In preparation for the upcoming Medicine 2.0 Conference on September 15th and 16th of this year and the newly created iMedicalApps Medicine 2.0 mHealth Research Award, the iMedicalApps team recently interviewed the initiator, organizer, and chair of the annual Medicine 2.0 conference, Gunther Eysenbach.
AT&T and Intuitive Health are working together to pilot a home-based remote patient monitoring solution that helps engage patients and family members in their own care, while seamlessly involving healthcare providers through integration with their clinical information systems.
A visually unique approach to presenting medical topics, but lacks in truly being educational
Client Outlook Inc. and itMD, LLC recently announced their partnership to deliver a medical image exchange and viewing platform designed to rebuild and transform the collaborative relationships between physicians, clinicians, radiologists and the patients they treat.
Gentag CEO John Peeters explains how Gentag is pioneering the future of body computing with zero power NFC sensors that are essentially disposable.
Allscripts and MyCareTeam (MCT) recently launched their integrated diabetes management system to healthcare providers at HIMSS12. Integrating the MyCareTeam application with Allscripts Enterprise EHR is enabling patients and providers to collaborate to better manage diabetes between visits and in the office.
Verizon Enterprise Solutions, Motorola Mobility Inc. and BoxTone are collaborating to develop a comprehensive mobile solution to help satisfy the unique security, reliability and usability requirements of the health care industry.
Heart Pro III is a real step forward for 3D4Medical in terms of education. The updated NOVA apps will all appeal to visual learners of all ages. There is no better app out there for learning cardiac anatomy
An Aruba Networks survey shows 85% of more than 130 hospitals support the Bring Your Own Device initiative for physicians and staff
Personal fitness device maker Striiv reports very encouraging user metrics for the future of mobile health and the quantified self movement.
When my physician peers who know I’m the editor of iMedicalApps get their iPads, one of the most frequent questions I receive is not about the type of app to get — rather, it’s about the type of accessories. I’ve decided to make a summary of the research we’ve conducted at iMedicalApps into a singular […]
Mersey Burns app is the first UK app recognised as a medical device meaning it is now officially regulated by the MHRA who are responsible for the safety of medical devices