Cambridge Cognition and Ctrl Group have teamed up to develop mental health-focused wearables. The initiative will tap into Cambridge Cognition’s experience making software to test for depression, schizophrenia and dementia in an attempt to bring Fitbit-style monitoring to mental health.
Samsung has unveiled a processor it hopes will become the cornerstone of the next-generation of wearable devices.
Have successfully created and tested flexible electrochemical biosensors on metallized film substrates.
Wearable devices are all the rage these days, and small startups and tech giants are eager to cash in on the trend, rushing to market with plans for related products.
Building on the success of smartphones and other mobile consumer devices, medical device manufacturers continue to improve on portable and wearable monitoring devices. What does this mean for interconnect designs?
- OIG to review Medicaid telehealth payments amid an increase in claims November 17, 2017 Evan Sweeney
- House committee calls on HHS to improve medical device cybersecurity with supply chain transparency November 17, 2017 Evan Sweeney
- The next step in shared decision-making: Let patients contribute to medical notes November 17, 2017 Joanne Finnegan
- UnitedHealth adds Samsung, Garmin fitness trackers to wellness program November 17, 2017 Leslie Small
- Illinois judge says patient monitoring software company must face claims over faulty software November 17, 2017 Evan Sweeney