Happtique, a medical apps store seeks to verify and certify healthcare apps for medical professionals and patients
Recently a team of researchers in South Carolina performed research to determine the validity of an Android-based software program to detect and capture heart rate measurements as a proof of concept for its use, The software was compared them to traditional means of measuring heart rate (ECG and pulse oximeter).
NeuroRad Mini for the iOS offers a complete alas of brain MRI imagery on mobile devices
By Tim Bredrup iRobot Corp., a leader in delivering robotic technology-based solutions, recently announced a $6 million investment and expanded partnership with InTouch Health, a leading remote presence telemedicine solution provider. The $6 million investment represents a minority position in the company. Under the expanded agreement, InTouch Health will provide access to FDA regulated healthcare […]
The Children’s Hospital in Oklahoma is using iPads to improve the ability of some of their patients to interact with their world. Technology is revolutionizing how we learn and grow.
The Qualcolmm Tricorder X Prize is a contest that seeks to create a medical tricorder that is capable of diagnosing certain diseases among other things
Recently, Janssen Healthcare Innovation announced the Janssen Connected Care Challenge for enterprising individuals and developers. The goal of the challenge is to provide technical solutions that improve the transition for a patient from the hospital to their home.
Interview with United Preference founders, Mark and Pamela Hall who offer branded cards that can be tailored to fit the healthy spending needs of health insurance members
Kony Solutions announced that Intermountain Healthcare has selected Kony as its mobile application platform.
Review of the HCV Care & Guidance App from Projects in Knowledge, made as a point-of-care resource to assist NP’s and PA’s with Hepatitis C Management
Kaiser Permanente unveiled an Android app and mobile-optimized website which patients can access medical information free on their mobile devices
A group of physicians in Australia look to launch the first journal dedicated to mobile health.