From mHealth apps to telehealth platforms to sensor-embedded smart homes, connected care technology is helping America's growing ranks of seniors stay healthy and active.Read More
Cedars-Sinai and UCLA researchers have found that a consumer-grade mHealth wearable - in this case, a Fitbit - can help providers in remote patient monitoring programs for patients with heart issues.Read More
By screening nearly 300 user reviews and comments for a once popular App claiming to effectively monitor blood pressure, Johns Hopkins researchers found that a high "star rating" doesn't necessarily reflect medical accuracy or value.Read More
Evidation Health and Brigham and Women's Hospital have launched an mHealth program to collect and analyze digital health data from sensors in wearables and smartphones to help people dealing with chronic pain.
Smartphones have long been considered an ideal mHealth tool for personalized medicine, capable of collecting individual data and pushing out targeted reminders and information. Now that data is being used to power population health programs, with strong success.Read More