Author Archive | Satish Misra, MD
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.
Yelp plans to incorporate healthcare statistics and patient survey data from ProPublica into reviews of healthcare facilities.
PulsePoint uses iPhone & Android apps to alert nearby good samaritans when there is a cardiac arrest.
Smart BP is a solid blood pressure tracking app, depending on what your patient needs
Study casts doubt on the quality of exercise physical fitness apps available, but with important limitations.
Includes ways users put health data at risk , offers a reminder on what clinicians can do to help prevent data loss
A new study evaluating the accuracy of PoopMD in identifying acholic stools shows promising results.
A startup is developing a handheld device that combines an otosocope, stethoscope, and thermometer into one
An app to help clinicians learn about how to assess and manage statin intolerance
Review of Hello Heart, an app for blood pressure tracking.
Investigators launching pilot study testing modified AliveCor to capture 12-lead ECG and diagnose heart attacks
The UK’s National Health Service is funding a pilot looking at whether continuous monitoring with wearable patch can improve outcomes
For patients given a Fitbit after hospital discharge, those that either didn’t track or intermittently tracked were more likely to be readmitted.
Platform using nano-engineered silica glass and low power laser technology to measure blood glucose – without a single drop of blood.
Novartis may include remote monitoring component with soon-to-be blockbuster heart failure drug.
MIT plans to turn their Hacking Medicine program into a nonprofit focused on evaluating & testing digital health technology.
Canadian researchers test simple exercise program for fatigue in patients with advanced cancer.