Preventice is a medical software company in Minneapolis, MN that has recently collaborated with Mayo Clinic in order to bring to market a tiny, remote body monitor.
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AT&T and Intuitive Health are working together to pilot a home-based remote patient monitoring solution that helps engage patients and family members in their own care, while seamlessly involving healthcare providers through integration with their clinical information systems.
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iMedicalApps exclusive of the Endoscync wireless video transmitter that can send endoscopy images to an iPad for viewing
The Merlin.net Patient Care Network for cardiac implantable devices has been upgraded to version 5.0 to include EHR integration and physician alerts
mHealth Research Daily with Tim Bredrup Caregivers of epileptic patients are often concerned about unwitnessed seizures that can cause injury and sometimes even death. In an effort to address this concern, neurologists at Stanford University performed a study to determine if a wrist-worn accelerometer could accurately detect the classic epilepsy seizure known as a tonic-clonic, […]
Berg Insight concludes that around 2.2 million patients worldwide were using remote medical monitoring services as of the end of 2011.
Healthrageous director of business development discusses the quantified self business with iMedicalApps at the 2011 mHealth Summit.
One of the major announcements at this week’s mHealth Summit was made by Qualcomm who introduced a new platform for wirelessly connecting medical devices and declared it open for business. The 2net platform allows any medical device to connect with cloud servers, freeing manufacturers from the complexities of wireless communication.
Details from the first day of the 2011 mHealth Summit, including a speech from keynote speaker Kathleen Sebelius, secretary of HHS and Eric Topol, MD.
A Juniper Research report forecasts mHealth downloads to reach 44 million by next year and 142 million downloads globally by 2016.