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Novartis plans digital therapeutics for schizophrenia and MS

Novartis plans digital therapeutics for schizophrenia and MS

Pear was also one of just nine firms picked last year for an FDA digital health pilot programme, with it lining up alongside the likes of Apple, Verily and Fitbit. .

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  • Managing medication non-adherence Managing medication non-adherence

    Fitbit-type gadgets demonstrate that user engagement drops off after six months or so when data is simply descriptive and just provides a summary of what has happened in the past.

  • Here’s to all the bright sparks Here’s to all the bright sparks

    And you thought your Fitbit was cutting edge? Moving forward to 1628: William Harvey is the first person to explain precisely how blood is pumped around the body by the heart.

  • Don't you forget about me Don't you forget about me

    The 'hot right now' gang are focused on wearable health technology, capitalising on solutions for those who wear their FitBit, who share their running routes on Strava and have their Pocket

  • Healthcare costs Healthcare costs

    Devices such as those created by Apple, Fitbit and Jawbone offer tracking of not just steps, but blood pressure, heart rate, sleep patterns, temperature and more.

  • Wearables - the technologist’s view Wearables - the technologist’s view

    Products like Apple Watch and Fitbit have set the stage for an acceptance of products that are more focused around specific health outcomes.

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  • The Rise of the (Health) Machines: Do Fitness Trackers Work?

    Today, Fitbit has its fair share of competitors and for good reason – more people are becoming interested in their personal health. ... A $25 pedometer is as good of a behavioral change tool as a Fitbit.”.

  • Blog: Wearables – The Technologist’s view

    Products like Apple Watch and Fitbit have set the stage for an acceptance of products that are more focused around specific health outcomes.

  • The patient will see you now

    Wearables such as the ‘ FitBit’ or ‘ Pebble’ track basic fitness measures, though with this technology we can track much more than traditional markers, and devices - such as the Apple Watch - with

  • Don't you forget about me...

    The ‘ hot right now’ gang are focused on wearable health technology, capitalising on solutions for those who wear their FitBit, who share their running routes on Strava and have their Pocket

  • Getting personal with wearable tech

    Getting personal with wearable tech. From the brightly coloured Fitbits, to the plethora of health apps available for Apple’ s iWatch, it’ s easy to see how the global market for

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