A global app-based real-time research study, called ‘How is the World Feeling?’ aims to get 7 million participants to log their mood over a week.
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The University of Washington has developed the HemaApp, an app which uses a smartphone camera to measure haemoglobin levels and screen for anaemia.
CEO at the Relevance Network, Craig Carty, talks about his drive to create access to quality services through multi-sectorial integrated partnerships.
Capsule Ltd. has developed an app, called Flare, which aims to make Kenya’s siloed and privately run ambulance service more accessible to patients.
Chrono Therapeutics has developed a digital platform that combines a smart patch, timed drug delivery and online support to help smokers quit the habit.
Pfizer Inc. has launched a free iPhone app, called Moodivator, to help motivate and encourage people who experience depression.
A new programme analysis done by Frost & Sullivan explored how South Africa, Kenya and Ghana are leading the eHealth revolution in Africa.
Researchers in Scotland have developed mHealth technology that can triage numerous patients at once using facial recognition and gaming software.
CareChamp has launched in Cape Town with the aim of connecting experienced and qualified caregivers to those in need of home-based care.
US-based startup, Iodine, has integrated its mental health app, Start, into clinical practice in mental health.
A team of researchers from the University of Turku in Finland have developed an app that uses existing smartphone hardware to detect atrial fibrillation.