By Brian Dolan 06:51 am April 27, 2010
University of Miami Miller School of Medicine has teamed up with Ideal Life to pilot a wireless remote monitoring system that aims to help users better manage their high blood pressure.
By Brian Dolan 06:40 am April 27, 2010
Remote Health Monitoring of Rural Hypertensive Patients Supports New National Healthcare Reform Initiative to Better Manage Chronic Conditions with Health Technology
By Brian Dolan 05:54 am April 27, 2010
GE Healthcare announced a deal to integrate its patient monitoring platform with Ascom Wireless Solutions' wireless VoIP phones, pagers and DECT handsets.
By Brian Dolan 05:18 am April 27, 2010
Will enable physicians and nurses to receive clinical text-message and pager alerts throughout the hospital, enhancing clinical workflow
By Brian Dolan 05:47 am April 26, 2010
Text4Baby update: Forty states are in the process of creating Text4Baby coalitions and encouraging nurses to talk up the program, according to a recent report in Time magazine.
By Brian Dolan 01:00 am April 26, 2010
Ever since Apple's AppStore created a dedicated category for medical applications for the iPhone and iTouch, it seems that "the medical community is flocking to the iPhone," as an Apple executive put it last summer.
By Brian Dolan 08:08 am April 23, 2010
Nick Volosin, director of technical services, at Visali, California-based Kaweah Delta Health Care, has been piloting three Apple iPads for X-ray images, EKG results and other patient monitoring programs, according to a report from Network World.
By Brian Dolan 01:15 am April 22, 2010
April showers, right? This week in mobile health news brings what appears to be the departure of a company MobiHealthNews has tracked since we published our first issue: AllOne Mobile (AOM).
By Brian Dolan 01:01 pm April 21, 2010
Mobile PHR services provider AllOne Mobile's website is no longer live. Two of its three iPhone applications: AllOne Mobile and MyHealth Mobile have vanished from Apple's AppStore. Only the mCare app, which AllOne Mobile developed for the U.S. Army's "wounded warriors" remains available. The website and two apps went offline in either late February or early March.
By Brian Dolan 08:45 am April 21, 2010
The FDA announced today that it has cleared Proteus Biomedical's wireless, adhesive sensor technology Raisin, which can track and record a patient's heart rate, physical activity, body position and other biometrics. Raisin then transmits the data via Bluetooth to a PC or mobile device.