Apple's CareKit is now available to the open source community Github, a move the company believes will spur app development and new tools to the healthcare framework, it announced last week.
A digital health venture by Boston Children's Hospital will focus on the integration of mHealth into research on a particular illness--in this case, fever.
This week we report on a study that found a dozen wearables aren't producing reliable or accurate data when it comes to energy expenditure tracking--and it's unfortunate news for patients and consumers who are looking to these devices to stay fit and lose weight. However, it also could prove unfortunate for some health provider care efforts.
Mobile healthcare apps are creating a flow of patient-generated data in healthcare, but the data deluge is spurring researchers to double check validity and accuracy of the information attained, according to a report at Nature.
Building on the success of its ResearchKit platform, Apple is launching a framework that will allow hospitals and health systems to build apps to better manage patients' health.
AliveCor, led by three ex-Google software development and design gurus, is aiming to do what Apple hasn't with its wearable Watch: provide users with a sophisticated, accurate and federal government-approved heart monitor.
A new app aims to help National Football League players track health issues and ailments, according to a Fox Sports report.
What's happening in digital health research thanks to ResearchKit is astounding. To that end, the forthcoming addition of an Android counterpart via ResearchStack is an exciting development.
A new digital health app is playing a key role in a study focused on identifying connections between sleep habits and health issues.
A new app is better helping research on the cause and progression of Parkinson Disease by making more patient data available.