September 15, 2014
According to a report from Reuters, two more large hospitals are embarking on pilots with Apple's HealthKit: Stanford University Medical Center and Duke University Hospital. Stanford is using the technology to track blood sugar in children with diabetes, while Duke will be tracking blood pressure and weight for patients with cancer and heart conditions.
Apple appears to be working with a large...
July 31, 2014
Stanford University Medical Center's Department of Cardiothoracic Surgery has started using Google Glass in its resident training program. Stanford will use software from Glass app maker CrowdOptic to help train residents on performing cardiothoracic surgery.
While a resident is operating on a patient, surgeons can use the CrowdOptic software to watch the resident's progress and send visual...
May 7, 2012
Over the weekend Doximity, the health app developer led by the founders of Epocrates, has teamed up with Stanford University Medical Center Alumni Association (SUMCAA) to create an app that lets graduates and trainees from the school to find each other and connect.
Doximity, which launched toward the end of 2010, describes itself as a medical communications platform that uses social networking...