Apple Watch app will let users control blood pressure monitor and review data, including for family members
Tag: home monitoring
A recent study explores how passively collected data can be used to remotely detect low mood and depression.
A group of students at BYU have created wireless baby socks that monitor vital signs.
Scientist at the Photon Institute at the University of Manchester have developed a “magic carpet” capable of monitoring the gait of individuals.
Preventice is a medical software company in Minneapolis, MN that has recently collaborated with Mayo Clinic in order to bring to market a tiny, remote body monitor.
AirStrip Technologies CEO Alan Portela speaks to iMedicalApps about how his company has made mobility a must-have at hospitals across the US.
Recent data from a year-long pilot study performed by Alere Health found that at-home blood pressure monitoring increased medication compliance among coronary artery disease (CAD) patients and reduced blood pressure levels in 98.4% of the home monitoring population.
AT&T and Intuitive Health are working together to pilot a home-based remote patient monitoring solution that helps engage patients and family members in their own care, while seamlessly involving healthcare providers through integration with their clinical information systems.
Berg Insight concludes that around 2.2 million patients worldwide were using remote medical monitoring services as of the end of 2011.
Researchers at Worcester Polytechnic Institute received a $1.2 million grant from the National Science Foundation to develop a smartphone diabetes app
iBGStar made big news after getting FDA clearance. So now the question is how will it fit in when it comes to real world management of diabetes.
San Diego-based Sotera Wireless today announced they have raised an additional $12.2M in a Series D round and have signed a strategic partnership with Cerner to distribute their ViSi Mobile system when it receives anticipated FDA approval in Q1 of 2012.