Despite the growing number of patients using such technology, only 21% are talking with their providers about how to correspond digitally, and it may be hindering more widespread adoption.

Researchers at Cleveland Clinic have created the first risk prediction model that allows healthcare providers to find the likelihood of an individual patient testing positive for COVID—19, as well as possible outcomes from the virus.

A group of bipartisan senators have banded together to call for expanded telehealth benefits allowed during the COVID-19 pandemic to become permanent.

Amazon Web Services is helping the World Health Organization on a slew of projects to respond to the COVID-19 crisis, including launching an app and supporting the organization’s goals to aid health workers around the world.

Cigna, one of the nation’s largest health insurance companies, has expanded its virtual support services for mental and emotional health by adding Talkspace to its behavioral provider network.

Technology companies Apple and Google have teamed up to build an element of contact tracing to aid in the COVID-19 response.

The number of record breaches containing sensitive information is on the rise across multiple business sectors, including healthcare, according to a new report from Atlas VPN.

Governments around the world have their own COVID contact-tracing apps already up and running—and several U.S. states have indicated they like their own solutions just fine.

Last week Apple and Google jointly announced a Bluetooth platform for tracing contacts of people testing positive with COVID-19. The tech world has been buzzing ever since.

Sectra has received FDA clearance for its Digital Pathology Module, a primary diagnostics tool intended for U.S. healthcare providers.

Telehealth is having a moment in the sun as a possible answer to help mitigate the spread of the coronavirus by limiting exposure risks to patients and healthcare professionals.

Health insurance giant Cigna has expanded its collaboration with Cricket Health, a kidney care provider, to use a machine learning algorithm that identifies Cigna customers with or at risk for developing late-stage chronic kidney disease. Cigna is a major investor in Cricket Health, committing $24 million in a Series A funding round in 2018.