What to do make of an announcement that a company is going to invest $6 billion in revitalising its healthcare business but only gives a passing mention to the recent announcement of its health monitoring partnership with Intel (one sentence… Read moreGE plans $6 billion healthcare investment over 6 years
When Contour Homes in North West England wanted to support one of their tenants with a telecare-enabled medication dispenser the plan nearly failed when it came to getting the dispenser filled. It’s a reminder that successful implementation often depends on… Read moreTelecare-enabled medication dispenser case study
The DIAdvisor is a large-scale EU ‘integrating project’ aiming at the development of a prediction based tool which uses past and easily available information to optimise the therapy of type I and developed type II diabetes. (See website for more… Read moreToumaz delivers for EU DIAdvisor project
The new Doro PhoneEasy 338gsm is very much aimed at older people. Here is a three-page review from Register Hardware, which concludes “we probably all know someone who could benefit from such a mobile. The Doro PhoneEasy 338gsm is a… Read moreDoro PhoneEasy 338gsm review
Not telecare/telehealth directly, but a message for everyone involved in the field: “The number of opportunities to create brilliant, genius, amazing ideas, the number of interesting things that we see people doing, it continues to be stunning,” Ballmer said. “So… Read moreMicrosoft CEO calls for rebirth of healthcare, with IT at center
No, I’ve not read this pricey report. You might want to browse the contents, or even invest in one: US Remote Patient Monitoring Market – Favorable Reimbursement Scenario to Drive Growth.
A long-awaited, interesting product that they expect to complete with Intel/GE and Philips. Read the press release on Lifespan’s curiously amateurish website.
Brief good news story from Inverclyde Now (Scotland) about the visit of Nowegian politicians to the local telecare service.