Apple currently is in the lead when it comes to making the most money in the wearables market, but Fitbit is not too far behind, according to a new report.
The health wearables industry is getting more competitive as another brand-name fitness apparel maker enters the race.
A new app dubbed notifies users about potentially risky glucose levels via real-time data, courtesy of the Apple HealthKit platform.
The healthcare industry can take lessons in innovation from sources as diverse as Chipotle, the zoo or the Apple store, leaders at the Sibley Innovation Hub told the Washington Business Journal.
Protecting patient data and privacy requires prime attention when deploying mHealth technology, according to Michael Ash, chief transformation officer at Nebraska Medicine. The health system is conducting a $10 million research project on the impact of remote health monitoring of chronically ill patients, and is now deploying an Apple Watch-based version of its EHR to let patients and physicians communicate and access data from test result notices to appointment information.
A comprehensive mHealth research effort, termed the PRIDE study, will focus on LGBT health and tap iPhone users and online participants to create the biggest database of mental, social and physical issues impacting the gay and transgender populations.
Investors in Fitbit will be forking over $20 a share Thursday as the fitness band maker's New York Stock Exchange trade value is besting previous predictions.
The global wearables market is enjoying its eighth consecutive quarter of growth, with vendors shipping out 11.4 million products in the first quarter of the year, according to a report from research firm IDC.
Despite advances in health information technology, personalized medicine remains a challenge for many providers. From finding the right balance for using incoming data to overcoming workflow issues, no magic bullet exists to ease the hurdles of hyperfocusing care efforts. During a panel discussion at Health Datapalooza in the District of Columbia this week, clinicians talked about some of those challenges, as well as some of the ways they're succeeding in delivering more personalized care.
A new Apple Watch app aims to enhance cancer care and improve patient monitoring during treatments such as chemotherapy.