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[21 Feb 2011 | Comments Off | 3,339 Views]

Jay Donovan over at CrunchGear posted this fascinating video –

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[6 Jan 2011 | Comments Off | 2,141 Views]
JWT 100 Things to Watch in 2011 – mHealth and Medical Apps

JWT came out with a very detailed and convincing near-term trends for 2011. mHealth ranks high on the link –

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JWT: 100 Things to Watch in 2011
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[1 Jan 2011 | Comments Off | 1,541 Views]
Alivecor Launching iPhonECG in CES – Resets mHealth Expectation!

CES is not the event Apple loves to hang out but make no mistake, every year, Apple products set the agenda. Seattle based Alivecor is adding to the i-mania in CES. Company is set to announce amazing app which converts your regular iPhone into ECG machine. Yes future is here and now. World is changing right in front of your eyes.
Take a look at this demo:

Apps like these will make a qualitative difference in heath care practices. It’s just amazing how quickly mobile health is picking innovation. All thanks …

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[25 Nov 2010 | Comments Off | 3,161 Views]
NYTimes: The Pacifier Gets an Upgrade: Apps and Gadgets to Soothe the Baby

Health care industry can learn a lot from infant gadget market. Think small for target market as well for device featureset.
.. you’ll find both an app and a gadget that claim to decode your baby’s cries. The app, called the Cry Translator, costs $9.99 in the iPhone App Store, while the gadget, the Why Cry Baby Analyzer, sells for $39.99 at ThinkGeek.com, an online electronics store, among other Web outlets. But don’t bother with either one. At least in my experience, these cry analyzers are at best novel curiosities, and …

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[23 Nov 2010 | Comments Off | 1,397 Views]

Curve Dental has launched questionnaire app for it’s dental patients. From their press release:
Curve Dental, creators of Web-based dental software, announced their development of an iPad app that will modernize the way in which patient information is gathered and digitized in the dental practice. Using the new app, called Curve Questionnaire, the dental practice can create check-in, medical history and other types of forms for their patients to complete using an iPad. Data entered by the patient is written directly to Curve Dental’s Web-based dental software when the patient submits …