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What’s the ‘best’ example of ‘Digital Quackery’ you’ve seen?

Digital quackery is a thing. It’s the big thing right now. The hype on health apps. Here’s an overview of systematic reviews of trials on their impact. You’ll be astonished to hear there are very few trials, and gazillions of … Continue reading

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CNBC: Why TeleMedicine is a Bust

A fascinating article on “Why telemedicine has been such a bust so far” by Christina Farr. mHealth Insights The first thing that should be obvious about why TeleMedicine is a bust can be seen at a glance. The newest mass … Continue reading

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Apple FaceTime can now support group calls

At the Apple World Wide Developer Conference (WWDC) today Apple announced that the latest iOS12 software update for the iPhone, iPad and Mac (expected to be live later this year) will support FaceTime group video calls with the ability to coordinate video calls … Continue reading

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Join us at the Global Clinical Trials Connect 2018, 25-26 April, London

On Thursday the 26th April 2018 we’ll be presenting on Mobile First Clinical Trial Design at the Global Clinical Trials Connect 2018 Conference in London. Overview “The Global Clinical Trials Connect 2018 conference focuses on introducing pioneer technology, developing better … Continue reading

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NHS Digital is doing sterling work to undermine trust in the NHS

“The Home Office is displaying a blatant disregard for the trusted and vital GP-patient relationship, and its casual approach to confidential patient data risks alienating highly vulnerable patients…  …It is treating GP patient data like the Yellow Pages, and we … Continue reading

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American Medical Association launches a Healthcare Interoperability & Innovation Challenge with Google

In a rather bizarre turn around just when the US is just waking up to the huge privacy implications of sharing their sensitive medical information with companies like Facebook & Google (who then seemingly think it’s perfectly ok to sell … Continue reading

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Privacy & Patient access to Healthcare Record information

Imagine how Patients would cross examine healthcare provider organisations that don’t provide Patients with access to Health Records: “(PATIENT) Would you be comfortable sharing with me the name of the conditions you have diagnosed me with and the results and … Continue reading

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