mHealth News: The Headlines You Might Have Missed

Here are some of the top stories in healthcare, telemedicine, and mobile health that we have been monitoring this past week. The Future May Be All About Tiny Wearables They say good things come in small packages. And that appears to be doubly true for wearable technologies. Just as some devices are getting bigger because …   Read More

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mHealth News Here’s What Happened This WeekHere are some of the top stories in healthcare, telemedicine, and mobile health that we have been monitoring this past week.

The Future May Be All About Tiny Wearables
They say good things come in small packages. And that appears to be doubly true for wearable technologies. Just as some devices are getting bigger because video (the happening thing) looks better bigger, there’s a parallel track of digital development that’s going for the smallest of the small.

ProConnections Rolls Out New Telehealth Consultation System
ProConnections, Inc., a provider of telemedicine solutions purpose-built for healthcare services, is touting something new. The company has just introduced its latest medical consultation system, the ProConnections Medical Consultation System 3000 (ProMCS-3000).

eCaring Comes to Private Pay Market
This week, with the stated goal of ensuring the best possible care for its clients, the folks at LifeStyle Options, Inc. — one of the Chicago’s leading home care companies — told mHealthWatch that they’ve signed an agreement with eCaring to provide its cloud-based care and disease management systems to LifeStyle’s clients.

Apple, IBM Join Forces To Improve The Quality Of Life For Senior Citizens In Japan
Senior citizens in Japan currently account for 25% of the nation’s population, however this number is expected to reach closer to 40% over the next 40 years.

The Legal Battle Begins Over Telemedicine In Texas
The Texas Medical Board is set to implement new rules and regulations related to telemedicine that go into effect as of June 2015. The President of the Board, Dr. Michael Arambula, said the board’s goal is to ensure patient safety and quality of care.

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