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 eBook Suggests Homeschooling Done Wrong is Child Abuse
One of the most talked-about and controversial new ebooks to hit mobile screens this year was officially released on Thursday. And parents across the globe are flocking to the title in response to the uproar that followed its publication and subsequent mobile-focused marketing campaign.
AliveCor Expects FDA Clearance of EKG Band For Apple Watch
According to a news release from AliveCor, Inc., a leader in FDA-cleared electrocardiogram (EKG) technology for mobile devices, recently introduced the first medical-grade EKG band for the Apple Watch, Kardia Band (pending 510k clearance, expected availability late spring) along with a new app for smartphones.
Access Healthcare Aims to Bring Efficiency and Automation to Revenue Cycle Management
Access Healthcare, a provider of end-to-end healthcare revenue cycle services, has enabled new performance gains in revenue cycle management (RCM) by increasing efficiency through best practice process and the introduction of automation in it’s arc.in platform, a news release shared with MHW explains.
Amazon Plays Home to New Dr. Oz Inspired eBook
A red-hot new eBook inspired by the wisdom of Dr. Oz is generating ample buzz on Monday morning. Dr. Mehmet Oz, host of the highly acclaimed and often controversial “The Dr Oz Show,” is one of America’s foremost cardiothoracic surgeons, a bestselling author and beloved television personality, the Amazon product page for the new book reads.
ATA Announces Support for White House’s ConnectALL Initiative
This week, President Obama introduced ConnectALL, a new initiative aimed at ensuring broadband parity for Americans of all income levels. In unveiling ConnectALL, the President also announced a goal of providing broadband access to 20 million more Americans by 2020.
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