Author Archive | Satish Misra, MD
A cardiology group at the VA in Dallas tested the use of Google Glass to facilitate the interpretation of coronary angiograms.
A robot that can provide medical care in space.
Researchers have developed an atrial fibrillation screening app that uses just the smartphone’s camera & flash.
Simple text messaging platform shows significant health benefits in large study.
Medisafe claims it helps users achieve blood pressure reductions of 17 – 23 mm Hg in just thirty days. That’s not entirely true.
A wide ranging interview with Dr. Dave including mobile health research, physicians heading into digital health, and more.
A report from the IMS Institute finds the health & medical app market is still growing fast, with some surprising insights of characteristics & use.
Google health searches now deliver vetted information and answers to common questions for 900+ health conditions.
Researchers used pedometers data to predict detailed exercise information from simple validated activity questionnaires.
Public health researchers at Johns Hopkins are leading an a new TB management program in South Africa using eMocha’s mobile health platform.
Combining health tracking with direct feedback on health impact using health data takes medication tracking apps in a new direction.
Two clinical trials are set to get underway testing this wearable ECG monitor in atrial fibrillation screening.
There is a growing body of evidence that app store user ratings of a health app are totally unrelated to the quality and effectiveness of medical apps.
Dexcom’s new CGM skips the receiver, with the sensor sending data directly to the iPhone app via Bluetooth.
A simple app for a specific common clinical need – identifying implanted cardiac devices.
The Healthy Brain app enrolls patients in a research registry focused on brain health, providing tools to assess and manage risk factors.
AstraZeneca partners with Adherium on smart inhaler attachments to track use, detect flairs, and support medication adherence.
Iodine incorporates patient reviews into their pharmacist written and curated drug information.
A new study looked at the quality of bipolar disorder apps and came away with concerning findings.
American Heart Association releases comprehensive scientific statement reviewing the use of mobile health technology in heart disease prevention.