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Designing for healthcare, IDEO’s Stacey Chang shares insights for clinicians seeking to innovate

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iMedicalApps recently interviewed Stacey Chang, Associate Partner and Director of Health & Wellness at IDEO, on what he sees in mobile health technologies and what healthcare professionals — physicians, dentists, pharmacists, and even medical students — should ask themselves when crafting their own apps.

What Nike’s decision to downsize the FuelBand team means for the future of wearables

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As of publish, Cnet has run a major news that Nike had fired as many as 55 people from its Digital Sports team’s hardware division, which is in charge of the FuelBand.

Pioneering medical diagnostics on Google Glass, behind the scenes at UCLA Ozcan Lab

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We interviewed Aydogan Ozcan, Ph.D., principal investigator and the Chancellor’s Professor of Electrical Engineering and Bioengineering at UCLA and associate director of UCLA’s California NanoSystems Institute, along with Steve Feng, MS, first author of the published paper and research lab manager.

Lactate threshold monitor pairs with Garmin computers and watches

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BSX Athletics has launched a Kickstarter campaign for their Insight lactate threshold monitor.

Headband used to treat migraines receives FDA approval

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Cefaly, a headband used in the treatment of migraines, has received FDA approval.

Should doctors purchase Google Glass today when it becomes available to the general public?

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Physicians might be asking themselves whether they should purchase Glass today. They need to realize the current applications for Glass in medicine are at a systems level, not a personal one.

Moov fitness tracker helps you improve your workout

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Moov utilizes 9-axis sensors and software algorithms to pinpoint the exact movements of your body

Will Google Glass be an essential tool in healthcare or an overhyped afterthought

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Our roundup of potential uses of Google Glass in healthcare being explored by innovators and researchers today.

Prescribe a wireless blood pressure device to your patient, a review of smartphone connected cuffs

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We searched far and wide for all available wireless, mobile-compatible blood pressure monitors. Here’s what we found and tips on picking the right device for the right patient.

3D printer used to make iPhone case that functions as stethoscope

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15 year old Suman Mulumudi decided to create an iPhone case that could be used as a stethoscope to measure and record heart beats.

iPhone attachment allows doctors to view the front and back of an eye

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Researchers at Stanford University School of Medicine have developed two low cost adaptors that allow smartphones to capture high-resolution images of the front and back of an eye.