MIT Technology Review have published a report about the use of information technology in healthcare. You can register to download the report or read a number of articles without registering on their website:

  1. Can Technology Fix Medicine?
  2. More Phones, Fewer Doctors
  3. IBM Aims to Make Medical Expertise a Commodity
  4. 23andMe Tries to Woo the FDA
  5. Mobile Health’s Growing Pains
  6. Blood Sugar Crash
  7. Data in Action
  8. Big Data Mining
  9. Big Pharma Opens Up Its Big Data
  10. Modernizing the Medical Record
  11. Big Money, Uncertain Return
  12. A Closer Look at Data-Driven Health Care

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