The two companies will allow users to safely manage their health data, enable doctors to privately communicate with patients, and offer telehealth services.
Mackenzie aims to create a smart hospital where everyone can see where staff are, anticipate and respond to patient needs, and accurately route information.
Powered by BlackBerry's QNX Neutrino OS, the portable medical device captures and transmits secure medical data between the patient, doctor and hospital.
The first in a series of offerings being developed jointly by the two companies, the Browser enables interactive reporting on genomics data while on the go.
The Canadian company has a smartwatch in its labs, but it may never see the light of day; nevertheless, it's an “area of research” for BlackBerry.
Researchers have invented a low-cost, microchip-based test for diagnosing type-1 diabetes that could speed up tests and enable further study of the disease.
The two companies will collaborate on the development of HIPAA and other government privacy certified, integrated clinical systems.