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Selfie healthcare

“Advances in computer vision and facial recognition are turning the smartphone camera into a powerful diagnostic aid. For patients facing extremely rare medical conditions, a smartphone could be a lifesaver. 65 more words


Wearables could soon know you’re sick before you do

“Mike Snyder was clearing brush behind his brother’s western Massachusetts house, when the tick bit him. A few days later, on a flight to Norway, his palms itched and his head grew woozy. 83 more words


Turning mHealth applications into services

Swallowing antibiotics prescribed by my doctor to treat bronchitis, I imagined how nice it could be if my doctor noticed the effect immediately. I may cut on antibiotics in case fever drops or, on the contrary, take more appropriate measures in case it jumps up. 949 more words

Health Psychologists Working in Public Health

The Behaviour and Interventions Research Group (BIR) situated within the Centre for Technology Enabled Health Research (CTEHR), Coventry University, is one of the few applied groups of Health Psychologists with joint roles in research and public health. 257 more words


31 new digital health tools showcased at CES 2017

While digital health doesn’t have as big of a presence at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas as other industries, there were a fair number of wearables, apps and sensor-enabled tools showcased. 57 more words


Amulet project overview - video

This presentation was captured and shared by the University of Washington when Professor David Kotz visited to present the Amulet project in a CS department colloquium, early in December 2016.


Connected medical devices put healthcare at risk for sophisticated malware attacks

“Healthcare is one of three industries facing the highest risk of a cyberattack in 2017, particularly as patient records and medical devices have become more interconnected.  58 more words