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mobihealthnews FDA clears GlobalMed's medical imaging cloud software mobihealthnews GlobalMed CapSure Cloud Scottsdale, Arizona-based GlobalMed, a maker of connected health devices and software platforms, received FDA 510(k) clearance for its...
e-pill Medication Reminders (Wellesley, Mass) has released a new drug dispenser for people with disabilities with poor hand dexterity. The e-pill Station is a fully stand-alone device that easily dispenses pills into a metal cup.
Is the ROI for remote patient monitoring programs really worth all the effort? A new tool is entering the healthcare space in hopes of providing a more complete and comprehensive answer to this complex, multifaceted question.
Looking forward to chairing the Going Mobile Summit on the 18th June 2013 next week at Croke Park in Dublin.
New York Cardiovascular Associates Launches Social Media Campaign to ... Newsday New York Cardiovascular Associates promotes foot Health awareness with ideas to keep feet healthy. New York City, NY (PRWEB) June 08, 2013.
MediCalc is a free iOS medical app that includes hundreds of medical calculators
This comprehensive app contains useful guidelines on the management of AKI in a structured format.
RT @QuintePediatric: Social media in health care: Why it matters http://t.co/C6zOZyANOl Will you be part of the movement?
Apple is apparently raising the bar for makers of mobile health apps looking to gain access to the Apple App Store.
CeQur Ltd. is an insulin therapy startup based in Switzerland and Massachusetts focusing on a compact 3-day insulin delivery device named PaQ.
A new pilot program announced by the UC San Diego Health System will explore how telemedicine can potentially address and mitigate overcrowding and patient wait times in the emergency room.
Seamless Medical gets $2M to bring iPads to waiting rooms mobihealthnews “I basically got started because I was a patient and I was sitting in the waiting room in my doctor's office and had this clipboard and this stack of papers I was filling...
If you were insistent upon setting foot on a continent where mHealth adoption isn’t growing by leaps and bounds every day, you would have to travel to Antarctica.
Starting next month Medicare patients with diabetes who receive their diabetes testing supplies via mail order may or may not notice any changes, but after negotiating prices down, CMS is set to start paying the mail order diabetes supply companies...
5 ways hospitals can use social media Healthcare Finance News Social media isn't just a fad any more, it's a necessity for businesses small and large -- including for hospitals.
Check out http://wirelesshealthstrategies.com! A comprehensive listing of health innovation plus healthcare and life sciences investor conferences occurring around the globe.
The 2010 Dietary Guidelines for Americans provides evidence-based nutrition information and advice for people age 2 and older. (#DietaryGuidelines in the social media age. Will this bring greater transparency, accountability to the process?
Canada is proving to be fertile ground for mHealth. Incredibly, approximately two out of every three Canadians now use smartphones and tablets to access mobile healthcare either for themselves or for their family members.
A new Kalorama report points to dramatic growth in the telemedicine market over the last five years. In particular, telemedicine patient monitoring ballooned from $4.2 billion in 2007 to north of $10 billion in 2012.
Doctors 2.0 and You was an amazing event again! It collects all the experts, doctors, e-patients, pharma companies and start-ups in this area.
There was a time in the not too distant past that a business’s reputation was made or ruined by word-of-mouth peer reviews or a call to the Better Business Bureau.