Today, wearable devices provide people with a vast amount of data to help them make more informed decisions about their health and diet regimen. These wearables have also demolished many of the walls that once existed between providers and patients by providing [...]
Fitbit IPOed at $30.40. By July, its prices were just breaking $47 a share. Then, by November, it began to make its slow descent to where it now stands: just under $9 a share.
Does this mean wearable devices are on their way out, or does it indi [...]
Do you use the Apple Watch to track your health? If you do, you should feel comfortable knowing that a new study has found it to be the most accurate wearable health d [...]
Do you enjoy tracking your calories or heart rate on your mobile health device? Are you excited about future upgrades and products? Well, we have good news for you. State of the mobile health care industry The mobile health device industry isn't going anywhere. A new r [...]
For health enthusiasts, providers and investors who may be wondering about the future of digital health, we have great news for you. A new third quarter report published by StartUp Health indicates that the
Could choosing the right medical wearable device save some one's life? According to researchers from the Cleveland Clinic, who published their study in JAMA Car [...]
Are you the type of person who creates your holiday list weeks or even months before the holiday season? With Christmas, Hanukah and other holidays just a couple of months away, researchers are already studying what consumers are gearing up to purchase. And while the usual suspects top the [...]
In developing a new medical device, some start-ups proceed with a high degree of confidence that their core technology engineering prototype should become faithfully transformed into the actual product that will come to market. What they actually have at this point in time is a technical solution [...]
A recent speech by Karen DeSalvo, HHS's Acting Assistant Secretary for Health, addressed the changing [...]
We know one thing is for certain: Digital health technology is not the future of health care - it's the now. More and more health professionals are looking to improve their patient services and are taking advantage of mobile technologies and patient-generat [...]
Mobile digital health devices are becoming more popular among people who need immediate care and those who are interested in staying more up to date about their health.
The U.S. population is aging. Baby boomers are inching closer and closer to retirement, and with that also comes a greater need for more, better prepared caretakers.
New advances in mobile technology are paying huge dividends for patients who have serious conditions such as tuberculosis. Many devices, such as the mobile app miDOT, allow doctors to stay in touch with patients through messaging and video.
As we grow older, we become busier and more likely to try to consolidate the technology we use. That's a major problem for mobile health technology companies trying to market their products to older people.
Digital health applications and products have quickly gained the attention of health aficionados everywhere. Devices like Fitbit and competing services like Apple Watch and various Android applications have made tracking your health cool.