There are indeed many beautiful alternatives out there, whether you are searching for the best apps available to keep you focused or the best exercise apps to spice up your routine. Apps such as this make it easy to take your exercise everywhere, particularly when traveling or even when everything gets too crowded. Suppose you’d[ Read More ]
Source: https://unsplash.com/photos/S_mbwy4gxOk Who would have said that smartphones would become a super important tool for managing our health ten years ago? If you are having diabetes you can download an app that will assist you with your exercise, diet, symptoms and glucose monitoring. It doesn’t matter whether you are newly diagnosed or you have a[ Read More ]
Anxiety and Depression can be very debilitating conditions. One leaves the sufferer without the motivation to get out of bed in the morning and the other can spell disaster for normal day to day functioning. As our understanding of these conditions has improved so have the treatment methods. In the 1800s the accepted understanding of[ Read More ]
Lessons from HIMSS 2018: The Need for Cloud, “Killer Apps” and Connectivity, But Are They Already Here?
By Donald Voltz, MD, Aultman Hospital, Department of Anesthesiology, Medical Director of the Main Operating Room, Assistant Professor of Anesthesiology, Case Western Reserve University and Northeast Ohio Medical University In his HIMSS keynote address, Alphabet’s former executive chairman and now current technical advisor Eric Schmidt warned attendees that the “future of healthcare lies in the[ Read More ]
Reckless Driving is Still the Leading Cause of Car Accidents, and the Role of Technology in Reducing That
Every year, there are tens of thousands of auto accidents that occur which result in serious injury or death. The possibility that these accidents could have been prevented may stem from the behavior of the person behind the wheel. Either through impaired driving from drugs or alcohol, or distractions involving mobile technology, or some other[ Read More ]