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.
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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.
Apple's latest eHealth offering, ResearchKit, is an open source software framework for medical professionals & researchers to gather health data on users.
Medical products maker, DexCom, is developing an app for Apple Watch that will allow diabetic users to monitor their glucose levels continuously.
CancerStories has launched the world's first eHealth app designed specifically to support cancer patients and their families.
As 2014 draws to a close it’s apparent that the eHealth industry is growing rapidly, both nationally and internationally.
Former Apple Inc. Executive, John Sculley, predicts telemental health services will soon become the norm for people seeking confidential counselling.
eRounds is a new eHealth social media platform for clinicians to share photos of specific cases with their peers and patients.
Apple's new HealthKit platform is being used in two separate medical trials at prominent US hospitals to treat diabetes, cancer and heart disease.
Researchers have adapted Google Glass to correctly detect pulse rates and respiration rhythms in real-time.