During the first day of exhibits at the the 2013 mHealth Summit I met Erika O’Donohoe, Director of Client Services and Support, of Propeller. Propeller is a respiratory disease management company, and Erika showed me their bluetooth enabled sensor which helps those with asthma and COPD avoid attacks and adhere to their prescribed doses.
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A toothbrush created from a 3D model of your own mouth has been created by Blizzident.
iMedicalApps interviews Eric Huynh, Senior Project Manager of Azumio, on what it’s like working in the mobile health industry.
Google glass gets used by a surgeon in the operating room for the first time
Beginning June 1st, the American Psychiatric Association will publish their first DSM-5 app based on the Desk Reference to the Diagnostic Criteria from DSM-5.
The US Food and Drug Administration has begun to flex their regulatory muscles with regard to mobile medical devices.
Are we at the point of ‘app overload’? A recent study argues that we are, and makes suggestions on how to fix the problem.
Recently, there have been numerous studies reviewing what types of apps are available for medical specialties. In a recent review of oncology apps, a lack of evidence was noted within half of the apps.
Disease surveillance in the community could be attained through disease related social media websites via patient participation.
Simplee is an online service that helps patients with the management of their healthcare finances.
Better is a healthcare concierge app with access to the knowledge and expertise of Mayo Clinic.
Doctors have replaced 75% of a patient’s skull with an implant created by a 3D printer.