Overview of how digital health can be used in clinical trials, and missed opportunities.
Tag: mobile health
A systematic review looks at the evidence using mobile health tools on the front lines in global health.
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.
eMocha enables directly observed therapy for tuberculosis using little more than an Android phone
How apps and mobile tech could transform management of psychiatric disease.
How Google Fit and Apple Healthkit will enable accessing standard health metrics.
Physicians from Stanford University are offering a free online course on mobile health.
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.
The Venous Window Needle Guide (VWING) was designed to make cannulation easy
A small spectroscopy device could detect testicular torsion more rapidly than Ultrasound.