Here are some of the top stories in healthcare, telemedicine, and mobile health that mHealthWatch has been monitoring this past week.
New Study Examines How Technology Companies Define, Create New Wearable Tech
According to an announcement recently from the MU News Bureau, the creation and use of wearable technology, such as Apple watches, Google Glass, and Fitbits, have “drastically increased in recent years as technological advances have allowed manufacturers to create devices that were once only seen on science fiction shows.”
New Funding, Customer Additions Drive Strong Growth for mPulse Mobile
mPulse Mobile has found momentum in 2016, enjoying rapid growth fueled by what the young company calls demand for innovative solutions that lower costs and improve health outcomes.
Kinvey Launching HIPAA Compliant Mobile Backend as a Service on Google Cloud Platform
mHealthWatch learned Monday that Kinvey, a leading enterprise mobile Backend as a Service (mBaaS), is launching a HIPAA compliant mBaaS on Google Cloud Platform.
Salesforce Scores $100M HHS Deal
Salesforce has inked a mammoth deal with the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services. Salesforce, a leading CRM company, says that the HHS team has launched an agency-wide $100 million Blanket.
eTreatMD, Arthritis Society Launching mHealth App for Hand Arthritis
eTreatMD, a health-focused app developer, has just announced the release of eTreatMD myHand, a mobile health app for managing hand arthritis.
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