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Where Wearable Health Gadgets Are Headed

Where Wearable Health Gadgets Are Headed | health | Scoop.it
In the world of tech, most successful products address serious needs that people have.

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Why Mobile EHR Access is Healthcare’s Next Big Thing - HITECH Answers

Why Mobile EHR Access is Healthcare’s Next Big Thing - HITECH Answers | health | Scoop.it
78 percent of office-based physicians use electronic healthcare records, which means the construction of a nationwide healthcare IT infrastructure is almost complete.

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Apple’s Healthkit: The Obvious Need to Merge Marketing with mHealth Apps

Apple’s Healthkit: The Obvious Need to Merge Marketing with mHealth Apps | health | Scoop.it
Apple is listening. If any company is a leader in Re-Imagining, it’s Apple. Apple has Re-Imagined the music business. The iPhone [...]

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OMsignal raises $10M for health-sensing clothing line

OMsignal raises $10M for health-sensing clothing line | health | Scoop.it

OMsignal manufactures clothing embedded with various health sensors. The shirt captures ECG, activity, breathing patterns and “emotive” states on a continuous basis. A small device that the user must clip on to the shirt sends data from the shirt’s sensors to a companion smartphone app via Bluetooth. Users can then view all of their metrics from the smartphone app. The shirts come in long sleeve, short sleeve, and sleeveless options.


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