mHealth is booming. Proven to improve productivity, care quality, access, and customer satisfaction, mHealth also boosts an organization’s bottom line by adding efficiencies on multiple levels.
Quality, Accessibility and Cost: Five digital health fields that offer solutions
This whitepaper starts with an overview of the healthcare industry in the GCC, including an examination of market drivers and trends which are impacting healthcare growth. Next, three specific GCC markets are highlighted: the UAE, Saudi Arabia and Qatar, to determine what unique opportunities exist in each sector.
As advances in nanotechnology continue across the globe, it seems likely that Malaysia will be one region that’s leading the charge.
This whitepaper provides an overview of the digital health landscape for doctors.
Sleepio, a digital sleep-improvement program developed by UK startup Big Health helps you beat insomnia and sleep deprivation with cognitive behavioral therapy techniques.
MIT scientists have made a dime-sized microfluidic device that can separate hard-to-find cancer cells from healthy ones using angled sound waves—sending an early warning that cancer cells are spreading.
Digital Health is a broad term which encompasses overlapping technology sectors across healthcare—as evidenced by our Venn diagram representing the Digital Health Landscape. In this “Digital Health in Action” series, we’re focusing on specific examples from each domain to show what an impact the digital health movement is making on healthcare across the world. Here, we take a look at an example in mhealth—the use of smartphones in point-of-care diagnostics.
Google has recently inked an agreement with pharmaceutical firm AbbVie for its anti-aging Calico project that aims to conquer age-related diseases and lengthen the human lifespan.
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