mHealth & apps

Hospital And Clinic Revenue Drivers For 2018—the Interoperability Of Wellness, Chronic Care And Service Care Transitions

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. Board-certified in anesthesiology and clinical informatics, Dr. Voltz is a researcher, medical educator, and entrepreneur. With more than 15 years of experience in healthcare, Dr. Voltz

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Why Medical Companies Should Change Their Approach

The modern age belongs to mobile technologies, and most industries have realized this fact. Healthcare and pharmaceutical companies are no exceptions, and this is why pharma mobile apps development for medical care is on the rise. Doctors are endorsing mobile technologies, and the pharmaceutical companies will have to make adjustments quickly. Just in 2015, 76%

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Pencil-like spectrometer connects to smartphones for easy imaging

New research published the journal Biomedical Optics Express describes a smartphone-compatible spectrometer held and directed like a pencil. According to the article’s authors, this novel device could be implemented at the point of care to diagnose medical conditions, while its ease of use and availability could greatly increase the generation of spectral image data for

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A doctor used this iPhone ultrasound machine to diagnose his own cancer

Vascular surgeon John Martin was feeling some discomfort in his throat. So he decided to investigate the problem by testing out a pocket-sized ultrasound device, created by the Connecticut-based Butterfly Network, where he is chief medical officer. According to MIT Technology Review, when he used the Butterfly iQ, a hand-held imaging machine for ultrasounds that

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