Best Android medical apps for physicians
Author: Greg von Portz
California-based medical health company Carrot Inc. recently announced that its Carbon Monoxide Breath Sensor System (COBSS) has been approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) with 501(k) clearance for over-the-counter use.
Apple, Verily, and Samsung are among the companies joining FDA program that aims to get digital health products to market faster.
Researchers from several universities presented results of studies using Kardia Mobile for atrial fibrillation screening
Caremap is a CareKit enabled app developed by Boston Children’s Hospital with Duke Health System for parents to track their kids health.
New York-Presbyterian Komansky Children’s Hospital has announced that the launch of virtual doctors visits for kids via the NYP OnDemand app.
A study from Canada Health Infoway asked patients and clinicians how telemedicine visits impacted their day to day lives.
Interesting digital health stories clinicians will actually care about. This week, we see a former digital health pioneer bite the dust, NASA’s plan for health in space, and more.
Apple is reportedly making a secret push to turn the iPhone into a personal health record.
Montefiore is piloting the Valera mental health app to add messaging, remote assessment, and other care tools to their practice.
Global Kinetics study to test its wearable device for management of Parkinson’s disease, on the heels of sharing insights from its current real-world data.
FDA Director Scott Gottlieb has announced big changes in how the FDA approaches digital health, including plans for third party certification.
Medable’s new Synapse platform will make it easier for healthcare organizations to launch patient care apps using Apple’s CareKit.
Health 2.0 is partnering with Lucro to launch a digital health match-making service to pair healthcare providers with a need to digital health companies that can help.
The FDA is launching a digital health unit with plans to hire 13 full time employees to help step up oversight in this area.
The AMA will work with Indian University and the Regenstrief Institute to launch a EHR training program for medical students.
Litmus Health is offering researchers and academics the opportunity to use their large database of mobile health metrics for publication opportunities.
A recent review of the privacy policies for medical apps continues to show huge gaps.
We need to take reports of Apple Watch monitoring glucose levels with a grain of salt..
Unfortunately a large amount of “snake oil” medical apps continue to plague mobile app store.
Example of 3D printing being utilized to make quick medical instruments in resource limited areas.