Windows Phone users can record their daily routes via GPS and store their workouts in an online database via an "innovative geo-mapping application."
San Francisco-based Pipette developed technology to enable hospitals and care teams to monitor and educate patients during their recovery.
Mobile devices are everywhere... but without a complete solution in place, the strain on your infrastructure and IT staff can get out of control.
Your smartphone is actually a supercomputer with the power to help you change your behavior and become fitter, healthier and happier.
One neat fact from the infographic: 6.9 million patients in Europe will improve the way they manage chronic health conditions with mHealth.
mHealth is a term used for the practice of medicine and public health, supported by mobile devices. This infographic looks at the mHealth app usage...
Patients are eager for access to electronic medical records and other electronic capabilities. But do doctors deliver on what patients are waiting for?
Sensors in healthcare are poised to enable interventions and predictive capabilities delivering billions in savings and truer sense of personal care.
In its infancy, wearable tech helped "biohackers" track diets and exercise, limiting the quantified self movement to early adopters. Until now...
One neat fact from the infographic: women make approximately 80% of health care decisions for their families, according to the U.S. Department of Labor.