November 9, 2017
New research published the journal Biomedical Optics Express describes a smartphone-compatible spectrometer held and directed like a pencil. According to the article's authors, this novel device could be implemented at the point of care to diagnose medical conditions, while its ease of use and availability could greatly increase the generation of spectral image data for research projects.
October 19, 2017
A multidisciplinary group of researchers have detailed a novel infectious disease diagnostic platform that relies on the user’s smartphone to provide point-of-care screening.
Housed within a portable 3D-printed cradle, the tool uses the smartphone and an app to interpret real-time images of a microfluidic chip embedded on credit card-like cartridge. Researchers say it's the only point-of-care...
November 29, 2012
This afternoon at 2PM ET MobiHealthNews will be hosting its fourth webinar of 2012: Mobile Health at the Point of Care. I'm really excited to have both Dr. Divya Shroff, Chief Clinical Transformation Officer and Vice President of the Clinical Services Group at HCA and Alan Portela, CEO, AirStrip Technologies onboard as our featured presenters.
I'll open the session up with a short presentation...