Extensive review of the key health apps to prescribe to patients based on their disease pathology and their health needs.
Continuing our series on medical app development for healthcare professionals, we’ll break down your app based on functionality.
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.
Key takeaways from digital health survey exploring the receptiveness of Americans to digital health tech
A recent flurry of FDA approvals suggests a higher priority on speeding the pace of innovation.
How apps and mobile tech could transform management of psychiatric disease.
AHA’s stroke recognition app should be prescribed by doctors to patient’s at risk of stroke.
Microsoft’s Nokia Lumia will be part of a study to manage diabetes in the medicaid population.
An implantable birth control device is being developed that can be controlled remotely.
Pavlok is a wearable device being developed to force good habits through negative reinforcement
This study shows hand hygiene could keep mobile devices from acting as reservoirs for pathogenic bacteria.