Category : ios
Posted by:Shyam Deval March 28th, 2017
One of the most interesting aspects of using new-age technologies for research is how they can redefine the very objectives of research studies! New horizons are being touched every day as researchers, scientists and technologists unravel new ways to capture data, newer kinds of data that can be captured and fascinating insights drawn from them! Here are 5 ways in … Continue reading “5 ways Health Studies can benefit by using Apple ResearchKit”
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Posted by:Shyam Deval January 27th, 2017
A report from research firm IDC has thrown more light on the emerging importance of Artificial Intelligence (AI). According to a new Worldwide Semiannual Cognitive/Artificial Intelligence Systems Spending Guide, spending on AI technologies is all set to surge from $8 billion in 2016 to $47 billion in 2020. With healthcare being one of the industries that will invest the most … Continue reading “Artificial Intelligence in Healthcare”
Posted by:Shyam Deval January 18th, 2017
2017 is almost upon us. And with it brings the predictions and expectations of the trends that may have significant impact on the industry in the next four quarters. And, healthcare in 2017 is no different. There are many innovative and exciting technology trends on the horizon – some new and some newly maturing that promise to leave an impression … Continue reading “Digital Healthcare Technology Trends to Watch Out For In 2017”
Posted by:McKinley Hackett December 9th, 2016
There are now more millennials (75.4M) in the workforce than Baby Boomers (74.9M). In 2016, Millennials are in the 19-35 age range and Baby Boomers are in the 52-70 range. But despite the apparent differences in these demographics, both groups are tech savvy and already used to technology enhanced customer experiences.   Patient Engagement matters even more since Baby Boomers … Continue reading “Baby Boomers vs Millennials in mHealth”
Posted by:Jason Schwartz December 6th, 2016
This was initially published on the Medidata blog and has been republished here with permission. Medidata recently launched the AppConnect Partner Program to help facilitate and support new types of innovation in mobile health. The program connects experts in mobile apps and remote patient research with Medidata’s Patient Cloud platform. With the launch of this program, … Continue reading “The AppConnect Partner Program in Action”
Posted by:Ranjani Rao November 18th, 2016
Dr. Dennis Ausiello, Director of the Center for Assessment Technology and Continuous Health (CATCH) at Massachusetts General Hospital, says the smartphone is “the greatest medical device ever made”. (Click here to learn more). And of course it is true. The smartphone can be the point of convergence for all information related to a patient’s health. It can track … Continue reading “The Greatest Medical Device Ever Made”
Posted by:Ranjani Rao October 12th, 2016
This blog is a quick tutorial for creating Consent Document for a ResearchKit based study app. ResearchKit allows you to develop a Consent document for your study app with a few building blocks. There are different Consent sections you can choose to have therein. ResearchKit provides some default consent sections that you can re-use with your own content filled in. … Continue reading “Creating a Consent Document for ResearchKit apps: A Quick Tutorial”
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Posted by:Nithin Rao October 4th, 2016
IBM Watson In Healthcare: What You Should Know? In the previous blog we looked at the potential of IBM Watson in healthcare. In this blog we will look in detail of how it is of use in various sections of healthcare. Evidence Based Diagnosis The biggest and much needed area of healthcare is that of the evidence based diagnosis. Today, … Continue reading “IBM Watson In Healthcare: What You Should Know?”
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Posted by:Ranjani Rao September 20th, 2016
With Apple ResearchKit™ making inroads into medical research, the field is now open for a number of innovations that can increase participation, keep participants motivated to finish the study and increase retention. One area of research that can be daunting for participants is sifting through the sheer volume of information that is provided on the research study. No … Continue reading “Medical Research And Participant Education On The Go”
Posted by:Ranjani Rao September 16th, 2016
Apple’s ResearchKit has made great inroads into medical research studies that are open to a wide audience, do not require medical intervention and where participants can self-select and sign up. The main reason that Apple ResearchKit has been so successful here is the fact that research study participation is through mobile apps that allow participants to participate at … Continue reading “Apple ResearchKit, Medical Research and Pharma Research Studies”
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