Evidation Health and Shepherd Hospital to study digital health technology in patients with neurologic disease, starting with multiple sclerosis.
A recent study investigated the use of a smartphone app to reduce symptoms after a concussion with promising results.
Using the iPhone for evaluating symptoms, researchers have created a ResearchKit concussion study app.
A study from the Cleveland Clinic reports on their experience with a CT equipped mobile stroke team, including impact on time to CT and tPA.
University of Nebraska Medical Center has launched the ResearchKit app HAND in HAND to better understand HIV-associated neurocognitive diseases.
The Healthy Brain app enrolls patients in a research registry focused on brain health, providing tools to assess and manage risk factors.
Researchers from the University of Calgary use smartwatches to diagnose different types of tremors.
Study in PLoS One presents validation data for app designed by Japanese researchers.
Smartphone games used to perform detailed assessments of cognition.
Neuroscientists at the Cleveland Clinic have developed an iPad-based tool for assessing disability and symptoms from multiple sclerosis.
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