Diversinet, a company that provides the security platforms for AllOne Mobile’s health information services, announced that AllOne–not them–filed to terminate their relationship with a payment of $3 million. Just last September, the two companies signed a five-year agreement, giving AllOne… Read moreAllOne Mobile seeking to cancel license with security provider
It is now confirmed that the long awaited iSlate, Apple Tablet or whatever Steve Jobs will dub it will be announced this Wednesday 27 Jan. This editor is mentioning this only because of the early word (see earlier article) indicating… Read moreDon't take Apple Tablets for healthcare…yet
A joint partnership that may help speed telemedicine applications by lowering costs, increasing competition. Polycom is partnering not only with Juniper Networks on their platforms, but also with IBM (CES demo) and a global reseller relationship with Siemens. This is… Read moreJuniper and Polycom team up for video conferencing
This may be a ‘ho hum’ article for some of us, but for US physicians making the leap to a smartphone for medical apps, thinking about platforms other than a Blackberry, and don’t want to spend four hours browsing unproductively at a… Read moreDoctor, what smartphone is right for you?
We haven’t seen much from India in spreading telemedicine domestically, but here is a report about a small innovative company called KTwo Technology in Bangalore. Their everyday products are a Bluetooth accessory for car stereos and a voice-recognition headset. But they have… Read moreTelemedicine in India
Are you part of a startup which is seeking funding? Here’s another source. An alphabet soup of Federal agencies (NIH, CDC, FDA, ACF) released something called the Omnibus Solicitation for SBIR (Small Business Innovation Research). Two phases are supported by SBIR funds, the third… Read moreMore Federal grants (US)