From smartphone attachments that can diagnose an ear infection to apps that can monitor mental health, new tools are tilting health-care control from doctors to patients.
Wi-Fi, smartphones, and all associated phenomena have permeated lives all around the globe. We are just seeing the first generation of humans to grow up with these things – the first of the ‘digital n
Nowadays, mobile apps are useful for both patients as well doctors. Due to increase in popularity for these apps, they are widely used. Read out the major reasons for their demand.
Health apps are only the beginning.
Guest post written by Derek Newell Derek Newell is CEO of Jiff, which provides a HIPAA-compliant social network and apps platform for healthcare. Derek Newell Earlier this year Kaiser Permanente leapf
Smartphone- and tablet-based medical devices and apps have significant potential to affect the patient-clinician relationship and improve the efficiency of the health care system. Virtual Mentor is a
The use of mobile devices by health care professionals (HCPs) has transformed many aspects of clinical practice.1,2 Mobile devices have become commonplace in health care settings, leading to rapid gro