As the global market for drugs surpasses $1 trillion this year, growing payer scrutiny of value for money is just one of the factors that will drive disruptive change in the use of medicines over the next decade.
WDIV Detroit Brandon Roux, son fight Type 1 diabetes together WDIV Detroit That's a device that tests your blood sugar and administers insulin or glucose when needed without any finger pricking or shots or anything.
While the pendulum appears to be swinging in the direction of inexpensive smartphones as sophisticated point-of-care devices, there are reasons to believe it could swing back. (Can smartphones really cut it as diagnostic tools?
Antoinette AlexanderSurescripts has announced that it is experiencing considerable growth in the adoption of broad health information exchanges this year, with the addition of nearly 100 major health systems to its network.
Dartmouth researchers are the first to show how you can use a phone's native sensors to determine mental health. The post Smartphone sensors used to determine mental health appeared first on iMedicalApps.
A new report from Accenture forecasts that investing in digital health startups will more than double in the next few years, to $6.5 billion in 2017. The survey was based on 2,000 startups that received funding from 2008 to 2013.
I was brave (or stupid enough) to download iOS8 on my iPhone recently. It was neat to see a Health icon pop up on the home screen, and I had a chance to give it a quick look. I think Health is going to lead the market, but not dominate.
The iPhone has many uses and application in the field of medicine, to either have an original role as a medical device, or to amplify, or enpower another device (RT @OrangeHCare: #mhealth: Top Ten Medical Uses of the #iPhone
I recently wrote a blog on why mHealth companies need to develop a mobile strategy.Â Â Now that you are thinking [...] (RT @Modallic: 7 Ideas to Create the Best Mobile Website for your #mHealth Company http://t.co/5KI0MTo4W2)...
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