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Google's Project Ara could reinvent the way we buy and upgrade our smartphones.
Some love it and some hate it, but either way Google’s head-mounted wearable technology, Glass, is increasingly being used by researchers, developers and entrepreneurs in ...
Swedish digital health startup LifeSum announces a $6.7 million Series A round led by German-based Bauer Media Group and Palo Alto-based SparkLabs Global Ventures.
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The SMART platform (Substitutable Medical Apps and Reusable Technology), an ONC-funded, Boston Children’s Hospital-led effort to encourage the development of modular apps for EHRs, has announced an advisory committee to help support the growth of...
Venture capital funding for health IT continued at "an astonishing pace" during first quarter of 2014, with the sector raising its highest infusion of cash in a single quarter to date,...
Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital has begun working with a startup called Wearable Intelligence to deploy Google Glass in the emergency department.
With consumers entranced by fast-evolving technologies and accustomed to price competition, healthcare is set to be transformed by innovations from other sectors of the economy such as retail and telecommunications, according to a new study by...
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 (5 ways Google Glass will innovate healthcare...
In the ideation process that I use in my consulting work helping companies develop successful mHealth services I find it very helpful to make teams aware that building mHealth strategies focused on what Clinicians tell them ...
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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.
HIStalk Connect’s Q1 2014 digital health research review consolidates the most significant research findings from across the digital health sector throughout the last quarter.
Pulse+IT Magazine - Australasia's First and Only eHealth and Health IT Magazine (http://t.co/uC3q65aDmy)
As mobile healthcare technology emerges as a mainstream staple of modern healthcare, a growing number of app developers want to break into this
Home-cooked food doesn't come with a nutritional label. The Situ aims to make it easier to track what you're gobbling down in your kitchen.What's the nutritional value of your food?
In an article recently reported by PR Web, telehealth provider, MeMD, has announced coverage for all 50 states and the District of Columbia. Now, patients can see a doctor virtually, via web cam, from anywhere in the U.S. Telehealth may seem a like a futuristic avenue for medicine, but it is here to stay. Our society has increasingly become an 'on demand' society and telehealth fits that model.
Federal mHealth Report ReleasedHealth IT Outcomes (press release)According to mHealth News, this widely anticipated report also makes final how health technology, specifically mHealth, will be regulated.
Digital health is the big umbrella term—that includes talking to a nurse on Skype or logging into a patient portal to schedule a doctor s visit Within that field there s an explosion in
The first three months of 2014 have proven to be eventful. Among arguably much more important events, Apple hired a whole lot of medical sensor experts for some unknown reason – most suspect for the rumored iWatch.
Only 15 percent of consumers use a nutrition-tracking website or mobile app to stay healthy, according to a Nielsen survey of 471 respondents called the Health and Wellness survey conducted in February 2014.
Lowell, MA-based patient home monitoring startup InfoBionic announces a $17 million Series B round led by Safeguard Scientifics, with additional contributions from returning investors: Mass Medical Angels (MA2), Broadview Ventures, TiE, Beta Fund,...
It is now official: you must wait until 2015 to use ICD-10 code W6112XA – struck by macaw.President Barack Obama has indeed signed the SGR patch legislation -- which includes another delay of ICD-10 implementation, to Oct.