Here’s What’s Happening in mHealth

If you haven’t paid a visit to our sister site mHealthWatch this week, here are some of the top stories in mobile health that we’ve been monitoring in recent days. BlackBerry Backer Now Banking on mHealth Two of the original founders of smartphone maker Research in Motion (RIM), which is now simply known as BlackBerry, …   Read More

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If you haven’t paid a visit to our sister site mHealthWatch this week, here are some of the top stories in mobile health that we’ve been monitoring in recent days.

Two of the original founders of smartphone maker Research in Motion (RIM), which is now simply known as BlackBerry, are investing their fortunes into a new field.

A bipolar patient has created an innovative new mobile health application designed to empower individuals with mood disorders.

Senator John Thune (R-S.D) and Senator Amy Klobuchar (D-Minn.) have re-introduced legislation to expand the use of telehealth technology under Medicare to reduce hospital re-admissions in rural and under-served communities across the nation.

In an effort to curtail the long list of Americans hospitalized or seriously harmed every year as a result of dangerous drug interactions, American Diversified Holdings Corporation is developing “Drug Check,” which will be an mHealth application capable of identifying and eliminating potentially serious drug interactions.

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