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DIGITAL HEALTH BRIEFING: Apple, Stanford Medicine launch AFib study — MDLIVE introduces a healthcare chatbot — App provider launches medic...

Apple and Stanford Medicine have launched the Apple Heart Study, highlighting the power of wearables to unveil undiagnosed heart irregularities.

DIGITAL HEALTH BRIEFING: Google’s latest digital health moves — GE partners with Nvidia — Digital health platform in China could see...

Google announced a number of strategic cloud partnerships with IT companies in the healthcare industry.

Scientists have developed a way to predict whether you’ll die in the next 5 years with surprising accuracy

A recent study reveals how artificial-intelligence systems could use medical scans to make predictions about a person's health and risk of death.

Scientists have finally figured out why astronauts lose their vision while in space

According to a new study, the eyesight of astronauts is being harmed by changes in the fluid that surrounds the brain and spinal cord.

We got to see how IBM’s Watson supercomputer could help diagnose a patient

IBM Watson Health and the Radiological Society of North America teamed up on a project called "Eyes of Watson" to show how Watson thinks through diagnoses.

Digital disruption in radiology — will it put doctors out of work?

A look at where radiology is in 2016 and where it might be in just a few years.

Pay for medical care only if it works? Industry faces massive shift toward value-based care

Dr. Vivian Lee, the dean of the School of Medicine at the University of Utah on how to bring value to radiology and healthcare overall.

How machine learning could help doctors improve the reading of medical images

Companies are jumping on board machine learning in radiology. These include IBM, which plans to put Watson to work analyzing images.

A new technology is being developed using just 1% of the finite resource needed for traditional MRIs

GE's developing a new magnetic technology that only needs about 1% of the liquid helium traditional MRI machines need, called "Freelium."

Major study: there’s no need to stop mammograms based on age

Researchers have provided evidence that mammograms may not need an age cut-off for breast cancer screenings.