Chief Officer at Vodacom Business, Vuyani Jarana, explains how mHealth and mobile technology can address some of the biggest health challenges in Africa.
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Google and Novartis are reportedly ready to start testing their ‘smart’ lens designed to correct vision for people with presbyopia in human trials in 2016.
Philips has unveiled a new "connected digital health prototype" that's intended to help type I diabetics manage their health and connect with caregivers.
HelpAround has developed a free emergency app especially for people living with diabetes and other chronic diseases or serious allergies.
Ernesto Rodríguez Leal has developed a new device that rapidly and painlessly diagnoses STDs like chlamydia, gonorrhoea, syphilis and trichomoniasis.
Pharmaceutical giant Sanofi SA and the life sciences team at Google have announced a partnership to develop tools to improve diabetes treatment and devices.
Intel is collaborating with the Knight Cancer Institute at OHSU to develop a cloud-computing platform tailored for cancer research.
Google’s Life Sciences division is working with DexCom to develop smaller, better devices for people with diabetes.
Google Inc. is creating a new parent company, Alphabet, which will oversee Google and its other entities, including its healthcare business.
Barclays Africa’s Tech Lab Africa accelerator programme will be held in Cape Town over a three month period from September 2015.
Wearable devices are expected to represent the next wave of mHealth solutions and will potentially act as the gateway to the connected health world.