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A recent feasibility test on a new telerobotic ultrasound system at the University of Saskatchewan has shown promising results.
A Phoenix-area hospital, Banner Health University, is launching a pilot program for using virtual reality in the delivery room.
A review of the P&M Pregnancy Passport app, a great app for expectant mothers to use during their pregnancy.
Researchers from the University of Virginia used text messaging to promote safe sleeping practices for infants.
Apple is reportedly making a secret push to turn the iPhone into a personal health record.
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.
We talked to Ryan Ribeira MD, the CEO of SimX – a startup that is bringing virtual reality and augmented reality to medical training in an innovative new way.
The FDA is launching a digital health unit with plans to hire 13 full time employees to help step up oversight in this area.
A great app from Dr. Steinberg that helps clinicians figure out the correct type of contraceptive to prescribe for patients.
WebMD’s pregnancy app gets a research component to it with a huge update and integration with Scripps.
The Natural Cycles app utilizes noninvasive measurements and algorithms to determine when females are most fertile.
Researchers used ultrasound and MRI data to create 3D fetal models that can be viewed with an Oculus Rift headset.
OB Calc Pro offers unique functionality that is hard to find in other OB wheel apps.
Maven will allow women to receive free health appointments related to birth control until the end of 2016.
CDC Contraception 2016 is an easy-to-use app that puts the latest Centers for Disease Control (CDC) contraception guidelines in your hands at point-of-care.
The OpenZika project will use the collective power of idling computers worldwide to screen millions of compounds for potential drug therapies against Zika.
If you’re developing a health app, your work doesn’t end with release. Here are some tips and pearls on managing your health app after it hits the market
Popular pocket medical reference guides that have been utilized by physicians and residents for over 20 years.
We look into how you can design a medical app that uses a web server to deliver frequently updated information to your users.
Federal agency issued fine after employee at a skilled nursing facility lost an iPhone with health data on hundreds of patients.