Arizona State researchers developed a health app that avatars to help teens change how they perceive themselves.
Researchers from Harvard’s School of Public Health have shown that Pokemon Go does get people moving more but that effect doesn’t last.
The University of Michigan’s SCI Hard gaming app is designed to help pediatric patients cope with spinal cord injuries.
Akili has focused on using games to treat a variety of cognitive disorders. With a lot of new funding in hand, is gamification ready for prime time?
The American Red Cross Monster Guard app is a great emergency preparedness and disaster response tool.
PT app that utilizes Xbox Kinect and Wii in order to teach physical therapy exercises.
Developed by a team at Johns Hopkins, Bandit’s Shark Showdown using “Pixar grade” quality in a game that doubles as a stroke app.
A recent study investigated the use of a smartphone app to reduce symptoms after a concussion with promising results.
An app that tries to spice up medical education with engaging and fun games.
iConcur is a game for anesthesiologists developed by the maker of anesthesia drug Ultiva, mixing questions about anesthesia & random trivia.
Three companies emerge as winners of the TripleTree iAward for Connected Health.
Gamification is a big trend in mobile health. Here, we see what insights award-winning Litesprite has for others interested in going down that path.