So the UK passes another ageing milestone. Full story from the Guardian.
Health care applications for the iPhone, text messages from physicians and even Nintendo’s Wii Fit video game are versions of telemedicine, according to Jonathan Linkous, chief executive officer of the American Telemedicine Association. Jackson Hole Star Tribune story.
Study with ‘unclear’ results. This is a full article, unfortunately rendered almost unreadable by the formatting. However, once you work out that some of the numbers scattered through it are references to studies listed at the end, it becomes a… Read moreInfection, Rejection, and Hospitalizations in Transplant Recipients Using Telehealth
XTend Medical has raised $1 million, apparently to reduce the manufacturing cost base for its diabetes monitoring system. Press release.
The ‘Growth Partnership Company’ (consultancy) Frost & Sullivan, seem to think so. They have awarded Noninvasive Medical Technologies, Inc. their annual Award for Healthcare Innovation for, amongst other things, a device that measures directly the fluid status of the chest…. Read moreWill remote chronic heart failure monitoring become less dependent on weighing scales?
I like the question in the title of this Intellect Computing item, but perhaps not for the reason that Telecare Aware readers or the author, John Hoggard, of the Transformational Government Programme Executive, might expect. Although a number (the majority?)… Read moreTelehealth – the answer to diabetes care?
CMO, the Care Management Company – a subsidiary of Montefiore, a healthcare system that serves over 400,000 individuals in the Bronx, New York – has chosen Health Hero Network as a provider of home telehealth technology services for CMO’s care-… Read moreMontefiore's CMO and Health Hero Network create partnership in the Brox
Margaretta Lewis became trapped after her radiator fell off the wall because it had been fitted with the wrong size screws…She wasn’t wearing her panic button at the time… Story from Legal & Medical.