UCT medical student and Project Coordinator at iHI, Eldi van Loggerenberg, talks about her endeavour to establish a health innovation platform.
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Royal Philips has unveiled Lumify, its first app-based mHealth solution that will enable healthcare professionals to easily carry out an ultrasound.
Wisconsin-based Wicab Inc recently got approval from the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to market its oral vision aid device, BrainPort V100 in the US.
US-based smart jewellery developer, Bellabeat has designed a new health tracking wearable especially for women.
The 2015 Global Awards World's Best Healthcare & Wellness Advertising competition is currently open for entries for an array of categories.
Tasso Inc. has developed a device called HemoLink that aims to make blood sampling less painful and more convenient.
Cyrcadia Health is developing a revolutionary wearable, referred to as iTBra, which can be used as a personal screening tool for breast cancer.
Researchers at the University of Rochester have developed an mHealth app, called Node, that can be used to track Ebola and other infectious diseases.
While the NHI pilot sites are being monitored across the country, it is still unclear what model the system will ultimately follow.
IBM has invested in Modernizing Medicine as part of their $100 million strategy of accelerating the adoption of Watson cognitive computing in healthcare.
Director of Health, Mobile for Development at GSMA, Dr Craig Friderichs, talks about the impact mHealth can have on South Africa’s healthcare landscape.