June 17, 2009
iMedicor inked a deal with myLeaderboard to take its HIPAA-compliant medical information transfer platform mobile in an effort to respond "to the growing demand by physicians who rely heavily on their handheld devices to deliver a higher quality of care to their patients," the company said in a statement.
"iMedicor is working with myLeaderboard to deliver this new functionality within 60 to 90...
May 31, 2009
mobihealthnews recently caught up with Scott Eising, director of product management for Mayo Clinic Internet Services, to discuss his group's strategy and pain points for moving Mayo Clinic's online offerings to the mobile platform. Every major provider of health services and information is trying to figure out how best to go mobile. Eising offered a peek behind the curtain at Mayo to discuss...
May 29, 2009
No surprise here.
Popular medical blogger Dr. Kevin Pho, also known as KevinMD, has a noteworthy post on the growing popularity of smartphone use in hospitals and smartphones' "inevitable" displacement of pagers. A recent study by Manhattan Research found that 64 percent of doctors use smartphones like BlackBerrys or iPhones. Each of those platforms support mobile applications that provide pager...
May 22, 2009
Swedish consumer electronics company Doro has been targeting the senior market with easy-to-use devices since 1974, and began offering easy-to-use mobile phones in the Fall of 2007. As a result, the company has a lot to teach the wireless health industry, which needs to find ways to successfully engage the older demographic since remote wireless monitoring has the potential to greatly impact that...
May 21, 2009
5C-Mobile is giving BlackBerry users a new reason to smile -- Bright Smile Toothbrush Timer and Oral Care Guide, a mobile application for the "health-conscious." The application includes a toothbrush timer that indicates how long each section of the mouth should be brushed and also includes detailed oral hygiene guidelines that cover brushing, flossing and general oral care.
The Bright Smile...
April 27, 2009
Telcordia's Senior Scientist George Collier told attendees at ATA here in Las Vegas, "Voice calls are so yesterday -- I rarely use my Blackberry for calls compared to all the other things I do with it... the mobile is a ubiquitous companion that we can use ... to help deliver on the promise of participatory health care."
Mary Foto, CEO of The Foto Group tells attendees that the WSJ's recent...
April 17, 2009
A pediatrician in Sarasota Springs, NY is the first user of the EMR iPhone application Allscripts announced at the HIMSS event last week, according to a report in Healthcare Informatics. As we reported last week, the application allows clinicians to access Allscripts' EHR at any time from an iPhone or iPod Touch. The app includes a patient's medical summary: history, lab results and medications....
April 7, 2009
While Diversinet and AllOne Mobile didn't have a booth at the HIMSS event here in Chicago, the companies were busy meeting with the major EHR vendors, solidifying existing relationships and ensuring they have every segment of the EHR market mobilized. It's a simplification, however, to spin AllOne Mobile as a company that only mobilizes health records--as the name suggests, AllOne's vision is...
March 26, 2009
BoxTone and Wallace Wireless announced plans to help the public sector, public safety and health care companies tighten the security for their BlackBerry platforms.
Chicken before egg: Lifespan looks to create EMRs that will hook up to its medical device peripherals.
ZDNet wonders if new NCHIT David Blumenthal thinks of "open" as in "Google open" or as in "iPhone open" when he refers to an open "...
March 18, 2009
Prediction: 75 percent of physicians will adopt e-prescribing by 2014.
Determining how much health-related productivity loss is avoidable is a slippery fish.
What is HIPAA's impact on wireless in an ambulatory setting?
Evaware adds remote telemonitoring via WiFi and BlackBerry devices.
Garmin links up with fitness brands for wireless workouts.
Pouring cold water on EMRs: Was it a bad $50 billion...