• Verizon supporting telemedicine clinical trials
  • Mayo Clinic Convenes Thought Leaders to Discuss Transforming Health Care Delivery
  • The market for biosensor wearables is changing
  • Apply to be an iMedicalApps Physician Editor
  • ReWalk’s clearance puts exoskeleton technology in forefront of med-tech
  • Bug-killing robots to help with Ebola outbreak in Liberia
  • Study: Many Patients Struggle To Understand Electronic Lab Results
  • Verizon supporting telemedicine clinical trials

    Verizon supporting telemedicine clinical trials

    SOURCE August 20, 2014 Verizon is making a bet that telemedicine — a term for virtually administered medical care — could provide a big business opportunity. The company recently announced it was providing private network services to the University of Virginia and Stanford University for a study on a so-called more »

  • Mayo Clinic Convenes Thought Leaders to Discuss Transforming Health Care Delivery

    Mayo Clinic Convenes Thought Leaders to Discuss Transforming Health Care Delivery

    SOURCE August 20, 2014 ROCHESTER, Minn. — The Mayo Clinic Center for Innovation (CFI) will hold Transform 2014, its seventh collaborative symposium focused on redesigning the way health care is experienced and delivered, Sept. 7–9 in Rochester. The symposium draws attendees from around the world looking to connect with colleagues inside and outside the health care industry. Dozens more »

  • The market for biosensor wearables is changing

    The market for biosensor wearables is changing

    SOURCE June 23, 2014 A new report from Rock Health looking at the future of the biosensor wearables market shows a market in transition. The next generation of wearables is more targeted towards patient populations, particularly chronic conditions. In a Google hangout about the report, Malay Gandhi, a co-author of the report, talked more »

  • Apply to be an iMedicalApps Physician Editor

    Apply to be an iMedicalApps Physician Editor

    Iltifat Husain, MD, Satish Misra, MD | August 20, 2014 iMedicalApps is in the process of significantly expanding our writing staff.  We are currently hiring physician editors to fill the following specialties:  Endocrinology, Anesthesia, General Surgery, Ob/Gyn, and Hematology/Oncology.  If you’re not in those specialties, but would still like to contribute, you can more »

  • ReWalk’s clearance puts exoskeleton technology in forefront of med-tech

    ReWalk’s clearance puts exoskeleton technology in forefront of med-tech

    SOURCE August 20, 2014 Part one of three Prior to 2009, exoskeletons and therapies for paralyzed patients were probably the last things on Stephanie Souza’s mind. That changed suddenly and the California resident’s life was turned upside down, when she discovered she was suffering from transverse myelitis, a neurological condition more »

  • Bug-killing robots to help with Ebola outbreak in Liberia

    Bug-killing robots to help with Ebola outbreak in Liberia

    The TRU-D (Total Room Ultraviolet Disinfector) device delivers a single, lethal cycle of UV-C light from the middle of the room. SOURCE August 20, 2014 Two robots designed to deliver lethal doses of ultraviolet light that modify the DNA structure of superbugs so they can no longer reproduce and harm more »

  • Study: Many Patients Struggle To Understand Electronic Lab Results

    Study: Many Patients Struggle To Understand Electronic Lab Results

      Thursday, August 21, 2014 Stage 2 of the meaningful use incentive program aims to increase patients’ use of online portals to access their personal health information, but a new study published in the Journal of Medical Internet Research finds that many patients struggle to understand their electronic lab test results, EHR Intelligence reports. Under the more »

 

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The purpose of this website is to introduce both patients and healthcare professionals to the impact of the Internet on medicine and healthcare, by curating and organizing relevant articles in all fields of the digitalization of Medicine. (See i-NEWS section on Main Menu). Medical Apps and Medical Devices are examined, and internet technology and Patient Education are evaluated., for their places in all medical settings. The influence of the internet is shown in every Medical Specialty,, and improvements in Medical Education through the internet by showing the viewer the Top Patient Accredited Medical Information Websites, , the Best Medical Blogs, the top Medical Videos, and best Medical Podcasts. In addition to the latest-breaking Internet Medical News and Internet Medical Research News in all specialties are studied.. As Dr. Eric Topol of the Scripps Digital Medicine says, vast changes are occurring, now, due to the convergence of changes in technology. Medical Apps and Medical Devices are affecting many areas of of Medicine. Overall, the internet is changing all healthcare, from the use of Internet Technology in Hospital Administration in America to the use of iPhones to diagnose infectious disease in Africa

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Verizon supporting telemedicine clinical trials

Verizon supporting telemedicine clinical trials

SOURCE August 20, 2014 Verizon is making a bet that telemedicine — a term for virtually administered medical care — could provide a big business opportunity. The company recently announced it was providing private network services to the University of Virginia and Stanford University for a study on a so-called more »

 
 

Will 3-D Printing Revolutionize Medicine?

Will 3-D Printing Revolutionize Medicine?

SOURCE August 20, 2014 July 23, 2014 — Sydney Kendall lost her right arm below the elbow in a boating accident when she was 6 years old. Now 13, Sydney has used several prosthetic arms. But none is as practical — nor as cool, she’d argue — as her pink, plastic, 3-D-printed more »

 
 

Mayo Clinic Convenes Thought Leaders to Discuss Transforming Health Care Delivery

Mayo Clinic Convenes Thought Leaders to Discuss Transforming Health Care Delivery

SOURCE August 20, 2014 ROCHESTER, Minn. — The Mayo Clinic Center for Innovation (CFI) will hold Transform 2014, its seventh collaborative symposium focused on redesigning the way health care is experienced and delivered, Sept. 7–9 in Rochester. The symposium draws attendees from around the world looking to connect with colleagues inside and outside the health care industry. Dozens more »

 
 

The market for biosensor wearables is changing

The market for biosensor wearables is changing

SOURCE June 23, 2014 A new report from Rock Health looking at the future of the biosensor wearables market shows a market in transition. The next generation of wearables is more targeted towards patient populations, particularly chronic conditions. In a Google hangout about the report, Malay Gandhi, a co-author of the report, talked more »

 
 

Apply to be an iMedicalApps Physician Editor

Apply to be an iMedicalApps Physician Editor

Iltifat Husain, MD, Satish Misra, MD | August 20, 2014 iMedicalApps is in the process of significantly expanding our writing staff.  We are currently hiring physician editors to fill the following specialties:  Endocrinology, Anesthesia, General Surgery, Ob/Gyn, and Hematology/Oncology.  If you’re not in those specialties, but would still like to contribute, you can more »

 
 

ReWalk’s clearance puts exoskeleton technology in forefront of med-tech

ReWalk’s clearance puts exoskeleton technology in forefront of med-tech

SOURCE August 20, 2014 Part one of three Prior to 2009, exoskeletons and therapies for paralyzed patients were probably the last things on Stephanie Souza’s mind. That changed suddenly and the California resident’s life was turned upside down, when she discovered she was suffering from transverse myelitis, a neurological condition more »

 
 

Bug-killing robots to help with Ebola outbreak in Liberia

Bug-killing robots to help with Ebola outbreak in Liberia

The TRU-D (Total Room Ultraviolet Disinfector) device delivers a single, lethal cycle of UV-C light from the middle of the room. SOURCE August 20, 2014 Two robots designed to deliver lethal doses of ultraviolet light that modify the DNA structure of superbugs so they can no longer reproduce and harm more »

 
 

Study: Many Patients Struggle To Understand Electronic Lab Results

Study: Many Patients Struggle To Understand Electronic Lab Results

  Thursday, August 21, 2014 Stage 2 of the meaningful use incentive program aims to increase patients’ use of online portals to access their personal health information, but a new study published in the Journal of Medical Internet Research finds that many patients struggle to understand their electronic lab test results, EHR Intelligence reports. Under the more »

 
 

What’s The ROI Of A Smartphone Given To Patients With A Chronic Health Condition?

What’s The ROI Of A Smartphone Given To Patients With A Chronic Health Condition?

    SOURCE August 20, 2014 Thanks to a pilot project announced today by Microsoft MSFT +0.6%, TracFone and Health Choice Network (here) we’re about to find out. Set to launch in January, the pilot project is designed to test the theory that smartphones can lower costs and manage chronic conditions like diabetes more »

 
 

Scientists Discover Area of Brain Responsible for Exercise Motivation

Scientists Discover Area of Brain Responsible for Exercise Motivation

SOURCE August 20, 2013 Scientists at Seattle Children’s Research Institute have discovered an area of the brain that could control a person’s motivation to exercise and participate in other rewarding activities – potentially leading to improved treatments for depression.Dr. Eric Turner, a principal investigator in Seattle Children’s Research Institute’s Center more »