Tagged mobile health


Apple Research Kit proven effective in asthma study

A study by researcher at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, has highlighted the effectiveness of Apple’s Research Kit – software that helps medical researchers gather data. The Asthma Mobile Health study launched in 2015, at the same time as Research Kit’s introduction, and used an app through which users could fill in…


Frost & Sullivan to host 2017 predictions in digital health webinar

Frost & Sullivan is set to host a complimentary briefing discussing the discovery of future opportunities in the digitisation of healthcare A range of speakers, dedicated to digital health expertise, from Frost & Sullivan will speak about way in which healthcare organisations in the US are transforming to deliver digitally connected ways of care. The…


Mobile health can facilitate diabetic self-management

Diabetic patients can benefit from new technologies such as electronic diaries and exercise trackers according to an expert speaking at the German Society for Internal Medicine for the Media Education Conference in Berlin. Dr. Julia Mader from Clinical Department for Endocrinology and Diabetology at the Medical University of Graz Clinical Department of spoke about the…


New study shows positive attitudes towards mobile heath technology

A new study has revealed that over 50% of Americans have shared health information with a medical professional through the internet, smartphone, mobile app or wearable fitness device. The study comes from leading communications firm Ketchum, who has mapped U.S consumer adoption of wearable technology, apps and A.I for personal health and wellness using its…


Event: How mobile tech can change healthcare

Appitized Health will be holding its fifth seminar, ‘The Digital Revolution: Mobile technologies that will change healthcare’ on 7 July. It will focus on apps in the healthcare industry and the best practices of app development. The event will be hosted by Appitized Health’s head of creative strategy, Phil Coffin, with a talk from Paul…

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