Remote patient monitoring with smartphone connectivity is set to skyrocket in the next few years, according to the latest study by British research firm Juniper Research. The study projects that by
It was kind of a crazy idea at the time: In early 2011 San Diego-based Palomar Pomerado Health set about building its own smartphone app to allow physicians access to its electronic health record.
Technology appears to have played a large part in increased confidence among a majority of small practices, if a new report from electronic health record vendor Practice Fusion is any indication.
It's not just medical students who love their smartphones and tablets. Nursing students are catching up fast when it comes to using technology, according to a New York Times article this week.
As fast as the tidal wave of mHealth innovations is rising, so too are the complaints about its potential ill effects. Security breaches, distracted doctors, patients gaining access to information
Physicians may love mobile devices, but their mobile devices might not love them back. A recent study from InfoWorld found that the ergonomics of mobile device--and particularly touchscreen--usage
Unlike most remote monitoring sensors that are stuck on the skin with woven mesh, bandages or adhesive textiles, tech company Valencell has come up with a sensor that patients just might wear all the
> Becker's Hospital Review recently published an intriguing list of the "7 must-have iPad apps" not for physicians, but for C-level hospital execs. Article > Forget "distracted doctoring," a
"Smart" medications look to be gaining traction in the UK. Smart pill creator Proteus just inked a major deal with UK pharmacy company Lloyds Pharmacy. Financial details of the deal weren't
A new study by more than a half-dozen major universities around the world has confirmed that at least two conditions, apnea and pneumothorax, can be identified remotely using an iPhone with an