The latest mHealthIntelligence article reports that 70% of physicians favor telemedicine services over email.  Telemedicine services enable doctors to remotely track patients and their individual needs, as well communicate securely with patients about problems that may arise.In the “Telehealth Index: 2015 Physician” survey conducted by QuantiaMD and American Well, 57% of more than 2,000 primary care doctors show interest in conducting...
The latest Crain’s New York Business article reports that manufacturers continue to struggle with the lingering effects of a strong U.S. dollar and low oil prices. The drop in numbers for New York’s factory production in June reflects a weakened manufacturing sector.A manufacturing index reading above zero suggests expansion; this month, New York’s number fell to negative two, according to the Federal Reserve Bank. Crain’s reports that the state...
According to a recent Star Online article, the U.S. economy is picking up steam, with both jobs and wages experiencing increases in May.  Despite a rise in unemployment from 5.4% in April to 5.5% in May, the article states the increase was due to new college graduates entering the labor force, a sign of increased confidence in the market.There has also been growth in the form of hourly rates and payrolls, resulting in a gain of more than 32...
A new report from Tractica shows revenue from the wearable devices market in the industrial segment will reach $6.3 billion by the year 2020.  As stated in a Dazeinfo article on the research findings, the wearables market in industry is still small (1%), but is expected to grow to 17% over the next five years.The article outlines the primary drivers of wearable adoption in the industrial segment, including increased efficiency, time-savings...
A recent Economic Times business article suggests that increased U.S. business spending could prove promising for the manufacturing sector. This steady increase has been observed for the second consecutive month this past April.After a bleak first quarter, the recent growth in core capital goods provides promise that business spending could continue to climb in the forthcoming months and sustain manufacturing and the economy as a whole. ...
According to a recent Blackbird press release, the U.S. focus on technology intensive manufacturing is strong, but proper execution of such, as compared to global competitors, is lacking. Better practice and implementation would allow for more viable domestic production capabilities, says manufacturing engineer consulting firm, TRU.From 2001 and 2014, the number of U.S. manufacturing plants dropped from about 400,000 to 230,000, as noted in the...
According to a recent Government Health IT article, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has recently unveiled its online Global Unique Device Identification Database, which gives consumers, healthcare providers, and product manufacturers access to traceable details on medical equipment.As noted in the article, the database, also referred to as AccessGUDID, offers the ability to monitor products sold in the U.S. from the manufacturing...
According to new research released by Team NEO, northeastern Ohio is expected to see 49,000 job openings in the manufacturing sector through the year 2025.  As noted in Cleveland.com article on the research findings, many of the anticipated positions will require technological skills.The article states that manufacturing in the region is growing at its fastest pace in five years, with manufacturing productivity gains increasing by 92% for...
According to a new report issued by the Reshoring Initiative, more than 60,000 manufacturing jobs returned to the U.S. in 2014 while 50,000 were offshored, resulting in a net gain of 10,000 jobs.  The report, which contains data on U.S. reshoring and Foreign Direct Investment (FDI), also shows the number of reshored jobs in 2014 constitutes a 400% increase since 2003.A DesignNews article notes that the report represents a turning point in...
According to a new report from MarketResearch.com, big data and the healthcare Internet of Things (IoT) will experience explosive growth over the next several years. As reported in a HealthITAnalytics.com article on the research findings, the healthcare IoT market is projected to reach $117 billion by 2020, representing a CAGR of 15.1%. The research shows big data and the IoT will play a critical role in helping healthcare organizations...

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