Wearable technology is far from a new-to-market concept, but the value of wearables is at an all-time high as we continue to take precautions against COVID-19 and other serious illnesses.
We recognize there is a need for targeted and effective mobile health applications, particularly to aid in the problem of medication nonadherence. Nonadherence is a flourishing problem in healthcare, impacting many different stakeholders while losing the US healthcare industry hundreds of billions of dollars a year.
Next Matters Most is more than just a statement or the name of the Smashing Boxes blog—it is a reality that plays out each day in business and life.
Voice interface technology has long promised to make accessing information and completing simple tasks more convenient.
As for the magnitude of what’s at stake, a question arose during the radio hour regarding what risks there are if digital health does not mature and succeed. Man, there is a lot at stake!
The Triangle has Io[M]T in spades: Tech, HealthCare, Entrepreneurship, Investment and a low cost of living.
Taking the Lead in Outcomes-Based Care and Healthcare Innovation
“For feasibility, before you design, know your community! Listen to your community!” - Will ElLaissi
Five healthcare and technology experts shed light on critical industry trends during Wednesday’s #TriangleTechSpeakerSeries.
The Center for Koru Mindfulness® team shares their journey to first-time tech entrepreneurship.
Design is driven by people. When designing services, one needs to include the perspectives of the people who are receiving value, as well as those delivering value.
Drew Schiller kicked off the 2017 mHealth@Duke conference with a zinger:“We don’t need more innovation in healthcare.
The theme of this year’s 5th Annual mHealth@Duke Conference is “The Lifecycle of Digital Health Science.”
Anyone who’s ever worn a FitBit, Apple Watch or health tracker knows the story.
Innovation groups within corporate healthcare organizations or academic medical centers are becoming more prominent as competition heats up for a region’s market share.
Few things hold more potential to drastically change (and save) lives than digital health transformation and healthcare IoT. As the Internet of Things (IoT) continues to develop and expand, innovation possibilities with the Internet of Medical Things (IoMT) are infinite.
In order to help the learnings from the 2017 mHealth@Duke conference live on beyond April 12, the conference organizing committee collaborated with the speakers, sponsors, and demo companies to compile a list of resources to aid anyone pursuing digital health solutions with an emphasis on the Triangle (Durham, Chapel Hill, Raleigh).