• mHealth Blogs

    mHealth Blogs Shows power of IT in Healthcare

    Sometimes like the tyke above is doing researching childrens healthcare, it helps to understand a field of technology that harnesses it in healthcare  by delving into the blogging world of m Health.  You get different viewpoints of the technology in health, sometimes from persons that may be your equal in internet savvy, and experience.  Or may just get another approach to the subject that you may be more amenable to learning.
    For example, there is a growing use of mHealth to teach what is maternal health, by remote monitoring with AirStrips, which, incidentally, has its own blogging world.
    Great blog from Jon Mertz of Dallas, Texas

    Healthcare Wireless and Device Connectivity

    Integra Systems, Inc., is a global-reach healthcare, medical device, and wireless engineering consultancy   David Hoglund is President and Founder at Integra Systems, and is considered an expert in the Wireless and Medical Device Connectivity Space.

    Chillmark Research

    John Moore is an IT analyst with over 15 years of experience, primarily in the manufacturing sector. He’s now applying that wealth of experience to the Healthcare IT (HIT) market sector.

    A Healthy Dose of Mobile

    Dr. Cameron Powell is co-founder, President  & CMO at AirStrip Technologies, a mobile healthcare software company.

    Health Informatics, e-Health, and Patient Empowerment

    Ted Eytan, MD, is Director at Kaiser Permanente, in The Permanente Federation.

    The Collaborative Forum: Blogging to Transform Healthcare

    Dr. Randy Williams is founder and CEO at Pharos Innovations. He has 16 years of executive experience developing chronic care monitoring programs.


    Dr. Topol is Vice Chairman of the Board & Chief Innovation Officer at the West Wireless Health Institute and Director of the Scripps Translational Science Institute.

    The cHealth Blog

    Dr. Kvedar is Director of the Center for Connected Health, Partners HealthCare.


    Vince Kuraitis is Principal, Better Health Technologies.

    Health Populi

    Jane Sarasohn-Kahn is a health economist and management consultant that serves clients at the at the intersection of health and technology.

    Aging In Place Technology Watch

    Laurie Orlov is a technology industry veteran, writer, speaker and elder care advocate.

    Healthcare IT Blog

    Neil Versel is a freelance health IT journalist, who writes for FierceHealthIT, FierceMobileHealthcare, and FierceEMR.

    Venture Valkyrie

    Lisa Suennen is a founding partner of Psilos Group Managers, a venture capital firm focused on providing venture and growth capital to companies operating in the healthcare economy.

    Mike’s Bluetooth Blog

    Mike Foley is executive director of the Bluetooth Special Interest Group.

    Medical Connectivity

    Tim Gee is a consultant at Santa Rosa Consulting and Principal at Medical Connectivity Consulting.

    The Quantified Self

    Gary Wolf is a contributing editor at Wired magazine, where he writes regularly about the culture of science and technology (as well as many other topics). Kevin Kelly is Senior Maverick at Wired magazine.

    Information Advantage Group Blog

    Jim Bloedau is Managing Consultant of Information Advantage Group.

    The Mobile Health Informaticist

    Jeff Brandt is CIO, CTO, and Chief Visionary at Communication Software, Inc. (CSI).

    The Digital Health Corner Blog

    David Lee Scher, MD, is a former cardiologist and founder at DLS Healthcare Consulting, where he assists mHealth companies and partnering providers, institutions, and companies with a clinical perspective.

    The Wireless Health Blog

    Paul Sonnier is founder of the Wireless Health group on LinkedIn and managing director of Wireless Health Strategies.

    Mobile  Health Computing

    Tablets and Computers in the Health field



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