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Health-related genetic test service put on hold pending US regulatory review
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Mega Electronics (Kuopio , Finland) has received FDA approval for the eMotion ECG Mobile, an Android-based continuous electrocardiography monitoring system, MobiHealthNews has reported.
A survey from Intel suggests that 57 percent of people worldwide believe hospitals will be obsolete at some point in the future.
Here we go again! As I've stated many times before, no pictures in the hospital and no posting them on social networking sites.
A study by Vanderbilt University finds that using natural language processing technology to examine electronic health record data has helped identify patients with multiple sclerosis and track the disease's progression.
Currently there is an explosion of interest in personal digital devices and apps that track an individual's health data primarily for their own consumption and interpretation. Every week new products are launched that aim to measure ...
Michael JohnsenPharmacy Quality Solutions on Monday announced that it will collaborate with Cardinal Health to help 600 community pharmacies track their performance on Medicare Part D Star measures.
mobihealthnews US seniors want more online, mobile health tools mobihealthnews accenture seniors Older Americans are using the internet more and more, and they are particularly interested in using online and mobile technology for health-related...
Telemanagement Trove of public health data to help fight deadly contagious diseases Telemanagement In an extraordinary windfall for the public access to health data, University of Pittsburgh Graduate School of Public Health scientists have...
News from Rutgers Battling Cancer with Big Data News from Rutgers The scientists at RDI receive patient tissue samples from the Cancer Institute that have been digitized at high-resolution and work closely with the institute's medical imaging...
Contrary to conventional wisdom, medical students do not always flock to mobile devices for educational or clinical uses. They need a good reason to incorporate smartphones and tablets into their learning, a recently published study suggests.
Today, three out of four healthcare professionals use a smartphone and a growing number use their smartphones for health-related content and job seeking.
The company says Docnet is more than a social site—it's a hub that merges networking, research and financial (as in Sunshine) resources.
Biometrics tends to summon visions of retina scanners and other high tech applications you’d expect to find in a Mission Impossible movie.
Vancouver Sun Public Health Departments Use Social Media for Education and Monitoring iHealthBeat Social media platforms have garnered growing interest as a tool for public health communications.
Farris Timimi, M.D thoughts on social media engagement ...All too often, health care providers view health care social media as a risk more than an opportunity, which can lead to risk-averse avoidance of online engagement. But not participating with our patients online ignores two facts:
These facts highlight the reality that health care and social media are already “living together.” In marrying the two we can help legitimize the relationship for the good of our patients and society.
As health care providers, we must walk with our patients as they journey from health to illness, and from illness to recovery. Social networks allow us to share content and join conversations that reach beyond the confines of time and space.
We must be present in those conversations. This is the future of health care.