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When To Regulate mHealth Apps?

Diana Manos | Government Health IT | January 8, 2013

With events such as the Consumer Electronics Associations’ 2013 International CES conference this week in Las Vegas, featuring a dizzying 3,000 global app companies and a digital health summit, there is a lot of hype around what apps can do for healthcare. Read More »

Why Firefighters Fear Solar Power

Mike Riggs | The Atlantic Cities | September 11, 2013

A 300,000 square foot refrigerated warehouse in Delanco, New Jersey, burned down last week, and the local fire chief says solar panels are partly to blame. No, the 700 solar panels on top of the Dietz & Watson warehouse didn't cause the fire, but their presence did dissuade Delanco Fire Chief Ron Holt from putting his team on the roof. Read More »

Why US Power Companies Don’t Want You Putting A Solar Panel On Your Roof

Tim Fernholz | Quartz | August 15, 2013

The short answer: It will destroy their business model forever. Read More »

Zombie Machines Take Over Health Care

Jaan Sidorov | The Health Care Blog | July 9, 2013

Remember that chilling scene in the movie Terminator when a stone-faced Arnold Schwarzenegger chronicles how Skynet’s machines take over the world? There’s also the morbidly fascinating futuristic sci-fi book Robopocalypse that describes how self-aware computers attack their robot-dependent masters. In both instances, humans disregard early evidence of silicon sentience until it’s too late. Read More »

“Hard To See Value” In ICD-10 For Physicians, Analytics

Jennifer Bresnick | EHR Intelligence | October 10, 2013

[...] Experts have tried to clean up [the image of ICD-10] by praising the added specificity and granularity of the data that will result from the more than 140,000 codes, but it’s a hard sell to providers already drowning in EHR adoption, meaningful use, the ACA, and quality improvement reforms.  Is ICD-10 worth it? Read More »

John F. Kennedy Center for Performing Arts in Washington D.C. Hosts TEDMED 2012 Conference

Event Details
April 11, 2012 - 8:00am - April 13, 2012 - 5:00pm
John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts Washington DC
United States

TEDMED announced that the 2012 edition of the conference will take place in Washington, DC at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts from April 11-13, 2012. From 2009 to 2011, San Diego hosted TEDMED, drawing strong attendance from regional biotech companies and technology developers. The move to the Nation's Capital and the Kennedy Center will place TEDMED in the center of healthcare policymaking, regulation, and research funding and will accelerate collaboration among government, science, industry, academia, technology, media and the arts... Read More »