eyeNETRA has developed a $2 smartphone attachment that will bring optical diagnostics for refractive errors, including nearsightedness, farsightedness, astigmatism, and presbyopia, to billions around the world currently without access due to prohibitive costs.
A look at the best PDF management apps for managing your medical literature library. There are a lot of great apps out there, but here we pick our favorite.
Live demo of Macaw, an app from US Preventative Medicine that uses Qualcomm’s 2Net system to potentially revolutionize how we manage health.
A thorough review of the Vue Motion Medical Image Viewer by Carestream.
San Diego-based Sotera Wireless today announced they have raised an additional $12.2M in a Series D round and have signed a strategic partnership with Cerner to distribute their ViSi Mobile system when it receives anticipated FDA approval in Q1 of 2012.
A Stanford researcher is using a stripped down WebOS based HP Touchpad and several self-designed apps for managing high frequency ultrasound procedures in the MRI suite.
Lange’s Histology flashcards in app form brings measures up well against its printed counterpart without the added weight, but could be better on the iPad.
HealthTap announces at the mHealth Summit they have raised $11.5M in Series A funding from group including Google Chairman Eric Schmidt’s Innovation Endeavors to scale their interactive doctor-patient social network.
Nicview provides secure live-streaming video of neonates at St. Jude’s NICU, allowing parents to check in on their kids from anywhere with their mobile device
One of the major announcements at this week’s mHealth Summit was made by Qualcomm who introduced a new platform for wirelessly connecting medical devices and declared it open for business. The 2net platform allows any medical device to connect with cloud servers, freeing manufacturers from the complexities of wireless communication.
Brian Edwards had a chance to speak with Ginger.io co-founder and chief architect Anmol Madan, PhD, at the mHealth Summit regarding his company’s intriguing claims to be able to infer health conditions based on the passive collection and analysis of an individuals cell phone usage, what he calls the “human check engine light”.
[Ed. We are thrilled to publish this guest post by Dr. Val Jones, CEO, Better Health. You can find the original here.] By: Val Jones, MD There aren’t too many grandmothers developing mobile health apps these days, but I met a charming one (Jill Campbell) at the mHealth Summit last week. Jill is a 60 year-old woman from […]