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This page shows the latest wearables news and features for those working in and with pharma, biotech and healthcare.

Smart watch epilepsy monitor cleared by FDA

Smart watch epilepsy monitor cleared by FDA

We have worked for years building wearable stress and emotion sensors, and then accidentally discovered we could pick up changes in the skin elicited by brain activity related to the most ... The market for wearable devices with healthcare applications

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  • 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. ... It has also partnered with US firm Great Lakes NeuroTech to develop wearables and other tech tools to measure and monitor

  • Parkinson’s disease - unlocking the doors to breakthrough treatments Parkinson’s disease - unlocking the doors to breakthrough treatments

    One of the attractive things about wearables is that you can get more data over multiple days - the good and the bad days - and get more of a collective picture with

  • Integrating digital biomarkers into precision medicine Integrating digital biomarkers into precision medicine

    Increasingly, through the use of innovative devices such as portables, wearables, interactives, implantables and ingestibles, life science companies are looking to use ‘digital biomarkers’to measure physiological, cognitive or behavioural

  • Evolve and thrive vs wait and wither Evolve and thrive vs wait and wither

    What is the future of your marketing function?

  • Adding value to company leadership Adding value to company leadership

    New investors, new skills. The emergence of big data, along with the integration of consumer data from mobile health and wearables, brings new types of people into corporate leadership where novel ... Looking to integrate data from wearable sensors?

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  • How to choose your digital channels

    Wearable computing’ was a buzzword of 2016. It genuinely is very exciting but what’ s the right use for it? ... A better patient use for wearable tech would be a reminder to take medication or a way to track an exercise regimen or monitor heart rate.

  • Connected Health

    Connected Health. In recent decades, emerging technologies have repeatedly forced smart companies to answer the question: what’ s new here and what’ s our strategy now? It happened in the mid-90s as the Internet took off, in the mid-2000s as

  • Lucid Co-founder and COO discusses the changing landscape of healthcare communications

    Jan discusses the evolving science and evidence surrounding behavioural change and her hopes for the future – where advances in technology, such as wearable technology will provide accurate measurements of real patient

  • Getting personal with wearable tech

    The vital signs are good. Wearables are being put to use wherever we look, including in the NHS, which has endorsed wearable use in its own trials. ... Evidence to date suggests that wearable technology is plugging a gap in our knowledge.

  • Blog: Wearables – The Technologist’s view

    Blog: Wearables – The Technologist’ s view. Patient insight is key to a successful solution. ... The wearable technology market has come of age, with the emergence of wearables into the consumer mainstream.

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