In this article, we interview Stacey Chang, Associate Partner and Director of Health & Wellness at IDEO, on what he sees in mobile health technologies and what healthcare professionals — physicians, dentists, pharmacists, and even medical students — should ask themselves when crafting their own apps.
Our roundup of potential uses of Google Glass in healthcare being explored by innovators and researchers today.
Self-tracking devices will increasingly be linked to EHRs, thereby presenting clinicians with an interesting opportunity as well as challenges.
AirStrip has made plenty of headlines in the past for delivering cutting-edge apps that show live patient monitoring to iOS and Android devices. The company brings ICU, OB & fetal, and cardiology monitoring, in conjunction with nursing notes, order results, and other historical data into a touchscreen-friendly interface. Their work has been featured on Apple’s […]
The Union of Syrian Medical Relief Organizations is connecting US Doctors with their Syrian counterparts in order to assist them with the ever-increasing medical needs created by the war in their country which has left over 100,000 dead.
Augmented reality iPad app used in liver surgery to aid tumour resection
Mobile technology offers the opportunity to assess patients in the home environment and reduce costs and overhead by linking data attained from daily measurements with clinical assessment.
Disease management company Healthways is to begin offering telehealth services to patients in Australia. We share a clinical perspective on the keys to success in disease management.
Here at iMedicalApps, we’ve made no secret of our belief that much of what we are seeing emerging in mobile health is in need of a guiding evidence base. Fortunately from the time that we published our first app review more than four years ago to now, we have seen a significant rise in interest […]
Currently very little research has been conducted comparing the difference in the level of care provided between virtual doctor visits and traditional office visits. This study compared the treatment provided for both UTI and Sinusitis, and outcomes associated.
In an effort to decrease costs, UK Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt plans to create a new system of “virtual clinics.” Modeling after systems in India, patients would connect to their physicians using their iPad and Skype.
Qualcomm has announced the launch of the 2Net Platform in Europe to enable telehealth providers and medical device companies quickly deploy mobile health products/services to clients in an effort to lower the cost of chronic disease management.