AT&T mHealth

By Brian Dolan 02:08 am March 15, 2012
Boston Scientific Latitude Connected (Concept) iPhone app This week Boston Scientific announced that it had inked a deal with Vodafone Global Enterprise to develop mobile health monitoring devices that remotely provide physicians with real-time information about patients' cardiac health and other vital signs. The mobile health monitors will be cellular-enabled medical devices that patients use...
By Chris Gullo 09:37 am October 19, 2011
AT&T and Washington Hospital Center unveiled CodeHeart this week, a platform that allows cardiologists to view video and test results (an ECG, for example) of a patient in transit during critical care situations. The app, which was conceptualized by doctors at Washington Hospital, is available for desktops, tablets, and smartphones. According to the company, cardiologists can use the app to...
By Brian Dolan 09:20 pm November 3, 2010
AT&T launched a new practice area called AT&T ForHealth which aims to accelerate the delivery of innovative wireless, networked, and cloud-based solutions for the healthcare industry. This practice area is made up of many of the mHealth partnerships AT&T has inked over the years with various companies, including WellDoc's DiabetesManager, Vitality's GlowCaps, eCardio's remote patient...
By Brian Dolan 09:28 am October 12, 2010
AT&T has inked a deal with eCardio Diagnostics to provide wireless connectivity to the arrhythmia monitoring company's near real-time cardiac monitoring devices. eCardio’s monitoring devices enable heart patients to recover at home rather than spend additional time in the hospital and aim to help reduce re-admissions among heart patients. According to the companies' release, "eCardio has...
By Brian Dolan 09:11 am October 12, 2010
During an educational session at CTIA Enterprise & Apps in San Francisco last week, Alex Brisbourne, president and COO of Kore Telematics, a wireless M2M company said that in 2008 health-related products made up about 1 percent of new business for his company. In 2010 he estimates healthcare will account for about 23 percent of new business, according to a report from Wireless Week. Companies...