November 6, 2014
Ginger.io, a health startup focused on passive data collection through smartphones, announced a number of high profile clinical pilots that have been quietly employing its technology. Ginger.io is now working with UC San Francisco, Partners HealthCare (Massachusetts General Hospital, Brigham and Women’s Hospital, and McLean Hospital), Duke University, UC Davis and University of Nebraska Medical...
March 10, 2014
University of California Davis' Early Diagnosis and Preventive Treatment (EDAPT) Clinic is launching a study in partnership with mobile health company Ginger.io. The 12-month study follow 120 young people who are in the early stages of psychotic illness. Only youth who are enrolled in the UC Davis or City of Sacramento (EDAPT) clinics are eligible to participate.
UC Davis received $588,000 from...
June 25, 2013
Noting the prevalence of mobile phones and mobile internet access even among poor, migrant farm workers, the largest poison-control agency in the country is turning to that technology to reduce human exposure to pesticides in California.
The California Poison Control System (CPCS), a state-funded program headquartered at the University of California-San Francisco, has introduced the Pesticide...
June 21, 2013
A statewide telehealth organization in California expects to broaden and mobilize its reach by partnering with videoconferencing technology company Vidyo and cloud networking provider Arkadin to offer secure, Web-based videoconferencing to hundreds of sites in medically underserved communities.
The California Telehealth Network (CTN), an independent, not-for-profit membership organization,...