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  • Health Tech Today: Peace of mind

    Company CEO Chris Otto demonstrates MyHalo, offering around-the-clock vital sign and activity monitoring using body sensor technology combined with the Internet.

  • Health Tech Today: Mapping your health

    Where you live may impact your health as much as your diet or genetics. Bill Davenhall from ESRI joins us to explain this missing link in your medical history.

  • Health Tech Today: Patient power

    Group Health is widely recognized as a world leader in eHealth. Matt Handley, physician and CTO, shares how patient feedback guides how they deliver electronic healthcare.

  • Health Tech Today: Virtual Doctor

    Dr. Jay Parkinson wants to make seeing a doctor as easy as ordering a book on Amazon. Named as one of the first truly virtual doctors, Parkinson designs health care services based on social networking sites.

  • Health Tech Today: Video game diagnosis

    Doctors receive new insights into the symptoms of their young chronically ill patients courtesy of a video game. Health Tech Today talks with the creator of the new technology, Cornelia Ruland.

  • Health Tech Today: Healthcare with a smile

    Hear how CEO Dr. Patty Gabow took lessons from blue chip brands such as Ritz-Carlton to transform Denver's largest public health system; saving money and jobs and satisfying patients.

  • Health Tech Today: Digital Paramedic

    Andrew Cull, 31-year old paramedic-turned-CEO of Remote Medical International, uses handheld devices, cell phones, and online software to dispense emergency medical services around the globe.

  • Health Tech Today: Patient first

    New York Presbyterian recently launched a patient-centered portal, myNYP.org. CIO Aurelia Boyer talks about this totally connected network of patents, community, and health care professionals.

  • Health Tech Today: Cough Phone

    As we look into the future of medical technology, hear how coughing into your cell phone could help diagnose what is wrong with you.

  • Health Tech Today: Future Prescriptions

    Jeff Goldsmith, a leading healthcare futurist, shares insights on service delivery, communication, and collaboration in the health industry and how IT can help remedy industry shortcomings.

  • Health Tech Today: System for savings

    Philips Healthcare tools collect data at the point of care and share it quickly and efficiently. Both patient and hospital savings are measurable and better health care is the result.

  • Health Tech Today: Glimpse of the Future

    Microsoft Research labs nurture the ideas that become tomorrow’s technology. Learn about the future of healthcare, today.

  • Health Tech Today: Painless scheduling

    Why is scheduling a doctor’s appointment such a hassle? Online ZocDoc helps you find a doctor near home, read reviews, check insurance, and schedule an appointment…all in under an hour.

  • Health Tech Today: Hot Technology Tools

    Joel French of Motion Computing shares the latest advances in technology tools along with insider tips on managing a successful healthcare IT implementation.

  • Health Tech Today: Obama's health website

    Todd Park, CTO of U.S. Health and Human Services, talks about the new consumer-friendly website, healthcare.gov, offering side-by-side comparisons of health insurance plans.

  • Health Tech Today: Dial Up Diagnosis

    Smartphones have become indispensible tools in healthcare. Learn why no other decision support software is as “smart” as NxOpinion.

  • Health Tech Today: Instant Info=Instant Care

    Nazounki Global Medical Network connects Western doctors to patients needing care in Africa using software applications and cellular phones to remotely exchange information and medical images.

  • Health Tech Today: text4baby

    The U.S. has one of the highest infant mortality rates among industrialized countries. Text4baby supports underserved mothers with free text messages about pre-natal and infant care.

  • Health Tech Today: Archbishop Desmond Tutu

    Archbishop Desmond Tutu discusses how eHealth -- the use of information technologies in medicine -- may be the key to solving chronic problems in healthcare.

  • Health Tech Today: Medical tourism

    Thailand’s largest hospital and a center for medical tourism shows how they handle patient records, keep costs low, and maintain world-class care with the help of technology.

  • Health and human services explained

    Learn more about coordinating care and integrating systems to put your citizens at the center of your efforts.

  • HIV Research: The Human Face of HIV

    Meet Purity, a South African woman who knows, first-hand, the physical, mental, and emotional pain that HIV inflicts on those infected with the virus. She is undergoing treatment, but naturally hopes that a cure for HIV will be found in her lifetime.