The American Telemedicine Association launches online petition in support of comprehensive reform of medical licensure regulations to remove barriers currently preventing patients from accessing the specialists best suited to treat their condition.
Scripps Whittier Diabetes Institute received a $250,000 grant to launch a text messaging campagin in an underserved diabetic Hispanic community.
We look at apps that claim to calculate insulin regimens. As far as apps go, they aren’t half bad. As far as medical apps go, they represent a potential danger for patients.
With the death of Steve Jobs, a reflection of three aspects of Steve’s vision that physicians admired the most.
FDA clearance increasing as Mobisante recently received approval for its ultrasound device which converts a smarphone into a portable ultrasound device.
NYU-based BioSignal Group has submitted their microEEG system to the FDA for pre-market approval, sets a high standard for ambulatory EEG Bluetooth amplifier design.
Sony has acquired Micronics Inc. which does R&D of near patient Point of Care devices and products for disease diagnosis and treatment monitoring.
A review of a collection of pathogenic organisms apps released by Allogy interactive and based on the Sherris Medical Microbiology text.
Deployable staff use the updated MC4 app to document and track patient care, digitally manage medical supplies and monitor health in the combat zone on tablets.
Tim Cook, CEO of Apple, has announced that over 80 percent of hospitals in the US are now testing or piloting iPad
Chicago-based Wave Technology Group has unveiled screenshots of their ambulatory EEG real-time seizure monitoring application.
This initiative seeks to take mHealth to the most underserved populations, which is where it may get the most bang for the buck.