Wearable tech is becoming more and more commonplace in modern society. In fact, the global wearables market grew by an impressive 35.1% in 2020...
The growth of telemedicine over the next few years will hinge on how payers evolve their reimbursement policies, and the quality of care patients receive.
Taking a closer look at some of the changes considering the technological impact on patient behavior, treatment outcomes, and the technologies themselves.
The new Galaxy S7 smartphones incorporate all of the bells and whistles you would expect to find in a top-end device made by the world's largest phone maker.
Right now, Microsoft's strategy is "Mobile First, Cloud First" but because of all the changes in the market, there's gotta be room to add "Health First" to the mix.
Most consumers think that because an app is available through a trusted retailer, they must have been reviewed by the FDA, which isn't usually the case.
Under this scenario, vendors would offer some of the features for free, while some others would cost extra money after an introductory trial period.
If Apple says their customers to use the Health app, a big chunk of them [users] will be happy to do so. In comparison, Samsung apps are everything but popular.
Big data in health care has the potential to bring big changes to the industry, relying on massive volumes of digital information generated by EHRs.
A fitness tracker can motivate you, help you to get know yourself, and give you that extra push when you really need it.