Here are some of the top stories in healthcare, telemedicine, and mobile health that our sister site mHealthWatch has been monitoring this past week.
2016 Sprint Accelerator Now Open for Applications
While Sprint Accelerator won’t kick off in Kansas City until February of 2016, that doesn’t mean now is a bad time to get excited. Now, in fact, is the perfect time, especially if you’re infatuated with all things mHealth.
Qualcomm Life Touts Connected Health Collaborations at Connect 2015
This week, Qualcomm Life announced that it is collaborating with Davita Healthcare Partners and P2Link to develop chronic care management solutions powered by Qualcomm Life’s 2net Device Connectivity Platform and HealthyCircles Care Coordination Platform to enable “continuous care, informed interventions and better management of at-risk populations.”
WellDoc, Samsung and Ontario Telemedicine Network Focusing on Canadian Diabetics
Recently, the team at digital health technology company WellDoc announced the launch of an innovative demonstration program with Samsung Electronics in Ontario, Canada through the Ontario Telemedicine Network (OTN).
mHealth Market Stands to Gain from Wearables Industry Expansion
The world of wearables is a vastly expanding ecosystem. That’s according to a new IDC report. And Apple is helping to drive that growth in a very tangible way.
TelePsych Alliance Aims to Assist Suicide Prevention with New App
This week, the team at GENBAND, a developer of real time communications software solutions, announced that its Kandy communications platform has been selected by The TelePsych Alliance.
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