Best Android medical apps for physicians
Five startups will make their pitch to four cardiologists & an audience of 250 more
At hxrefactored, David Sobel MD spoke on designing apps for health
Addressing what matters to the patient is a key to successful design.
A platform to easily build HIPAA compliance into your medical app
Promising artificial pancreas study gives hope of automated solution to complexities of diabetes management.
Google Fit to enable health data sharing for Android users
Three companies emerge as winners of the TripleTree iAward for Connected Health.
AirStrip has made plenty of headlines in the past for delivering cutting-edge apps that show live patient monitoring to iOS and Android devices. The company brings ICU, OB & fetal, and cardiology monitoring, in conjunction with nursing notes, order results, and other historical data into a touchscreen-friendly interface. Their work has been featured on Apple’s […]
Passionate, energetic participants drive the interdisciplinary fusion of technology and medicine — computer sciences, information science, electrical engineering with medicine and public health — into the digital health movement. However, many of these participants remain ensnared in silos delineating traditional academic departments in different institutions – a significant barrier to this important collaboration. Robert McCray […]
Humetrix announced a new upgrade of their iBlueButton app to allow caregivers to manage records for themselves and family members, plus share Direct Address links — like an e-mail — to send patients updates to medical records.
Here, we’ll explore how each of these ideas can help drive the development of a stronger evidence base for the use of mhealth tools to drive behavior change.
We share lessons from innovators about how to build an app to drive behavior change.
We spoke with Frank about SPARX, their future plans for addressing co-morbid medical conditions, and how a behavioral science-based video game works not just from the medical perspective, but also from a business and financial perspective.
Psychiatric health conditions and behavioral issues received greater prominence at the 2013 mHealth Summit, with presentations and panels given by prominent national researchers.
A new app store was recently launched at HIMSS’s mHealth Summit 2013 by IMS Health. The app store will not only let physicians and healthcare providers prescribe apps for their patients, but also send the app directly to their patients via secure email and SMS text.
Next week’s 5th annual mHealth Summit (@mhealthsummit, #mHealth13) opens in the Washington, DC metropolitan area, including over 5,000 health & technology developers, policymakers, business leaders, providers, and payers from 60 countries. HIMSS — the Healthcare Information & Management Systems Society — in partnership with the National Institutes of Health, the mHealth Alliance and the Foundation […]
iMedicalApps sat down with Dr. Hudson at the Health 2.0 Silicon Valley 2013 conference and spoke to him about what drives and inspires him.
iMedicalApps had the opportunity to talk with leaders in mobile health Health 2.0’s 7th Annual Convention. They included Pete Hudson, MD, CEO of iTriage, Mantosh Dewan, MD, advisor to CyberDoctor, and Amy Cueva, senior Vice President of HealthOne’s Sermo, founder of Mad*Pow
A panel of physicians and technology experts asserted at Health 2.0’s Open Roundtable on the Underserved that low-income and vulnerable underserved populations are quickly becoming important consumers of healthcare information technology. Those thinking of creating the next big app should consider the underserved market.
Tastemade co-founder Joe Perez introduced a collaboration between his cooking-based YouTube network and USC’s Center for Body Computing.