Digital Health’s September app and mobile round up involves an app to help those with Tinnitus, a glucose reader that will help diabetics and an early warning device for pregnant women.
A London-based digital health start-up has secured $US8m to further its technological development in tackling musculoskeletal (MSK) injuries.
July’s mobile and app news in brief heads to the stars for its health wearables, as well as the slightly more grounded celebrations of a health app.
Apple CEO Tim Cook was spotted wearing a glucose monitoring device attached to his Apple Watch, monitoring how his blood sugar responds to food and exercise.
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This month’s mobile and app news in brief takes a look at AI, patient controlled records, and explores various health app comparison sites – an area NHS England is also getting into with its recently launched App Library.
A Type 2 diabetes app called Changing Health, that has received nearly £1 million in funding over three years, will be rolled out in CCGs across England.
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One on England’s most digitally advanced trusts, Salford Royal, will start using patient wearable generated data to personalise treatment.
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Reporter, Laura Stevens, reviews the top ten technologies at London’s Digital Health Technology Show with virtual reality, augmented reality and wearables.
A private insurer is offering UK customers super cheap Apple Watches with its policies but there’s a catch (or two).
The head of technology for the NIHR Clinical Research Network says fitness apps are already being used to recruit people to clinical trials; but there are some hurdles to their being used in healthcare.