The US Food and Drug Administration says two mHealth platforms used by those living with diabetes, the Medtronic MiniMed 508 and Paradigm Series insulin pumps, could be hacked and remotely controlled to deliver dangerous doses of insulin.Read More
Researchers at the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia say an mHealth platform using video game technology may improve care management for children diagnosed with both autism and ADHD - and help their parents as well.Read More
Payers and providers need to plan their mHealth platforms carefully to avoid digital point solution fatigue. One connected health communications expert oers four suggestions for separating the method from the madness.Read More
California researchers say a test of sensor-embedded socks has proven that the mHealth wearable can help both patients and providers track foot health in real time and spot early signs of diabetic ulcers.Read More
It's official — Eric Carreel, cofounder of French health tech company Withings, has bought back Nokia’s digital health division two years after it was sold to the Finnish tech giant. Carreel plans to relaunch the Withings brand by the end of 2018.Read More
A connected healthcare where patients can transmit data back to their physician to monitor their vitals after leaving the hospital has been a dream for many. The ability to leverage connected devices to capture and transmit relevant health information from a patient's heart monitor while at home or record oxygen levels while in the operating room shows the power of medical devices. But with the recent debilitating distributed denial of service attacks against some of the top DNS servers, such as those used by Amazon, many IT executives have had to question whether or not their IoT strategy is still safe or even possible.