Mobile Technology Archive
The West Virginia Department of Health and Human Resources Office of Nutrition Services have launched the EBTShopper free mobile phone app for state residents enrolled in the Women, Infants, and Children nutrition program.
Google has released what it calls a "preview" software developers' kit for its recently announced Google Fit platform.
Navy Medicine has developed and is offering a free mobile app, called the Anatomy Study Guide, for medical students and professionals, and anyone else interested in learning about anatomy.
Numerous innovations in mobile diagnostic technology, or "labs-on-a-chip," were featured at the recent annual meeting of the American Association for Clinical Chemistry in Chicago.
Wellness and rewards program HumanaVitality has released its first mobile application, providing a new wellness tool to the increasing number of members using smartphones to manage their health and fitness progress.
Pittsburgh-based Allegheny Health Network says it is the first system in Pennsylvania to launch a pre-hospital telemedicine program for use in the emergency medical services community.
Cloud-based EHR vendor Practice Fusion has purchased Ringadoc, a cloud-based multi-platform answering service
A program implemented by visiting health coaches in Massachusetts, supported with mobile technology, reduced readmissions for at-risk Medicare patients by almost 40 percent and saved $370,000 during a recent six-month trial.
Royal Philips and Accenture have developed proof-of-concept software the companies say could ultimately give more independence to patients with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) and other neurodegenerative diseases.
The University of Miami and its health system, UHealth-University of Miami Health System, have selected Aruba Networks for an organization-wide wireless network upgrade.
The Pittsburgh-based Beckwith Institute recently awarded 11 new grants to UPMC clinicians and other staff.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has issued new draft guidance that would exempt certain Class I and II medical devices from premarket submission requirements.
Patient engagement is a vague concept in healthcare that is in danger of becoming merely a hot buzz phrase, according to a new study.
NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital has opened dedicated innovation space at Blueprint Health, a New York City-based accelerator and co-working space for health technology startups.
Researchers at the University of California at Los Angeles are developing web and mobile apps to aid patients struggling with addiction--and their therapists--to track progress and have quick access to help.