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Proteus Digital Health study finds system detects pill ingestion 99.1 percent ... - mobihealthnews

Proteus Digital Health study finds system detects pill ingestion 99.1 percent ... - mobihealthnews | The e-health Network | Scoop.it
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Why mHealth must focus on patient outcomes, not 'coolness' - FierceMobileHealthcare (press release)

Why mHealth must focus on patient outcomes, not 'coolness' - FierceMobileHealthcare (press release) | The e-health Network | Scoop.it
Why mHealth must focus on patient outcomes, not 'coolness' FierceMobileHealthcare (press release) "On the behavior change side, I think that's where the real opportunity lies," he says, explaining that by changing patient behavior when it comes to...
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6 Statistics on the Use of mHealth | Gigatown News

6 Statistics on the Use of mHealth | Gigatown News | The e-health Network | Scoop.it
6 Statistics on the Use of mHealth. 1 Aug 2014. Gigaclues. The digital platform of healthcare is becoming more and more widespread. The use of smartphones, tablets and mobile technology are on the rise in the medical field, and consumers ...
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Samsung unveils platform and cloud to collect health data for wearables - CNET

Samsung unveils platform and cloud to collect health data for wearables - CNET | The e-health Network | Scoop.it
Samsung unveils platform and cloud to collect health data for wearables
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Ram Fish, Samsung's VP of digital health, with the Simband James Martin/CNET.
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Solve doctors' problems first, mHealth benefits follow - mHealthNews

Solve doctors' problems first, mHealth benefits follow - mHealthNews | The e-health Network | Scoop.it
Solve doctors' problems first, mHealth benefits follow mHealthNews A new study designed for healthcare marketers sheds some interesting insights on physicians' attitudes toward mHealth – namely, that they're more worried about their own workflows...
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Samsung Wants To Send Your Digital Health Data To the Cloud | Digital - Advertising Age

Samsung looks to be go-to operating system for personal-fitness wearables. http://t.co/085UbkjavI
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Apple and wearable computing: It's the software, stupid

Apple and wearable computing: It's the software, stupid | The e-health Network | Scoop.it
When Apple eventually introduces its vision of a wearable device, we will understand that every other wearable device that preceeded it was nothing more than an abject failure in detail and design. 
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iPhone app screens for skin cancer more accurately than your doctor, shows early testing

iPhone app screens for skin cancer more accurately than your doctor, shows early testing | The e-health Network | Scoop.it
Early testing of an iPhone app developed to detect melanoma - the most dangerous form of skin cancer - found an accuracy rate of around 85 percent. This is similar to that achieved by specialist de...
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From Fuck Cancer's Founder, A New App For People Who Ask "How Can I Help?"

From Fuck Cancer's Founder, A New App For People Who Ask "How Can I Help?" | The e-health Network | Scoop.it
When someone gets sick, well-meaning friends and family often offer help that's not really helpful. New coordinated care app StandWith helps...
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10 digital health startups that pivoted | mobihealthnews

10 digital health startups that pivoted | mobihealthnews | The e-health Network | Scoop.it

The digital health market is growing. Funding for digital health companies reached nearly $700 million in the first quarter of 2014, and grew 87 percent compared to the first quarter of 2013, according to a report from Rock Health. Along the way, digital health startups have reorganized, rebranded, and shifted focus to meet the needs of their customers or to meet the needs of a new customer group.

MobiHealthNews has identified ten startups that have pivoted to reach a new customer or develop an entirely new type of product


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Facebook Expands Mobile App Portfolio with 'Moves' Fitness App Acquisition

Facebook Expands Mobile App Portfolio with 'Moves' Fitness App Acquisition | The e-health Network | Scoop.it
Facebook today announced that it is acquiring mobile fitness app developer ProtoGeo Oy, reports the Wall Street Journal. The Helsinki-based company...
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Why fitness wearables can't be one-size-fits-all

Why fitness wearables can't be one-size-fits-all | The e-health Network | Scoop.it
In order to attain unprecedented adoption, we’ll need to see the creation of devices that address specific market segments so that all of us can be represented in wearables.
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MC10, biopharma company UCB team up on neurolog...

MC10, biopharma company UCB team up on neurolog... | The e-health Network | Scoop.it
Cambridge, Massachusetts-based flexible electronics company MC10 has embarked on its first public partnership with a pharmaceutical company, Belgium-based UCB.
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5 Humble Medical Devices Get an mHealth Makeover | EE Times

5 Humble Medical Devices Get an mHealth Makeover | EE Times | The e-health Network | Scoop.it
Designing medical devices has probably become more complex and exciting with the advent of wireless and smartphone technology. Here are five traditional mHealth devices with a radical mhealth makeover.
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Electronic health record interest, upgrades both rising | Marlin Equipment Finance Media Room

Electronic health record interest, upgrades both rising | Marlin Equipment Finance Media Room | The e-health Network | Scoop.it
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A Startup Making 3-D Printers Accessible To All - Forbes

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A Startup Making 3-D Printers Accessible To All Forbes With this in mind — that 3-D printing could be available to all — the startup called New Matter, based out of technology incubator Idealab in Pasadena, California, is aimed at making and...
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Telementoring just the beginning for Google Glass in medicine - Healio

Telementoring just the beginning for Google Glass in medicine - Healio | The e-health Network | Scoop.it
Telementoring just the beginning for Google Glass in medicine Healio LAS VEGAS — Google Glass, a wearable computer that displays smartphone-like information and responds to voice commands, is already being used for telementoring and telemedicine...
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Samsung announces Simband, a wearables dev kit, to cement leadership in digital health

Samsung announces Simband, a wearables dev kit, to cement leadership in digital health | The e-health Network | Scoop.it
The new modular wrist wearable will pair with a big data platform called SAMI to spur fitness trackers that actually deliver on their promises.
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Asus plans wearable device for Q3

Asus plans wearable device for Q3 | The e-health Network | Scoop.it
Asus may launch its first wearable device in this year's third quarter in line with its growing reliance on devices like smartphones and tablets to drive sales.
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OMsignal unveils 'biometric smartwear' T-shirts for fitness geeks, quantified selfers, and you

OMsignal unveils 'biometric smartwear' T-shirts for fitness geeks, quantified selfers, and you | The e-health Network | Scoop.it
Smart wearables are here, and they're huge. But most of them just hang on your wrist and count your steps.

That's about to change, as your clothing gets smart -- and starts talking.
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This smartphone app can detect skin cancer

This smartphone app can detect skin cancer | The e-health Network | Scoop.it
You can already use your smartphone to do things like hail a pimp ride home or order an artisan pizza, obviously the next step is cancer detection, right? Researchers at the University of Houston think they've created a smartphone app that can detect melanoma even better than your doctor. Called DermoScan, the app works by taking a photo of your odd-shaped mole, and then analyzing it to determine if it might be cancerous. Initial testing found that DermoScan was able to identify skin cancer roughly 85 percent of the time, making it just as effective as visiting a dermatologist and even better at diagnosing melanoma than the average primary care physician.

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Your Big Data Is Worthless if You Don’t Bring It Into the Real World | Opinion | WIRED

Your Big Data Is Worthless if You Don’t Bring It Into the Real World | Opinion | WIRED | The e-health Network | Scoop.it
If the big-data evangelists of Silicon Valley really want to “understand the world” they need to capture both its (big) quantities and its (thick) qualities.
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Web2Doctors's curator insight, April 29, 2014 9:32 AM

Interessante artigo da Wired que afirma que Big Data não é nada sem "Thick Data", a informação rica e contextualizada que você reúne ao se aventurar no mundo real.

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Samsung Gear Fit Review: A Beautiful Wristable Gone to Waste

Samsung Gear Fit Review: A Beautiful Wristable Gone to Waste | The e-health Network | Scoop.it
Samsung's Gear Fit had every chance to be by far the best activity tracker you could own. It isn't. Not by a long shot. And there's nothing sadder than unrealized potential.
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