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Spire Health Tag makes every clothes smart

Spire Health Tag makes every clothes smart

The small device delivers actionable insights on sleep, stress, and activity in a form factor that integrates into your existing wardrobe.

BCBSA, Onduo team-up on three state pilot programs to address diabetes

BCBSA, Onduo team-up on three state pilot programs to address diabetes

The pilot program members will be matched with wireless glucose monitors, mobile apps, lifestyle support and team of healthcare experts.

drchrono offers free iPad Pro units as part of its EHR bundle program

drchrono offers free iPad Pro units as part of its EHR bundle program

The company says Apple's tablet is the future of clinical charting and is revolutionizing today's medical practice.

UnitedHealthcare adds Samsung and Garmin wearables to its wellness program

UnitedHealthcare adds Samsung and Garmin wearables to its wellness program

The activity trackers made by the two companies are the latest devices available through UnitedHealthcare Motion's BYOD model, enabled by Qualcomm Life.

Propeller Health, Express Scripts team-up to improve health for people with asthma and COPD

Propeller Health, Express Scripts team-up to improve health for people with asthma and COPD

Propeller's FDA-cleared digital solution will be provided to Express Scripts members using inhaler sensors and a mobile app to manage asthma or COPD.

ResMed's AirMini updated with remote patient monitoring capability

ResMed's AirMini updated with remote patient monitoring capability

The feature enables clinicians to see patients' nightly data, verify adherence, and spot issues, enabling them to engage patients to reach better outcomes.

Fitbit selected for a NIH precision medicine research program

Fitbit selected for a NIH precision medicine research program

Up to 10,000 Fitbit Charge 2 and Fitbit Alta HR devices will be provided to a representative sample of the research program volunteers for a one-year study.

IQVIA report: mHealth apps in five therapy areas could produce $7B in annual savings

IQVIA report: mHealth apps in five therapy areas could produce $7B in annual savings

The number of mHealth apps have nearly doubled since 2015; 318,500 now available with roughly 200 new apps added daily to top app stores.

mHealth Economics 2017: 325,000 mobile health apps available in 2017

mHealth Economics 2017: 325,000 mobile health apps available in 2017

Over 2,400 mHealth app developers and healthcare professionals shared market and business insights, and contributed to Research2Guidance's annual report.

Johnson & Johnson Health Partner to help patients prepare for surgery and recovery

Johnson & Johnson Health Partner to help patients prepare for surgery and recovery

The digital platform enables patients to physically, mentally and emotionally navigate certain surgeries.