Tag: health data

FDA and telehealth

Digital Health – FDA https://www.fda.gov/medicaldevices/digitalhealth/ Dec 7, 2017 – The broad scope of digital health includes categories such as mobile health (mHealth), health information technology (IT), wearable devices, telehealth and telemedicine, and personalized medicine. Providers and other stakeholders are using digital health in their efforts to: Reduce inefficiencies,; Improve … ‎Guidances with Digital Health … · ‎Mobile Medical Applications · ‎(Pre-Cert) Program Mobile Medical Applications – FDA

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Smart caregivers using smart health tools, science and high technologies

Can we create health tools to help monitor and be proactive with the health of our current patients with full engagement from all health care team? There are high tech tools today that is being developed to help our patients, measuring biometrics, behaviours and biology. A smart caregiver using health tools, health data, health science

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Using Blockchain to move secured patient data

By Megan Moltini THIS MORNING, SENATE Republicans moved Rep. Tom Price one step closer to the highest office of public health, rolling over a Democratic boycott in the finance committee and advancing his confirmation as Secretary of Health and Human Services to a full Senate vote. But while Dems still have plenty of unanswered questions

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Health Data and patient-provider engagement using technology

Recent surveys from the Pew Research Center indicate that a majority of U.S. adults use technology to engage in their health care: 63% of adult cell phone owners now use their phones to go online, a figure that has doubled since 2009. In addition, 34% of these cell internet users say that most of their

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