At CES 2012, Qualcomm announced Snapdragon processors will power mobile medical devices and announced the Qualcomm Tricorder X Prize.
mHealth Research Daily, with Tim Bredrup The effects of stress on health have been a main focus area for public health research, but progress has been limited due to a lack of wearable sensors that can be worn effectively in the field. Researchers at Ohio State University recently analyzed wireless, wearable sensors that are a […]
Berg Insight concludes that around 2.2 million patients worldwide were using remote medical monitoring services as of the end of 2011.
A review of the ECG Notes by SkyScape for the Blackberry platform.
Physician social network Sermo loses co-founders to spin-off company which will be a matchmaker for physicians and patients.
by Tim Bredrup Healthline releases its top 10 health-related searches performed by smartphones and tablets in 2011 According to researchers, diseases were searched five times more often then symptoms while mobile searches tended to search for more private health matters than desktop searches. Read the remaining details here: press release | http://www.healthline.com Mobile health care provider […]
mHealth Research Daily, with Tim Bredrup With the growth of mobile health in recent years, learning through the use of mobile devices (mobile learning [mLearning]) has gained recognition as a potential method for increasing healthcare providers’ access to medical information and resources in resource-limited settings. To further explore the role of smart phone based mLearning, […]
NYC-based Blueprint Health, a digital health affiliate of TechStars Network, announces its charter class of resident startups at their new SoHo loft.
First Choice Home Health & Hospice of Utah saves more than $500,000 annually by using Windows Phones to electronically file paperwork by traveling clinicians
mHealth Research Daily, with Tim Bredrup Common immediate life-threatening conditions such as apnea (APN) and pneumothorax (PTX) can be easily ruled out by performing an ultrasound that visualizes a respiratory motion known as lung sliding (LS). Institutions from around the world collaborated on a study that assessed how economically and practically this information could be […]
A detailed comparison of the top anatomy apps currently available for the iPad based on the following essential functions: content, ease of use, quality of anatomical illustrations and overall benefit to practicing physicians
Drug.com’s app for consumers provides the same content as the website, but the pricing may outweigh the app’s utility.