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Apple has released CareKit to help patients self-monitor their conditions and a module for ResearchKit that will enable the use of genetics in research
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Apple CareKit: making a play in patient self-monitoring

Apple has released CareKit to help patients self-monitor their conditions and a new module for ResearchKit that will enable the use of genetics in mobile medical research. CareKit CareKit is a new software framework that developers can use to create apps. The CareKit apps will be specifically used to help individuals manage their own medical…

James Norman, public sector CIO of EMC, talks about the rise in wearable devices and discusses why they should be used to monitor patients.
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Wearables: why they belong in healthcare

James Norman, public sector CIO of EMC, talks about the rise in wearable devices and discusses why they should be used to monitor patients. Many wearable devices are currently used for general wellness and monitoring, but it poses the question as to whether they should be used in a medical environment. According to the International…

Royal Philips is to introduce a medical-grade biosensor to monitor at-risk patients in low acuity hospital settings such as the general ward. The connected
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Philips wearable monitors patients from hospital to home

Royal Philips is to introduce a medical-grade biosensor to monitor at-risk patients in low acuity hospital settings such as the general ward The connected biosensor automatically and continuously measures vital signs including heart rate, respiratory rate, skin temperature. The biosensor then transmits the data it collects to a connected clinical decision support software application, where…

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