Fingerprint scanners lie at the heart of the non-profit organization’s mission to help NGOs and health agencies deliver vital services to recipients with no formal ID.
Digital twins are amongst the most hyped technologies in recent years. It's time for a critical look at the possibilities - and drawbacks - of digital twins for modern medicine.
Making people healthy will help both pharmaceutical retailer Boots and the NHS says Richard Corbridge
Dreamforce 2019 - HMSA cures never-ending IT project syndrome with unified Salesforce platform shift
HMSA has digitally transformed in order to break out of the habit of never-ending IT projects.
Dreamforce 2019 - Blue Cross Blue Shield Massachusetts pays off technical debt with Salesforce transformation program
The health insurance provider has overhauled its approach to buying and deploying tech and in the process become a cloud convert.
The UK-based non-profit has put Salesforce’s Interaction Studio to work on delivering relevant information to patients and their families at every stage of their cancer journeys.
Data and the allure of the enterprise wellness market drive Google's $2.1 billion Fitbit grab, but privacy concerns won't be healthy
Google wants to buy Fitbit, but is it a safe custodian of healthcare data from millions of consumers?
What can you do with 1,000,000,000,000,000,000 Floating-point calculations per second (EXAflops)? Simulate nuclear weapons? Yes. Cure cancer? Maybe...
Best Buy wants to help disrupt the US healthcare service provision market with a digital play that's hugely ambitious.
While Apple's push into wearables is a success, Fitbit's currently looking less healthy. Can it stage a recovery?
Significant barriers to health data sharing and collaboration remain even with blockchain touted as catalyst
Blockchain as the catalyst for a healthcare data market? Maybe, but...
Advances in genomic research have changed our view of the human genome. Promising health care advances are in the works, but we'll need massive computing power to see this through. Will enterprise software as we know it change as a result?