Our Take on All Things Technology

IBM Watson - Healthcare's Powerful Ally

Posted by Nithin Rao

September 28, 2016 at 8:32 AM

As the healthcare world grapples with humongous amounts of data generated, consider this 
 
Watson  can read 40 million documents in 15 seconds. 80% of health data is invisible to current systems because it's unstructured. Watson Health can see it.ibmwatson.jpg
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Topics: What is Trending, Enterprise Mobility, Wearables & IoT, Mobile Analytics, IOT

Medical Research And Participant Education On The Go

Posted by Ranjani Rao

September 20, 2016 at 8:02 AM

With Apple ResearchKit™ making inroads into medical research, the field is now open for a number of innovations that can increase participation, keep participants motivated to finish the study and increase retention.

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Topics: What is Trending, ResearchKit, Wearables & IoT, apple, DigitalHealth, ios, Mobile Apps

Apple ResearchKit, Medical Research and Pharma Research Studies

Posted by Ranjani Rao

September 16, 2016 at 6:06 AM

Apple’s ResearchKit has made great inroads into medical research studies that are open to a wide audience, do not require medical intervention and where participants can self-select and sign up.

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Topics: mHealth, ResearchKit, apple, DigitalHealth, ios

Verily Life Sciences, Sanofi and Diabetes Management

Posted by Nithin Rao

September 14, 2016 at 7:17 AM

Sanofi, the French pharmaceutical company and Verily Life Sciences invested $500 million in a company called Onduo. This joint venture will focus on diabetes management. It will help people manage their condition with solutions ranging from medication management to improved habits. 
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Topics: mHealth, What is Trending, ResearchKit, Wearables & IoT, DigitalHealth

Doctors Moving To Mobile Patient Engagement

Posted by McKinley Hackett

September 12, 2016 at 6:05 AM

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The medical industry has been on a journey to improve efficiencies and communications.  The National Institutes of Health (NIH) has awarded $120,000,000 to enroll 350,000 participants via mobile phones.  

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Topics: mHealth, What is Trending, Custom Application Development, ResearchKit, apple, DigitalHealth, ios, Mobile Apps

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