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Posted by:McKinley Hackett March 8th, 2016
The advances in IoT-m, Internet of Things for medical, are both exhilarating and ominous. Earlier this week, Duke University published results for taking the brainwaves from a monkey to control a robotic chair! Yes, it’s a bit creepy to think about brainwaves controlling a device, but once you get past the shock-and-awe of the situation, the opportunity for medical advancements … Continue reading “Monkey Mind Controls A Wheelchair, An Internet of Things solution”
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Posted by:Nithin Rao February 4th, 2016
The healthcare industry today is witnessing an ideology shift, with more emphasis on patient-centered care. Government mandates and regulations, along with rising patient expectations have led to physicians increasing focus on patient engagement and satisfaction. A growing amount of data too validates that when a patient’s role shifts from a passive recipient to a more active participant in his own care, the results are … Continue reading “Physicians, Here Are 5 Reasons To Say ‘Yes’ To Mobile Apps”
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Posted by:Shyam Deval January 29th, 2016
A couple weeks ago I wrote about how most of the mHealth apps are not meeting usability and functionality expectations of users – thus resulting a severe underuse of these apps.  With the increasingly ‘app-centric’ lives of patients, this gap is now starting to influence how they feel about overall service satisfaction with the providers – with some … Continue reading “mHealth And Meaningful Patient Engagement -Part 2”
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Posted by:Shyam Deval January 8th, 2016
Apple ResearchKit is making a lot of news these days in clinical and medical research with the glamorous launch of multiple of research apps. Using mobile phones as a research tool seems to be a game changer.More than 15 apps have been launched in less than an year. Apple ResearchKit has some inevitable limitations. As of … Continue reading “ResearchStack: The ResearchKit for Android”
Posted by:Shyam Deval December 29th, 2015
After its release in mid-2015 Apple ResearchKit has generated quite a stir in the research world. Other than the initial apps that we saw earlier, there are quite a few new ResearchKit apps that are very innovative and have utilized the features of the smartphone and wearable technology. Here is a list of a few apps that include … Continue reading “New & Innovative ResearchKit Apps”

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