Researchers at MIT have discovered a way to enhance skin permeability to drugs using ultrasound waves.
Fitbit and Fitbug both introduce new Bluetooth Smart enabled activity monitors to power personalized fitness.
This video will show you how to set up a new iPad for use in a clinical setting from the point when you first turn it on after taking it out of the box
Review of WoundSmart, an app designed for medical professionals who follow and treat wounds
Researchers from East Carolina University, University of North Carolina Chapel Hill and Carnegie Mellon assessed the use of Twitter by the American Society of Nephrology to inform and educate the public about kidney disease at its annual conference referred to as “Kidney Week.”
Archive for the mHealth tweet chat on September 19, 2012, discussing how to obtain sound research to support the enthusiasm for mHealth.
Chicago-based Human Practice launches a new physician recommendation service powered by users’ social network connections for trusted recommendations.
New York City-based startup academy Startup Health has announced the entrepreneurs in its second class of Healthcare Transformers.
Gainesville, FL-based digital health startup RegisterPatient.com has raised $1.1 million to develop its white label practice management solution.
National Public Radio (NPR) announced that Catherine Wong, a 17 year old New Jersey high school junior, won its Joe’s Big Idea competition with an mHealth innovation. The competition is a project of one of NPR Science Correspondent, Joe Palca. It focuses on examining where big ideas arise from and how something moves from an idea to a discovery.
Keeping up on drug shortages can often be overwhelming for most practitioners. RxShortages is a app dedicated to keeping providers updated on current drug shortages in the US through information available from the FDA and ASHP.
Our mHealth chats on Twitter will now take place on the first and third Wednesdays of each month, at 9pm ET.