The looming Apple Watch has the wearable health market responding with a flurry of activity.
Tag: quantified self
We reviewed over 1000 abstracts in search of studies using apps for self-management of hypertension as well as a host of meta-analyses, reviews, and guidelines to identify key features that we think are likely to help our patients be more successful. Here’s what we found.
Self-tracking devices will increasingly be linked to EHRs, thereby presenting clinicians with an interesting opportunity as well as challenges.
Scientist at the Photon Institute at the University of Manchester have developed a “magic carpet” capable of monitoring the gait of individuals.
The US Olympic Cycling team is trading their personal activity data during the London Games for wearable sensors in an effort to improve performance.
Gympact raises $850K seed round to take healthy incentive platform beyond the gym by integrating with fitness tracking apps and wearable sensors.
Notch launches smartphone app for creating beautiful infographics out of the personal activity data collected using consumer fitness devices.
Personal fitness device maker Striiv reports very encouraging user metrics for the future of mobile health and the quantified self movement.
Jawbone UP users are offered a full refund by the company after reports of widespread failure by early adopters.
Healthrageous director of business development discusses the quantified self business with iMedicalApps at the 2011 mHealth Summit.
Scosche MyTrek is a Bluetooth enabled armband and wireless pulse monitor, a comfortable workout tool for managing pulse, training type, calories burned and more using with a complimentary iPhone/iPod app.