Posts Tagged ‘wearable healthcare technologies’

Infographic: Apple HealthKit Versus Google Fit

October 31st, 2014 by Melanie Matthews

With the release of its’ HealthKit, Apple is now one of the largest digital health platforms in the world, according to TrueVault, a healthcare data storage company. HealthKit and Google’s alternative, Google Fit and Android Wear, mark the beginning of a megatrend in personal health technology.

TrueVault in a new infographic details the features of both platforms.

Apple HealthKit Versus Google Fit

Healthcare Trends & Forecasts in 2015: A Strategic Planning SessionCost, competition, collaboration and consolidation are continuing to define the healthcare industry this year and into 2015 as the health system continues its transformation from a volume-based to a value-based system. Healthcare providers and payors have been re-vamping their strategic plans to take advantage of the new opportunities and tackle the challenges.

During Healthcare Trends & Forecasts in 2015: A Strategic Planning Session, a 60-minute webinar on November 13, 2014, at 1:30 p.m. Eastern, Steven Valentine, president, The Camden Group, and Dorothy Moller, consultant, Navigant, will provide a roadmap to the key issues, challenges and opportunities for healthcare providers and payors in 2015.

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Infographic: Opportunities for Wearables in Preventative Healthcare

October 10th, 2014 by Melanie Matthews

An estimated 25.1 percent of U.S. adults use a fitness tracker or smart phone app to track their health, weight or exercise, according to a new study by TechnologyAdvice.

Highlights from the survey are depicted in a new infographic, which also examines the reasons why people don’t use apps or trackers and factors that would drive adoption.

Wearable Technology and Preventative Healthcare

E-Healthcare Systems and Wireless Communications: Current and Future Challenges The goal of E-Healthcare Systems and Wireless Communications: Current and Future Challenges is to explore the developments and current/future challenges in the successful deployment of future e-Healthcare Systems. The book combines the research efforts in different disciplines from pervasive wireless communications, wearable computing, context-awareness, sensor data fusion, artificial intelligence, neural networks, expert systems, databases, security and privacy. E-Healthcare Systems and Wireless Communications: Current and Future Challenges will be a pioneer reference in this field and will resonate sharply with researchers who have been craving a unified reference in the field of e-Healthcare Systems.

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Infographic: Are You Ready for Sensors in Healthcare?

July 16th, 2014 by Melanie Matthews

The market for wearable sensors is increasing dramatically. Devices are being designed to help people manage chronic conditions, recover more quickly from injuries, analyze physical and environmental abnormalities that may lead to more serious health issues and detect unhealthy habits before they cause problems, according to Pathfinders Software.

A new infographic from Pathfinders Software takes a look at the types of wearables available, how they are used, their wireless capability and other details on this technology.

Are You Ready for Sensors in Healthcare

From home sensors that track daily motion and sleep abnormalities to video visits via teleconferencing, Humana’s nine pilots of remote patient monitoring test technologies to keep the frail elderly at home as long as possible. When integrated with telephonic care management, remote monitoring has helped to avert medical emergencies and preventable hospitalizations among individuals with serious medical and functional challenges. In Remote Patient Monitoring for Enhanced Care Coordination: Technology to Manage an Aging Population, Gail Miller, vice president of telephonic clinical operations in Humana’s care management organization, Humana Cares/SeniorBridge, reviews Humana’s expanded continuum of care aimed at improving health outcomes, increasing satisfaction and reducing overall healthcare costs with a more holistic approach.

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Infographic: Wearable Healthcare Technology

July 7th, 2014 by Melanie Matthews

The number of adults using smartphones to monitor their health grew from 61 million to 75 million in 2012, and is projected to increase more than threefold by the end of 2014, according to a new study. Wearable technologies, like the FitBit, are bringing the technology and fitness industries together.

This infographic below examines digital fitness apps and wearable technologies, including how they’re affecting the way Americans are improving their personal health.

E-Healthcare Systems and Wireless Communications: Current and Future Challenges combines the research efforts in different disciplines from pervasive wireless communications, wearable computing, context-awareness, sensor data fusion, artificial intelligence, neural networks, expert systems, databases, security and privacy.

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