Tags » Mobile Health Care

Google developing a cancer detecting pill

LAGUNA BEACH, Calif. – Google is working on a cancer-detecting pill in its latest effort to push the boundaries of technology.

Still in the experimental stage, the pill is packed with tiny magnetic particles, which can travel through a patient’s bloodstream, search for malignant cells and report their findings to a sensor on a wearable device. 601 more words


Can Mobile Health Services Bridge the Gap Between the Have and Have Nots?

On Tuesday, March 26th, Dr. John Piette will present on the use of mobile health care services in addressing health disparities. This talk will take place in  the… 119 more words


Care Plan Choices

The days of doctor’s orders consisting of “take two pills and call me in the morning” are long behind us.  Modern care plans are carefully defined and laid out for the doctor, health care provider, and patient.  259 more words

Mobile Health Care

Eating and Drinking Healthier - With Mobile App Support

I attended the annual WLSA Wireless Health Convergence Summit in San Diego this past week.  As one might expect, the event was filled with references to accountable care, the promise of mHealth, the virtues of patient centric centric care, etc. 187 more words

Mobile Health Care

A new way forward for CARD

For the past year, we have had the privilege of working with Mayo Clinic to transform their CARD database into an electronic “safe” shopping list that can change the lives of those who have contact allergies. 171 more words

Mobile Health Care

The Cost of Retirement

Amid all of the debate about the future of Medicare and the burden to be paid by future retirees lies hidden a more imminent evil.  The cost of health care in the last chapter of life has already become prohibitively expensive.   256 more words

Mobile Health Care

Telehealth--We Hardly Knew You…

One wouldn’t expect that a session on the strategic future of telehealth would talk about the demise of the category.  But that is exactly what happened at an executive panel on the strategic future of telehealth at the annual convention of the… 242 more words

Mobile Health Care