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Apple Watch shows promise in heart study, but doctors sceptical

Apple Watch shows promise in heart study, but doctors sceptical

The virtual design of this study also provides a strong foundation upon which future research can be conducted to explore the health implications of wearable technology.”. ... partnered with pharma giant Johnson and Johnson to assess the impact of

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  • Going digital Going digital

    Innovations include the digitalisation of diagnosis and prevention through the use of wireless, mHealth solutions such as smartphone apps, wearables, gamification and remote monitoring.

  • Big opportunities in big data, but EMA and industry just getting started Big opportunities in big data, but EMA and industry just getting started

    wearables and mobile health apps.

  • D-day: time to make digital deliver D-day: time to make digital deliver

    It’s unlikely that 2018 will have yielded any less. The interventions are wide-ranging; an abundance of apps, wearables and portals are helping patients and prescribers manage long-term conditions, ... Google’s work in health is, among many diverse

  • Abbott’s wearable glucose monitor to be available across England Abbott’s wearable glucose monitor to be available across England

    FreeStyle Libre will be prescribed to those with T1 diabetes. Patients with type 1 diabetes across England will soon be able to access Abbott's FreeStyle Libre wearable glucose sensor, a ... The wearable device is about the size of a £2 coin and is

  • Entering the era of digital trials Entering the era of digital trials

    Using ankle-worn wearables to calculate stride velocity at home could eliminate the confounding effect of motivation. ... In these and other ways, sensor-laden wearables are enabling the remote assessment of safety and efficacy.

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  • The Future of Pharma sales: fast forward to 2029

    We could see an end to the smartphone era as more people turn to wearables, like watches and glasses.

  • Can wearables really transform healthcare?

    At CES, the Consumer Electronics Show and the place to be for the world’s latest and upcoming electronic gadgets, wearables were everywhere. ... Even the traditional, fitness tracker wearables can have a significant impact on our health.

  • Practical Patient Centricity

    Cost effective wearable technology can gather this data, enabling the ‘silent patient voice’ to be heard – coupled with regulatory changes, clinical trials can be shortened and costs reduced.Companies such as

  • Apple Watch Series 4: A life-saving tool or just making us more health obsessed?

    It’s no surprise that major tech brands, such as Apple, fitbit and Amazon, cottoned on to this idea and developed an array of wearable health tech devices that enable us ... With this in mind, are wearable devices, such as Apple’s new watch, really

  • More tell, less sell: HCP-centric comms

    Communicating with HCPs 101: we put ourselves in HCPs’ shoes to understand exactly what they want from pharma communications. A downloadable version of this white paper is available on the right of this page. To discover more about IGNIFI,

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