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Takeda explores the potential of ‘digital biomarkers’

Takeda explores the potential of ‘digital biomarkers’

The firm is collaborating with Mindstrong Health, whose digital phenotyping platform continuously measures brain function from passively collected smartphone data.

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  • Smart watch epilepsy monitor cleared by FDA Smart watch epilepsy monitor cleared by FDA

    The Embrace device - which is designed to detect the most dangerous types of seizures and alert caregivers via a smartphone app - has been commercially available for some time, but the FDA ... A boom in growth - driven by smartphone platforms such as

  • The shifting healthcare landscape The shifting healthcare landscape

    The NHS is certainly moving in this direction, as demonstrated by its recent trialling of a 24-hour service for Londoners that offers GP consultations via smartphone videolink.

  • Merck to pilot digital behavioural change programme Merck to pilot digital behavioural change programme

    Founded in 2015 Blue Mesa Health’s key offering is its year-long Transform programme, which integrates a smartphone app with connected bathroom scales and activity trackers to help patients manage ... Meanwhile, Roche acquired smartphone-based diabetes

  • Lilly boosts its forthcoming diabetes digital health offering Lilly boosts its forthcoming diabetes digital health offering

    FDA. approval or clearance. Meanwhile, Lilly’s diabetes rivals Novo Nordisk and Roche both increased their digital health investments this year, partnering with remote monitoring software firm Glooko and acquiring

  • FDA approves first Apple Watch medical device accessory FDA approves first Apple Watch medical device accessory

    AliveCor already sells an FDA-approved £99 device called KardiaMobile, a strip which attached to the back of a smartphone or in a separate carry pod and requires the user to

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  • A critical juncture for clinical data management A critical juncture for clinical data management

    Real-world data and evidence, electronic clinical outcome assessments, data from smartphones and other mobile devices, social media community data and electronic health/medical records are examples of the new data

  • Waking the sleeping giant Waking the sleeping giant

    In Kenya, an online medical service allows patients to access doctors via video applications (like Skype) on their computers, tablets or smartphones.

  • Speech therapy Speech therapy

    Only now, in a world of ubiquitous smartphones and comfort with messaging apps, two recent studies demonstrate that the human face, name and pseudo-realistic animation adopted by Laura are no

  • Implementing eHealth innovation Implementing eHealth innovation

    We have also developed a GH treatment-supporting, educational smartphone application that combines gaming with facts and tips about taking their medicine with the auto-injection device, which allows children with

  • A quest for innovative solutions A quest for innovative solutions

    new ways of monitoring major depressive order, epilepsy and multiple sclerosis using wearable devices and smartphone technology.

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  • Can we ‘outsmart’ smartphone addiction by using it to develop effective health apps?

    Can we ‘ outsmart’ smartphone addiction by using it to develop effective health apps? ... Smartphones seem to be the cause of and the solution to all our problems.

  • Kdan Mobile Software Ltd.

    We increase in smartphones, Kdan Mobile Software Ltd. has launched applications for android, iOS, Windows and Mac.

  • Connected Health

    It happened in the mid-90s as the Internet took off, in the mid-2000s as online video and social media went mainstream, and then again with the rise of smartphones

  • The patient will see you now

    The proliferation of the smartphone is set against a backdrop of health and wellness being at the top of our personal agendas. ... Consultations can take place remotely, when their smartphone tells them it’ s time.

  • Left to their own Devices?

    In other words, how much they liked it didn't seem to be adversely affected by smartphone completion. ... We all know how convenient smartphones are, which may help explain why experience scores are not significantly lower.

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