ESRI

By Brian Dolan 07:11 pm June 4, 2012
Esri launched a newer version of its geomedicine app, My Place History, which includes an updated version of the US Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) Toxics Release Inventory (TRI) database. The app enables users to store a permanent list of all the places they have lived or work and the app creates a shareable report of any specific toxins that were reported within three miles of those...
By Chris Gullo 10:45 am October 14, 2011
This week MobiHealthNews covered the launch of a new mobile advertising network for healthcare providers, called Tomorrow Networks, that also has plans to target consumers using health apps with relevant advertising. Interestingly, the twist was that the ad network was only interested in apps that made use of a user's location, because, as Tomorrow Networks partner Physicians Interactive's...
By Brian Dolan 09:10 am October 28, 2009
Living a quantified life -- tracking vital signs, recording exercise routines, monitoring caloric intake and counting steps -- is a large and growing trend important to wireless health and fitness. Figuring out where that data goes, who analyzes it and whether it should become part of a health record, whether consumer-facing, clinician-facing or both, is an ongoing struggle. Are we in danger of...