Researchers from three institutions set out to improve oral cancer outcomes with the help of a medical app.
A recent survey seeks to figure out whether mobile health apps are useful currently or in the future for health professionals and the patients they serve.
In an increasingly complex healthcare environment seeking to reduce expenditures, increase quality, and improve health, mobile health apps for consumers and the health care industry may offer some useful solutions. 2015 may be the year that some of these solutions come to light.
Apple moves hint at important iOS digital health ecosystem principles & values
The looming Apple Watch has the wearable health market responding with a flurry of activity.
New Adidas miCoach Fit Smart leaves out core features found in other fitness trackers
Google Fit to enable health data sharing for Android users
Three companies emerge as winners of the TripleTree iAward for Connected Health.
Lifestyle and health devices took center stage at the 2013 CES (Consumer Electronics Show). We’re looking forward to these announced products!
Fitness Trackers are an exciting, effective way for medical providers and patients to create lasting, healthy lifestyle change. Here are the best ones
MedStartr launches to bring crowdfunding to healthcare and medicine, filling the hole left by Kickstarter’s policy to explicitly prohibit such projects.
The Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology (ONC) has announced the Ocular Imaging Developer Contest, a new Investing in Innovation Initiative (i2) developer challenge, focused on ending the fragmentation of ophthalmological imaging and patient record-keeping technologies. Ophthalmology specialists use a variety of measurement and imaging devices during exams to produce data and images in […]