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Apple recently released a new detailed list of guidelines when it comes to developing health and medical apps that are helping the FDA enforce guidelines already in place.
Apple CareKit Apps are Live | Blog
Great news for developers, patients, and healthcare professionals: Apple’s CareKit modules are officially up and ready for use on GitHub, and three apps that utilize the CareKit platform are available for download.
The secret power of innovations: The Apple-CareKit: A revolution in health care?
Apple is using the Apple Watch within a secret group of biomedical engineers at Apple to revolutionize the way we monitor blood glucose levels: without a pin prick.
GSK has announced the launch of a new research app that will leverage Apple’s open sourced ResearchKit platform to monitor patients with rheumatoid arthritis.
From tracking steps to monitoring your list of medications, Apple’s Health app has been one of the most well-known health trackers on the market.
Over the past couple months I’ve been lucky enough to give the Apple Watch a trial run.
Apple's CareKit Announced | Blog
Apple’s Carekit was announced yesterday at their annual “Loop You In” event.
Last week, Aetna announced that it is pioneering a unique initiative – the health insurance giant will be the first in its industry to help subsidize the cost of an Apple Watch for some of its members.
With plans to enroll as many as 150,000 American senior citizens, Johnson & Johnson is collaborating with Apple on HEARTLINE, a revolutionary new study to detect atrial fibrillation (AFib), a potentially lethal condition that can lead to heart palpitations and stroke.
Why is it that pharma apps don’t get the same downloads and usage as apps from other industries?
From new hires to emerging partnerships, Apple's recent actions reveal increased focus on revolutionizing healthcare
Last Friday, Apple released its redesigned Watch, and there’s a lot more to catch the eye of our industry than just a 30% larger display.
When he founded Zappos, he fought back the expected drudgery of call-center work with a quirky, first-of-its-kind corporate culture that earned enthusiastic employees.
The FDA approved the first ever watch accessory, an Apple watch band that not only reads your EKG, but will communicate with your physician if results are abnormal.
March’s Apple Live event generated some intriguing buzz around the coveted Apple Watch, along with some innovative updates to Apple’s existing product line.
Today’s best health apps have come a long way from their humble beginnings as simple medication reminders and symptom trackers.
Mobile healthcare apps are revolutionizing the way people approach their health... but are they the be all end all?
Cardiogram, an apple watch app that monitors heart rate, has been shown to be able to predict atrial fibrillation (afib) with 97 percent accuracy.
Distress Signal | Blog
The Israel-based startup’s app, Diabetes Helpers, was an interesting example of how share-economy principles (think peer-to-peer and collaborative like Airbnb or TaskRabbit) could be applied to chronic disease.
Are you using a mobile app to track a health condition, get medical advice, or simply to stay in shape?
Weather Apps, who wins? | Blog
Guessing the number one category of apps used on tablets is a pretty easy one: games.
Apple pioneered it in their stores as a station where customers could belly-up and ask genius ‘bartenders’ questions about devices, apps, and also get their hands on new technology.
Digital health company Peerwell created an app to prepare patients for surgery and, in turn, reduce the amount of time they spend in the hospital.
I haven’t put any data into my Apple Health app.
With the launch of Apple’s Healthkit, mobile app developers are quickly integrating their technologies with the iOS upgrade.
When I watched the Apple Keynote last week, it wasn’t the highly media-hyped Apple Watch, but the Apple Pay feature, that caught my attention.
Consider this scenario: along with a new Rx, the doctor prescribes a companion app to the patient.
Now that we have a better understanding on how medical device apps differ from wellness apps, we wondered – What are other innovative medical apps?
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