mHealth Apps and HIPAA : New Guidance Sheds More Light
Posted by:Shyam Deval March 29th, 2016
There is no denying the impact of mHealth apps on healthcare. It continues to revolutionize the way healthcare is delivered. From being a repository of useful information, to helping patients become more active participants in their care to remote patient monitoring and more, health apps continue to push the boundaries. These apps also provide a wealth of actionable insights to … Continue reading “mHealth Apps and HIPAA : New Guidance Sheds More Light”
Posted by:McKinley Hackett March 24th, 2016
IoT described so my grandmother can understand… If you’re reading this, then you probably already know IoT stands for The Internet of Things. Even armed with this knowledge some basics can still be uncovered.  The Internet of Things is also referred to as the Internet of Everything, but we’ll address that later. Let’s start with the standard Wikipedia definition of … Continue reading “IoT 101 – Explained So Even Grandma Can Understand”
Posted by:Shyam Deval March 23rd, 2016
Apple ResearchKit is coming up on its one-year birthday very shortly and what a year it has been for the framework. From the initial set of 5 Apps introduced along with the release of the framework last April, the number of apps now using RK has grown to almost 25 with new apps introduced almost every month. Besides the apps … Continue reading “ResearchKit and CareKit – Apple’s Vision For Health Apps”
Posted by:Ranjani Rao March 15th, 2016
No matter what kind of an app you are building, knowing what to test for and covering important test scenarios is key to ensuring a stable, quality product. The people testing the app must wear different hats and test it with various perspectives. One could be that of an end user playing around with the app for the first time. … Continue reading “Test Cases: The Lifeline Of Your QA Process”
Posted by:Ranjani Rao March 11th, 2016
There is no lack of innovations in medical research – in new treatments, drug development or findings ultimately directed at better health outcomes. But one area that is begging for innovation is ironically the one area that is moving the slowest – the area of making the whole process of research less burdensome to the participants and patients. Research participants … Continue reading “Medical Research – Mobile Apps for Research Participants”
Posted by:Nithin Rao March 10th, 2016
Every year Apple Inc. makes news with their new products and software releases and 2016 is yet another year of innovation and sustainability in terms of Enterprise Mobility. The developer fraternity and Apple enthusiasts will have a whole new world to explore with the release of iOS10. So here are some of the iOS 10 expected features: Rootless Security … Continue reading “Introducing iOS 10 and The Expected Features”
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”
Posted by:Ranjani Rao March 4th, 2016
Here’s launching a new series called the Did-You-Know series.Each blog in the series would give a quick set of interesting facts you could ruminate on and use when needed in your apps! Today’s post speaks about apps and promotional offers.  You may want to give the app free to a certain select audience for review or grant discounts as a … Continue reading “The Did-You-Know Series: Apps and Promotional Offers”
Posted by:Nithin Rao March 3rd, 2016
How important is sleep? Short Answer. Very. While the exact number of hours of required sleep for people may vary by age, it is a universal fact that good sleep is a vital indicator of good health, well being and happiness. But the fact is that sleep disorders affect a huge percentage of the population. Statistics show that chronic insomnia … Continue reading “How are IBM and Apple helping you sleep better?”
Posted by:Shyam Deval March 1st, 2016
In my blog couple weeks ago I highlighted few trends and predictions for IoT that caught my eyes from research reports and punditry predictions for 2015 on business and technology trends. Today I will focus on couple of the more general mobility trends that I found fascinating. By all account Mobile adoption in Enterprise increased rapidly in 2015 – spurring … Continue reading “Digital Technology Trends And Predictions For 2016-Part 2”

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