empower patients.
Look inside health data access and you'll see why "ownership" is inadequate for patient information.
Patients, doctors and providers have a unique set of privileges that do not line up exactly with a traditional concept of ownership.
This is an opportunity to rethink how health data flows.
In this digital world, health data that's 36-hours old can only be analyzed as a post-mortem. Health data that's 30-days old is already rotting.
Political and process disconnects show up everywhere, including health IT.
Fred Trotter has often said the problems in health IT are political and not technical, but sometimes a picture can drive a point home better than words.
Houston's healthcare community is deploying a Direct Project pilot.
Jim Langabeer, CEO of Greater Houston Healthconnect, discusses the implementation goals and hurdles related to a Direct Project pilot program.
The Direct Project is poised to become the first health Internet platform.
Given the way that healthcare is financed in the U.S., it's reasonable to expect that many doctors will have a Direct email address to communicate with other doctors and their patients in a few years.
Explaining cutting edge social media to the last industry to computerize.
As patients and practitioners gather on Twitter, the service has evolved into a peer-to-peer healthcare marketplace. That's why Twitter co-founder Biz Stone's keynote at HIMSS is so fitting.