Author: WTN News

Expert performers. Pavarotti hitting the high C. Lance Armstrong vanquishing the Tour de France field. Yo Yo Ma becoming one with the cello. Wayne Gretzky piling up the points. We've all seen these stars in action, reaching the penultimate in their fields, doing things that...

Money, power, science and beliefs collide when it comes to stem cells. They could unlock mysteries about the basis of life and lead to new treatments — or take years of research and produce little return in the clinic. But where did it all start?...

Matt Miszewski rubs some people the wrong way, but he believes friction sometimes comes with the turf. Governor Jim Doyle hired him as the state's CIO in 2003 to bring greater efficiency to the state's information technology enterprise. Some believe promised savings - a moving...

CHICAGO - While I have touted using fiber-optics for years because of its high-speed capacity, it now also appears to be the more cost-effective way to go for network infrastructure as the pricing for copper continues to skyrocket, writes adjunct Northwestern professor James Carlini. ...

Milwaukee, Wis. - TeraMedica and Sun Microsystems have joined forces to provide a solution that allows physicians to attach medical images and other clinical digital content to a patient's existing electronic health record (EHR), and then easily access them from a desktop. ...

The nightmare of managing liability in identity theft cases was spelled out during a late session of WTN Media's Digital Healthcare Conference, and healthcare providers got a real sense of what a sleepless period it would be....