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Our previous articles covered the definition of mobile medical apps and three examples of FDA-approved apps.
How New Apps Save Lives | Blog
Among all the healthcare app choices out there, do some actually have the potential to save someone’s life?
Each day, it is estimated more than 115 people in the US die from an opioid overdose.
Apple is specifically targeting the healthcare industry with the launch of their new Apple Watch along with their Healthkit framework to track and store your health data.
Palo Alto, California —Connecting doctors and patients using technology is no easy task.
The German app company, SmartPatient, who developed the health app MyTherapy for iOS and Android, conducted deep research into pharma mobile application usage and content.
To better understand the trend, we explore one of the biggest players in digital health – Apple.
New research from Parks Associates reveals some interesting information about the usage of care-related apps in the caregiver population.
A recent study of mental health clinicians shows that 73% would find mobile apps useful in their practice1.
Britain’s conservative NHS cooperates with dating app Tinder, whilst big pharmaceutical companies cooperate with Google or Apple.
As it prepares to go public, Uber, which expects to sell an eye-popping $10 billion of stock during its initial public offering, is simultaneously mapping out its continued expansion into health care.
Natural Cycles is a phone app that algorithmically monitors female fertility.
Recent headlines amplify anxiety among parents, but behavioral science provides tools to short-circuit these traps.
Regulatory Rigamarole | Blog
FDA Balancing Act | Blog
Young startups and large corporations are both facing substantial obstacles in the field of mobile health apps, or mHealth apps.
It’s a perfect highlight of what it really takes to earn app adoption: support that goes way beyond the download.
HealthPrize is an adherence app that leverages gaming dynamics to keep users engaged.
A growing number of apps and online services are now providing women with much easier access to birth control prescriptions, and are quietly gaining popularity.
It’s become more and more apparent that the need for comprehensive mental healthcare has exploded.
The Week That Was team is making our grocery list and checking Black Friday sales, eager to try a new turkey brine and score some electronics deals.
With Google, Apple and a slew of other tech companies looking to participate in the health space, Verizon is jumping aboard with their new telemedicine platform “Verizon Virtual Visits”.
Understanding a consumer need for easier access to healthcare, researchers from the University of California in San Francisco are using data from a recent study to explore a new smartphone app that can provide a diagnosis without a trip to the doctor.
Recognizing that the impact of multiple sclerosis (MS) goes beyond the conventionally recognized symptoms, Sanofi has announced a new app to support people with the disease—specifically, their mental health.
A La Carte Genomics | Blog
Apparently my television viewing patterns have put me squarely in the path of DNA Ancestry‘s media buy, and the prospect of learning more about my background and genetic ethnicity is very compelling.
Ok, maybe Huggable is more than an app.
Dating back to 1788, wearables have been around helping individuals, even at their most basic, track our steps to help us better keep track of exercise.
10 Apps For Caregivers | Blog
Many of us are faced with the daunting task of caring for our loved ones.
Apps and devices are being created for entirely new niches that have historically been considered (or not considered at all) laggards in the realm of technology adoption.
From sitting beneath an apple tree to stepping into a bathtub, some of history’s greatest breakthroughs have occurred in the oddest places.
Not long ago, a client described a particular patient type to me.