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By  Neil Versel 03:46 am October 27, 2011
When it comes to mobile health, Eric Dishman, director of health innovation and policy at Intel, for Intel's Healthcare Innovation Group, is a realist. "On one hand, Intel is really excited about the future of m-health and mobile health. On the other hand, we're a little worried that there's a lot of hype around it right now," Dishman told MobiHealthNews in an interview at the just-concluded...
By  Brian Dolan 07:32 am December 30, 2009
Home health devices and services for seniors: The Canadian Press has a worthwhile article on devices that aim to help keep seniors living comfortably at home longer in an effort to enable them to stay out of care facilities. The article includes a rundown of GE's recent efforts, including its work with the recently acquired QuietCare technology, but it also includes a brief note from the AARP: "...
By  Brian Dolan 05:12 am May 18, 2009
If designed and marketed under the right conditions, America's seniors are actually very receptive to technology, in fact, they already have adopted many consumer electronic devices, according to a report from the Miami Herald. As we have noted before, one of the biggest drivers of mobile healthcare solutions is the aging Baby Boomer generation, which is the group of Americans born between 1946...