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Study asks physicians if they are prescribing apps

This Swedish study shows that only a minority of physicians give advice to patients regarding health apps at the moment. However, most of them are convinced that mobile health will be part of patients’ management in the future and will improve patients’ self management abilities – via iMedicalApps.

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Smart Vision Labs gets $6.1M for iPhone-enabled vision testing device

New York City-based Smart Vision Labs, which has developed a smartphone-based autorefractor for vision testing, raised $6.1 million in a round led by Techstars Ventures with participation from Heritage Group, Connectivity Capital, and Red Sea Ventures, according to TechCrunch. via mobihealthnews.

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Why you should try Dr on Demand - an unbiased review

In the second article in my series on telehealth I’d like to talk a little bit about my family’s experiences with a service called Dr on demand. 754 more words

Healthcare

Mobile Health: Pros and Cons

Mobile health is possibly the most prolific and exciting new revolution in health technology. Dozens of mobile apps launch every day that aim to improve healthcare in some way.  432 more words

Startups

Global mHealth (Mobile Healthcare) Bible 2015 - 2020 : Worldwide Market size, share, analysis and focus

(EMAILWIRE.COM, June 22, 2015 ) Global mHealth (Mobile Healthcare) Bible 2015 – 2020 : Worldwide Market size, share, analysis and focus Call 866-997-4948 (Us-Canada Toll Free) Tel: +1-518-618-1030 with your industry research requirements or email the details on sales@researchmoz.us With more than… 9 more words

AliveCor Launches Updated App : The New Heart Journal

I’ve been using AliveCor to measure ECG on my smartphone for years. I’ve seen its evolution from the very early device to the one of today. 166 more words

Medicine