Boston Children’s has launched a research app called Feverprints.
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Harvard Health Info is a pilot medical app that is a partnership between IBM Watson, GenieMD, and Harvard.
Orca Health, a Utah-based startup, has partnered with Harvard Medical School to create a series of apps and iBooks to help patients learn about their own conditions. Currently, they have an app, Heart Decide, and four iBooks: Angina, Angioplasty, Atherosclerosis, and Cardiac Catheterization.
MyKinergy, developed by Kinergy Health, was selected as the winner of the Patient Engagement Blue Button Challenge sponsored by The Advisory Board Company.
Singularity University graduate students develop MedSensation Tricorder Glove to “quantify touch” and bring self-diagnostics to everyone.
Because medical devices commonly use standard PC’s running mainstream operating systems they are often at risk to security vulnerabilities and require frequent updates of the software. Wireless connections pose a similar threat by exposing medical devices to potential malware and researchers have conducted a study that indicates the US may not be doing an adequate job of tracking these vulnerabilities and risks.
Rock Health selects six digital health startups for its new summer program hosted by Harvard Medical School beginning in late June.
The Boston Globe is reporting today that the Rock Health, the San Francisco based health startup accelerator, will be opening up a Boston branch this Summer. The program is already accepting applications. Reportedly several Boston based entrepreneurs are already signed up as mentors, including Jason Jacobs of RunKeeper, Ben Rubin of Zeo, Erika Pabo of […]
Maria Ly talks to iMedicalApps about Skimble, one of the most popular fitness apps having recently passing the two million download milestone.
Healthrageous director of business development discusses the quantified self business with iMedicalApps at the 2011 mHealth Summit.
Rock Health (@Rock_Health) has opened applications for a second class of companies to join its San Francisco-based incubator. The program begins in the middle of January and concludes with demo day in the middle of June. Selected applicants will each receive: $20K startup grant Expert medical support from Mayo Clinic, Harvard, UCSF and Cincinnati Children’s […]
There has been a flurry of H1N1 applications, and they are all a bit hard to differentiate. There is a notable app that was recently released. The app, HMSMobile Swine Flu Center, was developed by Harvard Medical School and costs $1.99. This is the first Swine Flu App in the App Store with a big-time […]