Mobile Health

Fitbit Acquires Cloud Based Health Care Company

Fitbit just acquired a cloud-based health care company that you probably haven’t heard of. Fitbit announced today that it has acquired a small, Boston-based software startup called Twine Health for an undisclosed amount.

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Doctors Use HoloLens to Overlay a Real CT Scan on a Fake Leg

Dr Philip Pratt and James Kinross use HoloLens to overlay a real CT scan on a fake leg to demonstrate how the mixed-reality device can be used during surgery


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Health IT 2017 Year in Review & 2018 Blueprint for Success

This webinar provides a blueprint to assist healthcare information technology stakeholders in understanding key issues affecting the healthcare industry for the coming year. Insightful resources and analysis of the healthcare information technology landscape in 2018 are shared.

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Top 5 Digital Health Stories In 2017 - The Medical Futurist

2017 has been an exciting year for digital health! It’s that time of the year when it is worth looking back at the previous months and list the inventions, methods or milestone events that will definitely shape healthcare for the years to come. 

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WHS 2017 - Innovations in Digital Health - Keynote Lecture

Featuring João Gabriel Silva (Coimbra Hospital and University Centre), Arnaud Bernaert (World Economic Forum), Steven Hildemann (Merck), Carla Kriwet (Royal Philips), Thomas P. Laur (SAP SE), Elmar Nimmesgern (European Commission)

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Venable: Digital Health Business Forum

The purpose of Venable's digital health business forum is to provide an interest group comprised of digital health companies, and investors. Agenda: FDA's Digital Health Initiative, Impact of GDPR, "Company in the Spotlight:" Cognoa, Inc., Corporate & Funding Update. 

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Understanding the Rapidly Developing Field of Mobile Mental Health

In recent years, there has been an explosion of interest in and research on the use of mental health technologies that aim to treat and manage mental health problems. From smartphone apps to bots, from machine learning to natural language processing, technology is poised to transform mental health service delivery. However, what out there is actually useful and what do the useful things actually do? In this talk, Dr.

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Are You Plugged into the Digital Health Revolution?! - VC Panel

Investors & Corporate Venture Panel: Opportunities, Trends, and Tips for the Digital Health Entrepreneur

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My smartphone can do…what? mHealth and the future of Mental Health Care

University of Washington, Department of Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences, Grand Rounds. Dror Ben-Zeev, PhD, “My smartphone can do…what? mHealth and the future of Mental Health Care” presented on June 30, 2017

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mHealth: a new perspective for healthcare

Adam Dicker, MD, PhD, of the Sidney Kimmel Cancer Center, Philadelphia, gives us an introduction to the growing field of mHealth (mobile health). Digital health is an area in healthcare that includes apps and wearables and that allow patients and healthcare professionals to keep track of and record patient outcomes, toxicities and disease symptoms. It also includes telehealth which allows healthcare professionals to leverage technology to interact remotely with patients. 

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