Stony Brook University is collaborating with US-based startup Vayu Inc. to transport medical samples using drones in Madagascar.
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Telepathology is helping cancer patients at Butaro Hospital in Northern Rwanda access treatment from cancer specialists in the US.
Merck & Co Inc. has presented data assessing efficacy and safety at the end of 48 weeks of therapy as a late-breaking abstract.
Philips has released the results of its inaugural Future Health Index, a study which provides a benchmark for a country’s perceived readiness for eHealth.
A team from the NYU Tandon School of Engineering have developed a smartphone-enabled wearable that can help stroke patients undergoing rehabilitation.
A new partnership between Apple and Donate Life America will allow iPhone users in the US to register for organ donation from the Health App.
The Namibian Ministry of Health and Social Services has launched the Facility Electronic Stock Card pharmacy dashboard to prevent stock-outs of medicines.
US-based eHealth startup, iBeat, is developing wearable technology that can detect if the wearer is having a heart attack.
Israel-based mHealth start-up, MD Algorithms, has developed an app designed to help people better understand the cause of and to treat their acne.
A team from Cornell Tech are developing an mHealth app to help health workers in Lesotho keep track of samples being delivered by Riders for Health.
Zachariah George talks about his passion for tech startups and leveraging the corporate funding ecosystem to create successful businesses.