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Jawbone’s future plans leaked

Jawbone’s plan to relaunch itself as a medical device company has been leaked by Bloomberg. Earlier this year it was reported that Jawbone was shutting down due to failing to gain any traction in the wearables market, facing tough competition by the likes of Apple, Samsung and Fitbit. The company changed its name to Jawbone Health…

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Philips releases monitoring system for patient transfers

Health technology company Philips has announced the release of a portable patient monitoring system to be used during in-hospital transport and at the bedside. The company announced the release of IntelliVue X3 in Europe, which provides continuous monitoring for critical patients during transport. The system has been developed to address the problem of incomplete data…

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FDA to create digital health unit

The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is developing a unit focused on digital health within its Centre for Devices and Radiological Health (CDRH) to assist the organisation’s review process of software within the medical device sector. The digital health unit will be responsible for developing software and technical expertise which can provide assistance to software…

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How to tell an app from a medical device…MHRA explains

  Updated guidance issued to help identify the health apps which are medical devices and make sure they comply with regulations and are acceptably safe. From counting steps to helping healthcare professionals prescribe treatment for burns injuries, healthcare apps and stand-alone software are a part of everyday life. You might not realise depending on an…

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