Google Glass--no longer just a hopeful idea or cool trend--is slowly but surely disrupting healthcare for the better as various innovaters come up with creative ways to use the technology and get results (RT: @giasison: 5 ways Google Glass will INNOVATE...
Get Care4Today™ Mobile Health Manager and Medication Reminder on the App Store. See screenshots and ratings, and read customer reviews. (RT @abowy: #Care4Today Mobile Health Manager debuts in the UK. Medication reminders and family support.
Mobile devices, wireless tools and targeted applications are enabling better care for patients and doctors alike. The virtuous cycle of ... (RT @hdconsortium: 247 Million Americans have downloaded a health app.
There are 85 billion neurons in the typical human brain with 100 trillion connections between them. Scientists have an ambitious project under way to map every single one of them. Here's why and how they're trying to do it.
TODAYonline New apps to help doctors offer healthcare services beyond clinics TODAYonline The apps, called Smart Ageing, Heartsmart and Health Abacus are delivered on a mobile app platform called “Borderless Clinic”.
Are you afraid to fly, needles or spiders? Phobious is a Spanish App that will help you overcome your fears, “it's based on a gradual desensitization by a virtual exposure, which treats your fears”. (RT @MWC_Barcelona: Afraid of Spiders?
It’s an exciting time in digital health right now. The industry is going mainstream, becoming more consumer focused and large well-known multinational corporations are beginning to put the necessary infrastructure in place to capitalize on the oncoming digital health revolution.
These are the cash-rich forward-thinking companies that, over the last fifteen years, have changed the way we interact with technology and, perhaps more importantly, change the way we live our lives forever. They’re about to do the same all over again but in a deeper and more personal way.
Which companies am I describing? Apple and Google of course.
Both tech giants have been on a hiring and acquiring spree in the last couple of years and both are bringing in the necessary talent, expertise and IP to take digital health in to the home and the body. Both Apple and Google and their iOS and Android mobile operating systems stand to benefit from digital health profoundly so it’s little wonder why both companies are investing in this space.
Healthcare leaders invest in Wellframe's $1.5M seed round mHealthNews Wellframe delivers a mobile platform for care management to healthcare stakeholders looking to amplify their human resources to better engage more patients.
More and more physicians and patients are using an increasing number of mobile healthcare apps, healthcare apps which enable an almost unlimited range of health-related functions, from an individual patient controlling their diabetes, to monitoring...
Robust growth ahead for global mHealth market FierceMobileHealthcare (press release) While the global mHealth market is expected to hit $21.5 billion in four years, with to an annual grow rate of 54.9 percent, a new analysis also reveals North...