Baby shower alert! Exmovere’s Exmobaby is baby clothing (a ‘onesie’) that can monitor heart rate, “emotional state”, and level of activity, and send to a computer or cell phone via a Zigbee transceiver and software for PC or cell phone… Read moreThe ultimate baby monitor?
In his latest blog post Eric Dishman reveals more of the man behind the Intel healthcare empire (or mini-empire, depending on your perspective). He’s commenting on the bandwagon that is ‘mHealth’,with its rag-bag of definitions and puts in a plea… Read moreDishing it out on mHealth hype
The Path to Clinician Acceptance of TeleHealth is a short blog piece by an engineer centrered on the importance of clinician involvement in system design. As he concludes, “It only takes one influential doctor to derail the best-laid plans of… Read moreClinician acceptance of telehealth
No matter what number you believe is true for physician adoption of smartphones (Spyglass: 94% of hospital acute care and ambulatory practice; Manhattan Research: 81% in two years–TA 30 July), it’s presenting a real problem for hospital IT departments and for the… Read morePhysician adoption of smartphones: HIT headache
Pointer to the future: The US Department of Defense’s always interesting ‘Armed with Science’ profiles a bio-battery under development, only a little larger than a 9V, powered by about 20ml of….sugar solution. Enzymes convert the sugar into power and to… Read moreSugar in your tea…or battery?
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How can a mid-sized company with 20 years in the telehealth distribution and monitoring business get to answers for the FBQ–Four Big Questions (who will pay for the technology; what rate will they pay; where does the data go, and who takes action)? Here’s one method…
More telemedicine developments from Florida [TA 2 August, ‘How are online doctor consult companies like palm trees?]. InteractiveMD has launched their patient-doctor videoconferencing to their members in 19 states, with rollout to the remainder by end of year. Their plans (signup, monthly fee, per use) are marketed direct-to-consumer. But, there’s more…
“Armenia Fund USA has taken critical steps to enhance and modernize healthcare and medical education in Armenia and Karabakh with the establishment of its newly branded HyeBridge Telehealth program. This initiative, worth hundreds of thousands of dollars, dates back
“Hyderabad’s airport is a symbol of India’s economic success: organized, modern, efficient. The city is host to this year’s eIndia, the country’s largest ICT event – with a dedicated track on eHealth. The question is, what are the opportunities for… Read moreIs this India? Yes it is!