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When it comes to living a healthy lifestyle, it is important to take care of your weight and physical activity. Many of you have gained weight and trying to get rid of it as soon as possible. However, the journey is a tough one and needs commitment. Our lifestyles and eating habits have affected our […]

Robotic-assisted telemedicine is an effective way to perform bedside rounds for ill infants in hospital neonatal intensive care units, new research concludes. read more Read more from originating source…

The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) released its official policy on telemedicine, recommending certain uses of the technology and disavowing others for fragmenting care. The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) released its official policy on telemedicine, recommending certain uses of the technology and disavowing others for fragmenting care. The AAP’s statement on telemedicine advocates that […]

Telemedicine is increasing the popularity of image-based consultation, so researchers in Sweden and South Africa set out to determine whether photos from smartphones could be trusted for clinical diagnosis, according to a study at Telemedicine and e-Health. read more Read more from originating source…

There are many reasons physicians should embrace mobile devices in their workday, from sharing and accessing data to real-time communications and fostering telehealth initiatives, according to John Smithwick, CEO of Nashville, Tennessee-based patient engagement and care-coordination platform company RoundingWell. read more Read more from originating source…

Google is developing a mHealth wristband for pharma clinical trials and drug tests to provide research teams real-time data on patient vital signs, from pulse and heart rates to light exposure and noise level monitoring. read more Read more from originating source…

Nearly 20 years after videoconferencing technology became available for health services, fewer than 1 percent of Medicare beneficiaries use it, according to Kaiser Health News. read more Read more from originating source…

A new survey of physicians found that only 15 percent have discussed wearing wearables or mobile health (mHealth) devices with their patients. A new survey of physicians found that only 15 percent have discussed wearing wearables or mobile health (mHealth) devices with their patients. The survey, from the Cambridge, Mass.-based research firm, MedPanel, found that […]

As more personalized healthcare grows, thanks in part to the expanding reach of digital health tools, two emerging business models may take root–“goldminers” and “bartenders,” according to a Harvard Business Review report. read more Read more from originating source…

Walgreens, the Deerfield, Ill.-based national pharmacy chain, and MDLIVE, the Sunrise, Fla.-based telehealth vendor, have announced expansion of its joint telehealth platform to include users in three new states. Walgreens, the Deerfield, Ill.-based national pharmacy chain, and MDLIVE, the Sunrise, Fla.-based telehealth vendor, have announced expansion of its joint telehealth platform to include users in […]

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