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Health cares apps on the market can help patients in almost every aspect of the medical process.
Seventy-one percent of the GOP insiders surveyed by National Journal this week said the issue would be "very important" in the coming elections.
The agencies overseeing the health IT sector are trying to encourage innovation and crack down on snake-oil apps. It's not that easy.
New consumer sensors let doctors monitor their patients from afar, and might make health care cheaper and more efficient.
The replacement of Jeopardy! 's human competitors with a computer algorithm may signal a trend that could soon spread through the health care sector as Obamacare is implemented.
Government sources of research funding for new health technologies are drying up. So what's replacing them?
Doctors are shielded from the competition that animates much of the economy.