Here are some of the top stories in healthcare, telemedicine, and mobile health that our sister site mHealthWatch has been monitoring this past week.
New Apple Watch Software Excites Healthcare-Focused App Developers
This week at WWDC 2015, Apple used its annual developer conference to preview watchOS 2, the first major software update for Apple Watch. The update, Apple says, gives developers the tools to build faster and more powerful apps running natively on Apple Watch.
Are Wearable Technologies Fueling The Eternal Youth Fire?
While wearable technologies are still establishing themselves in the marketplace, wearable technology combined with health related mobile apps allow users to track and monitor all aspects of their health like never before.
More Details Confirmed Ahead of 2015 Digital Health Summer Summit
Plans for the fourth annual Digital Health Summer Summit, produced by Living in Digital Times and co-hosted by the Center for Digital Health Innovation at UCSF, are quickly taking shape.
Sanguine Accelerates Smart Technology and Adaptable Mobile Health Force
Sanguine, a technology company providing services to the personalized medicine and biomedical research market, confirmed to mHealthWatch that they will be expanding their services to improve clinical trial efficiency through enhanced patient recruitment, retention and trial procedures.
Georgia Partnership for TeleHealth Joins GaHIN
mHealthWatch has learned that care providers at Georgia’s school clinics will be able to remotely access student health information from pediatricians and other providers to “deliver better onsite care now that Georgia Partnership For TeleHealth (GPT) has joined Georgia Health Information Network (GaHIN).”
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