remote care monitoring

By Dave Muoio February 19, 2018
A connected sensor patch developed by Northwestern University engineers and the Shirley Ryan AbilityLab, a research hospital in Chicago, could allow clinicians to better monitor stroke patients as they recover at home. The sensor is comprised of stretchable electronic technology that is both comfortable for patients to wear and accurate enough for use during rehabilitation, according to...
By Dave Muoio December 11, 2017
Increasing adoption of technology, the rise of remote care, and a growing number of smart living services available to the mass market are among the several ongoing trends transforming aging care, according to a newly released report from HealthXL and AARP. These developments and others provide players inside and out of healthcare a clear opportunity to improve the convenience and clinical...
By Brian Dolan March 23, 2011
GeaCom's Phrazer If you took stock of T-Mobile USA's activities in mobile health as of a few days ago -- and we did -- you'd notice the mobile operator had little to no mHealth partnerships announced or services supported. This week, however, T-Mobile USA announced two partnerships with healthcare companies where the operator is supporting the services' with connectivity via its data network....

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