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By Ahmed El Sherif July 7, 2020
Launching as an app this summer, the Mulk E-Hospital will reportedly offer a range of healthcare services by over 2,000 medical specialists from around the world.
By Mallory Hackett July 7, 2020
Cochlear Limited announced yesterday the U.S. Food and Drug Administration clearance of three new products to be added to the company’s suite of hearing technology devices, all of which can connect to smartphones.

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By Sara Mageit July 7, 2020
Elucid’s Pill connect dispensing system will provide contract research organisations (CROs) and pharma the ability to show adherence data during a clinical trial, across country, site, and individual patient number.
By Cornelia Wels-Maug July 7, 2020
Digital health applications are starting to make their way into regular healthcare provision. But how should they be regulated? Digital health technology assessments (HTA) are increasingly recognised as an important pillar on the way towards universal reimbursement as detailed in the latest issue of HIMSS Insights, COVID-19 and Beyond.
By Laura Lovett July 6, 2020
The new devices can link to the MyMerlinPulse app and give doctors information about a patient's heart health. 
By Mallory Hackett July 6, 2020
The U.S. Air Force has inked a $1.3 million deal with MFB Fertility in order to provide military members and their partners the former’s home fertility tests. The Air Force’s AFWERX office will invest in Proov, an at-home ovulation test with FDA clearance. The test works by measuring Pregnanediol Glucuronide (PdG), the urine metabolite of progesterone, which is released by the ovary after...

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By Sara Mageit July 6, 2020
Superdrug is partnering with My Online Therapy to increase awareness and accessibility of mental health services to support the UK through the coronavirus pandemic.
By Sara Mageit July 3, 2020
The EIT Health Wild Card Hackathon will comprise 45 participants from Europe who will come together online to find new solutions in women’s health and digital therapeutics.

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By Tammy Lovell July 3, 2020
The system allows NHS staff to book tests via smartphone or computer.
By Dean Koh July 3, 2020
M3 is Japan’s largest medical informational platform company of which Sony owns 33.9% of the shares.