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10 Key Statistics About mHealth

Matt Mattox | Axial Exchange | January 15, 2013

Since the original iPhone launch in 2007 and the iPad launch in 2010 the blistering pace of smartphone and tablet adoption has impacted virtually every industry. [...] Read More »

10 Promising Technologies Assisting the Future of Medicine and Healthcare

Bertalan Mesko | LinkedIn Pulse | March 10, 2016

Technology will not solve the problems that healthcare faces globally today. And the human touch alone is not enough any more, therefore a new balance is needed between using disruptive innovations but still keeping the human interaction between patients and caregivers. Here are 10 technologies and trends that could enable this...

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10 Sensor Innovations Driving The Digital Health Revolution

Stephen Davies | Bionic.ly | March 6, 2013

[...] Digital sensors of the touch, sight, hearing, taste and smell kind along with their potential are all profiled by I.B.M. Sensor technology is going through a renaissance as companies develop smart and innovative new ways to track data using them. Read More »

6 Mobile Health Apps For Healthcare Professionals Or Patients

Jamar Ramos | HIT Consultant | May 31, 2013

6 innovative mobile health apps that offer support for both healthcare professionals and patients to take ownership of their healthcare experience. Read More »

6 Shifts In The Use Of Digital Platforms

Sohini Bagchi | CXOtoday | July 16, 2013

With digital activities growing rapidly in every sphere of life, consumers – both enterprise and end users - are changing the ways they use digital platforms today. Read More »

6 Smartphone Apps To Help Fight Hurricane Sandy's Fury

Ian Paul | TechHive | October 29, 2012

If you live in the Northeastern United States and are bracing for Hurricane Sandy's wallop, your smartphone can become a handy tool if disaster strikes. Read More »

A Revolution in Mobile Technologies is Taking Place in India

Anand Chandrasekaran | LinkedIn | May 26, 2014

Everyone knows India has changed in very obvious ways since the explosion of the technology economy...But what most Indians haven’t seen first hand is the revolution that mobile technology is bringing about in the small towns and rural areas of India...

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All You Need To Know About The Firefox OS

Anuradha Shetty | Tech2 | July 22, 2013

An updated version of the Firefox OS – v1.1 – is available for download for Geeksphone Keon and Peak smartphone owners now... Read More »

AMA CEO Calls Digital Products Modern-Day ‘Snake Oil’

Greg Slabodkin | Health Data Management | June 13, 2016

When it comes to electronic health record technology, the American Medical Association has been an outspoken critic about what it perceives as the shortcomings of EHRs, voicing the widespread dissatisfaction of the doctors who use the systems. However, the nation’s largest physician group is now taking aim at new and emerging health IT technologies—such as mobile healthcare apps—that it believes are leading to practice disruption...

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Americans Want Health Via Smart Phones

Matt Mattox | Axial Exchange | June 19, 2013

At Axial, we have a good perspective on the mobile health revolution. Read More »

Android Shines As A Mobile Platform

Andrew Fraser | sctimes.com | February 9, 2013

Android captured a reported 70 percent of the global smartphone share in the last quarter of 2012, solidifying its position as a popular and solid Apple iOS alternative. Read More »

App Aims To Reduce Maternal Mortality

Cathleen O'Grady | ITWeb | July 23, 2013

Hesperian Health Guides has developed a smartphone application designed to guide pregnant women, midwives and health workers in rural areas through a safe pregnancy and delivery. Read More »

Apple Continues Hiring Raid On Medical Sensor Field As It Develops Eye Scanning Technology

Mark Gurman | 9To5Mac | January 17, 2014

Apple is moving to expand its personnel working on wearable computers and medical-sensor-laden devices by hiring more scientists and specialists in the medical sensor field. Apple began work in earnest on a watch-like device late last decade, and it has worked with increasing efficiency and more dedicated resources on the project over the past couple of years. [...] Read More »

Apple Isn’t the Only One to Blame for Smartphone Labor Abuses

Marcus Wohlsen | WIRED | December 19, 2014

Apple is an easy target and, in a way, the most deserving. As the most valuable company in the world, it deserves exceptional scrutiny...

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Apple Watch: All Hype Or Some Hope For Healthcare?

Eric Wicklund | mHealth News | September 10, 2014

Apple unveiled its eagerly-anticipated Watch on Tuesday and some mHealth experts are already saying it is just another smartwatch — albeit one with tremendous potential to legitimize the market...

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