Archive for the ‘smartphones’ Category

Remote control; Isansys Lifecare; GSMA Mobile World Congress; Developing Telemedicine; smart pills

Remote control: The patient-practitioner relationship in a digital age (Free report from the NHS Confederation) Isansys Lifecare: Newcomer to the market (UK) (Industry news) GSMA Mobile World Congress 2011 (Barcelona) (Conference news) Telehealth in service context (The importance of…) Developing Telemedicine: Benefits for rural people (Sri Lanka) (Interview with Dr Rohana Puspakumara) Content provider buys […]

GE/Intel joint venture; Telecare saves two lives; Skype, iPod and iPhone; InMezzo; Geisinger data breach

GE/Intel telehealth joint venture unveiled, operational (Why isn’t it better organised yet?) Telecare saves two lives – twice (UK) (Good news local story) Professor James McLaughlin new chair of ECHCampus (N. Ireland) (Congratulations) Skype, iPod and iPhone (Are Cisco and Vidyo worried?) InMezzo and University of Kent develop biometric authentication services (Because passwords are not […]

TriageBots; Disposable diagnostics; Diabetes management; Smartphone health apps; Medical jewelry; Romeo robot; Chorleywood

‘TriageBots‘ for EDs (A&E) (Coming to a hospital near you…but when?) Mobile phone disposable diagnostics (Diagnose anywhere with immunoassay technology) Consumer engagement in diabetes management–not easy (Ah yes, healthcare would be easy if not for the patients) More on the RAND home health study (We want more demos! We want more demos!) Smartphone health apps […]

Telehealth monitoring updates

Older people would benefit from free telecare (UK)(Saying what should go without saying) Aerotel goes wireless(New products) Tunstall goes broadband(New products) Older people have their say on robots in care(And guess what they want!) Intel Home Health pilot with Erickson Retirement(Who will pay after the pilot?) FDA and mobile health regulation(Regulations on medical apps for […]