US researchers have created an mHealth app, called MoodTrek™, to help patients with depression keep a “mood-diary”.
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Stanford University School of Medicine’s MyHeart Counts iPhone app has been released in the UK and Hong Kong to further drive heart health research.
IBM is planning to advance Watson’s natural language processing (NLP) capabilities by giving Watson ‘eyes’ to review and interpret medical images.
Google is currently testing its latest Study Kit initiative that will enable users to collect and share health information with researchers.
A new eHealth initiative has been announced as part of a partnership between Apple, IBM and Japan Post Group to provide Japanese senior citizens with iPads.
SASP recently endorsed mobiPhys, a web and mobile-based communication system for physiotherapists and their patients.
IBM Watson has announced three major partnerships with Apple, J&J and Medtronic to develop new technology to help healthcare companies analyse patient data.
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providers can refer to portable health information in an EHR when and where necessary instead of having to refer to outdated hand-written notes.
Apple has partnered with IBM on IBM MobileFirst for iOS to develop four eHealth apps especially for nurses who work in hospitals and provide off-site care.
Researchers at Stanford University have launched MyHeart Counts for ResearchKit to help scientists studying the prevention and treatment of heart disease.
Director of Health, Mobile for Development at GSMA, Dr Craig Friderichs, talks about the impact mHealth can have on South Africa’s healthcare landscape.