A virtual medic can now use mobile communications to bring health care and diagnostic tools to residents of poor and remote areas.
Connecting doctors to patients via mobile devices could be the house call of the future and benefit people living in remote areas.
With a call, researchers from the U.S. and Pakistan can predict diseases on the brink of an outbreak, which allows public health officials to manage them.
After strokes or head trauma, patients can have difficulty communicating with their caretaker. This entrepreneur is working on an app to give them a voice.
Pharmaceutical companies invest in startups in the search for new drugs because, according to an industry expert, “None of us is as smart as all of us.”
Diseases don't have boundaries. When viruses like Zika, Ebola, MERS and SARS show themselves, these detectives head for the outbreak.
New initiatives are bringing health-care professionals together to determine which data points are vital for overseas care while protecting patient privacy.
In remote areas, delivering medical devices and supplies is hard. Zipline's drone drops off important materials regardless of weather or road conditions.
By crowdsourcing data collected by teenage students across the country, scientists are better able to understand and fight Zika.