Author Archive | Satish Misra, MD
A wave of partnerships between accelerators/incubators and health centers could hint at big changes for digital health.
Grant supports 2,000 person trial evaluating the SmartQuit app for smoking cessation.
SwipeSense is a startup that has an interesting and slightly more modern approach to improving hand hygiene.
A study in PLoS One compared text message based surveys to traditional surveys, finding some interesting advantages with texting.
Automated, mobile phone based system can help get critical early CPR to patients with an out-of-hospital cardiac arrest.
A recent study raises some serious concerns about how the info we enter into health apps is being used.
The Pulse Oximeter app is a top 5 medical app in the app store. Its lack of data, however, may be putting patients at risk.
Recent study evaluating 46 available insulin dosing apps finds cause for concern.
New Watson Genomics platform will analyze patient genetic data, provide recommendations
The athenaText app will let users send HIPAA compliant messages and pictures to colleagues, and not just physicians.
Researchers describe an app to automatically calculate the nutritional info from just a picture of your plate.
A recent BMJ perspective argues that claims, stated and implied, aren’t supported by any evidence.
Researchers demonstrate important security vulnerabilities in surgical robots using the RAVEN II research robot.
Study from Center for Connected Health shows real world impact of remote monitoring heart failure program
Apple Watch app will let users control blood pressure monitor and review data, including for family members
MGH pilots e-consult system that allows primary care physicians to request a “curbside” within the EHR
The Health-Dev platform which facilitates the development of safe medical apps.
TigerText announced this week that its bringing its HIPAA compliant messaging platform to the Apple Watch.
Watson Health will analyze data from Medtronic diabetes devices, health data from HealthKit, and more.
Doximity’s app will launch with the Apple Watch later this month and include free hands-free HIPAA compliant messaging.