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By Jonah Comstock January 24, 2018
Correction: A previous version of this article said that Gliimpse founder Anil Sethi was still at Apple. In fact, he left the company last year. After many months of rumors, Apple announced today that it is launching a personal health record (PHR) feature with iOS 11.3, the beta of which launched today to users in Apple's iOS Developer Program. The feature, called Health Records, will aggregate...
By Neil Versel November 14, 2013
Though the iPad has been tremendously popular among physicians since it first appeared in 2010, Apple's iconic tablet might not be all that useful for clinical documentation or for medical education, a newly published survey of residents found. Surgical residents in particular rated the iPad very low for educational utility and as a resource for evidence-based medicine, according to the study,...
By Brian Dolan April 13, 2011
OhioHealth's physicians teamed up with mobile software company eProximiti to create a mobile app that aims to improve women's health. The partners have released the free-of-charge app, called Duet Health to provide soon-to-be mothers with information about their pregnancies using their iPhones or Android device. OhioHealth is a not-for-profit group of 18 hospitals, 23 health and surgery centers,...
By Brian Dolan March 4, 2009
Remember the iShoe? Last summer a NASA intern and MIT graduate student invented an insole with sensors that monitored and transmitted information about a person's balance, which provided for an early warning system before someone falls. At the time iShoe was in a pilot phase with about 60 trial users, but now, according to OhioHealth, which is testing the technology, iShoe will commercially...
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