Three South African entrepreneurs have harnessed their individual expertise to develop and launch mySOS - a free emergency mobile app.
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US researchers have created an mHealth app, called MoodTrek™, to help patients with depression keep a “mood-diary”.
SASP recently endorsed mobiPhys, a web and mobile-based communication system for physiotherapists and their patients.
Healthcare providers can refer to portable health information in an EHR when and where necessary instead of having to refer to outdated hand-written notes.
Wolters Kluwer has announced the launch of its mobile evidence-based clinical decision support resource, UpToDate® Anywhere, in South Africa.
An SDK has been released for the Microsoft Band fitness wearable that will allow third party developers to build eHealth apps for the gadget.
The Mobenzi ID fingerprint capture and verification solution is being used by fieldworkers in SA and Vietnam to capture health data in remote areas.
UNICEF has partnered with Airtel to provide its open source RapidPro suite of apps to Airtel customers for free across 17 African countries.
A recent study concluded that eHealth apps intended for hypertension management “urgently need greater regulation and oversight in medical app development."
Audiologist at the University of Pretoria, Prof De Wet Swanepoel, has led development of an innovative app, called hearScreen, to screen for hearing loss.
Toshiba’s new eHealth device, Silmee, is helping Japanese health researchers and institutions understand patient’s sleeping problems.