Best Android medical apps for physicians
This list shows all the Apple ResearchKit apps you can enroll in. Physicians can recommend these apps to their patients.
After a troubled two years, the UK’s National Health Service is closing its Health Apps Library. What can we learn from that experience?
Continuing our series on medical app development for healthcare professionals, we’ll break down your app based on functionality.
OCR launches a new site to help answer questions about HIPAA, inform future guidance for developers of health apps
A report from the IMS Institute finds the health & medical app market is still growing fast, with some surprising insights of characteristics & use.
AstraZeneca partners with Adherium on smart inhaler attachments to track use, detect flairs, and support medication adherence.
American Heart Association releases comprehensive scientific statement reviewing the use of mobile health technology in heart disease prevention.
Yelp plans to incorporate healthcare statistics and patient survey data from ProPublica into reviews of healthcare facilities.
The upcoming Health 2.0 9th Annual Fall Conference in Silicon Valley will take place this October 4-7, 2015, with more than 150 speakers.
Includes ways users put health data at risk , offers a reminder on what clinicians can do to help prevent data loss
Investigators launching pilot study testing modified AliveCor to capture 12-lead ECG and diagnose heart attacks
The UK’s National Health Service is funding a pilot looking at whether continuous monitoring with wearable patch can improve outcomes
For patients given a Fitbit after hospital discharge, those that either didn’t track or intermittently tracked were more likely to be readmitted.
Novartis may include remote monitoring component with soon-to-be blockbuster heart failure drug.
MIT plans to turn their Hacking Medicine program into a nonprofit focused on evaluating & testing digital health technology.
The success of two companies in particular could make this a breakout year for the virtual doctor visit.
By pursuing clinical validation and regulatory approval, Google’s planned medical grade sensor could be a game changer.
A wave of partnerships between accelerators/incubators and health centers could hint at big changes for digital health.
SwipeSense is a startup that has an interesting and slightly more modern approach to improving hand hygiene.
In developing countries within Africa and Asia, an integrated cloud-based mobile-accessible medical record platform is transforming health.