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New App Helps Military Families Through Tough Times

The new psychological trend in digital/mHealth helps out military families when they are on the constant move. Dr. Kelly Blasko, psychologist at the National Center for Telehealth and Technology, along with the hit children’s show, “Sesame Street,” have partnered together to create an app,...

Drug Delivery Through A Microchip

Yes, it’s what all Telemedicine and mHealth doctors/investors have been waiting for: the delivery of drugs from a microchip. According to the company, “MicroCHIPS’,” “the product is an implantable, wirelessly controlled and programmable, microchip-based drug delivery device. The device is implanted under the skin in...

Telemedicine Tips For Senior Care

When it comes to the world of telemedicine, the most patients are senior citizens who can’t travel long distances to doctors’ appointments and hospital visits. Here are 5 tips on why Telemedicine is so important: 1. Telemedicine Gives You Greater Access To Healthcare:...

Telemedicine With Selfies?

Selfies, the popular photo trend afflicting teens today, is now becoming a tool to help many of those same teens address another affliction, acne. San Diego dermatologist, David Lortscher, recently started his own dermatology company, called “Pocket Derm.” Patients complete their medical history online, and...

Telemedical Robots New Trend In Rural Areas

Many Telemedicine companies have software on computers and phones, but the new trend is actual robots. For patients in rural areas who do not have access to doctors, Telemedical robots, projecting an image of the doctor’s face, standing about five feet tall. “When a doctor...

Telemedicine Use High For Nighttime Patient Admissions

A new study suggested that nighttime would be one of the most useful times to use Telemedicine at hospitals, as “Telemedicine is most effective when applied where physician resources are scarce, patient care is time sensitive and service volume may distributed across a network.” As...

Test for Kidney Disease On Your Smart-Phone

Researchers at the University of Cambridge have developed a new smart-phone app that can provide tests for individuals with diabetes and kidney disease. The Colorimetrix software also allows test-strip results to be shared real-time with medical professionals for quicker diagnosis and treatment. “The app uses...

Telehealth Goes Global Pacific

A new Telehealth program in Manila, Phillipines, has recently been launched by the Metro Pacific Investments Corp (MPIC) to serve remote area hospitals. “MPIC Hospital Group president Augusto Palisoc said it is piloting a telehealth service involving two machines located in company-owned Asian Hospital and...

Tech Waves Soars Into Digital Health

With all the new developments in technology, the digital health sector is benefiting the most. Every tech company is developing devices, such as robotic legs, and apps helping keep track of cholesterol/dietary needs, all suited to the customers health benefit. Robin Raskin, founder of “Living...