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“Apple Watch is the most used heart rate monitor in the world”

Apple Special Event, September 2017. The new devices are great but I think the biggest development at Apple in 2017 will remain the “Today at Apple we’re going to be learning about…” and the renaming of the retail stores as … Continue reading

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President Trump talks up the TeleHealth opportunity at White House Department of Veterans Affairs Event

mHealth Insights Visually this is all just ridiculous: Wearing white coats while video calling (CHECK), carrying a stethoscope (CHECK), reading from technology from ancient Egypt (CHECK), windows 95 user interface (CHECK), claims that it is affordable to deploy at scale the precise telehealth … Continue reading

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International Congress on Mobile Health Devices & Seizure Detection in Epilepsy, Copenhagen, 7-9 July 2017

Starting Friday (7-8 July 2017) in Copenhagen Denmark the “1st International Congress on Mobile Health Devices and Seizure Detection in Epilepsy” looks set to be a fascinating meeting and I only wish the program had been posted earlier as I … Continue reading

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“We live in a time when we have to spend a lot of our time undoing misinformation”

“What Used to Be Fraud Is Now Alternative Medicine…    …Sometimes a very, very common story that I hear is, “Yeah, I saw two or three physicians. I think I have Lyme disease, and my physicians say I don’t have … Continue reading

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mHealth impact in Oncology is now “exploding”

“so we’re excited this year that ASCO has continued to emphasize the importance of mHealth or Mobile Health to its membership, this is an exciting area that’s now exploding” Adam Dicker, MD, PhD, of the Sidney Kimmel Cancer Centre, Philadelphia, … Continue reading

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Should London look to tech to temporarily make dangerously clad tower blocks safer?

Last week I was in London attending London Tech Week (check out the comprehensive mHealth guide here) and was going to post a few notes on my experience but couldn’t bring myself to publish them as the event for me … Continue reading

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Share: The surefire way to ensure a Sickcare Society won’t invite you back

How the American Diabetes Society Unleashed The Streisand Effect by Marie Ennis-O’Connor explains how outdated social media practices are at last back firing on the large sickcare conference organisers/societies that use them to try and maintain their commercial interests. A couple of … Continue reading

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