A recent study concluded that eHealth apps intended for hypertension management “urgently need greater regulation and oversight in medical app development."
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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.
UNICEF has launched an Ebola survivor app that will give survivors in West Africa support to overcome the associated social stigma.
CancerStories has launched the world's first eHealth app designed specifically to support cancer patients and their families.
Vecna Technologies is testing an EHR system and a two-way communication robot in Liberia that could help limit the transmission of Ebola.
South Korean technology company, LG Electronics, has received an FDA 510(k) clearance for a possible mHealth app called LG Smarthealth.
As 2014 draws to a close it’s apparent that the eHealth industry is growing rapidly, both nationally and internationally.
IBM has partnered with Pathway Genomics to create a Watson-powered mHealth app to offer tailored healthcare advice.
An innovative HIV self-testing eHealth app called HIVSmart is attracting worldwide attention and financing.
Two brothers from Cape Town are behind the eHealth Ebola Care app that is helping NGOs and healthcare workers combat the Ebola outbreak in West Africa.