With the 2019 code App Challenge, Cerner encourages innovators to build apps on its platforms that further transform health care.
The combined solution will allow providers to access data remotely, gaining more insight into how patients are using the technology.
Flow Neuroscience has invented a new, medication-free treatment for depression, comprised of a brain stimulation headset and therapy app.
The solution is made to encourage improved health and wellbeing through access to the health metrics of Garmin wearable devices.
While wrist-worn wearables accounted for the majority of the market with 63.2% share, ear-worn devices experienced the fastest growth (135.1% YoY).
Through the new platform, researchers and doctors will work on development of new treatments to help to find cures for diseases that affect Canadians.
The company is reportedly developing a wrist-worn device that would determine your emotions to make helpful suggestions and sell you products.
The new, AI-powered service will provide Aaptiv members with a personalized coaching plan that incorporates fitness, mindfulness, and healthy habits.
Leading biopharmaceutical organizations join Project Baseline initiative to engage more patients and clinicians in research and speed evidence generation.
The Cupertino-based company has a few key advantages over its technology rivals, including privacy and the huge base of iPhone and Apple Watch users.