Dexcom Share, a cradle device that will allow users to send data from a Dexcom continuous glucose monitor to multiple smartphones, has received 510(k) clearance from the FDA. The system is designed to help parents and caregivers remotely track the glucose of a child, elderly parent, or spouse when the diabetes patient is at home […]

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San Francisco-based Netpulse, which offers fitness clubs software that connects fitness devices and apps to gym equipment, has acquired Atlanta, Georgia-based health club app maker, Club Apps for an undisclosed sum. As a part of the acquisition, Netpulse hired Club Apps President and Cofounder Kelly Sweeney as the company’s VP of Sales. Netpulse also hired the […]

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How digital health can — and already does — help contain Ebola From Mobil Health News

by Admin 10.20.2014

Although relatively few cases have been reported outside West Africa, Ebola is both a top headline and a public health concern in the Western world, with eight confirmed cases in the United States. Even in the UK, Ebola was a topic of discussion at a recent TechCrunch Disrupt Conference panel on digital health. “I think [...]

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Chicago mining Twitter to pinpoint food poisoning at restaurants From Mobil Health News

by Admin 10.20.2014

Chicago’s Department of Public Health (CDPH) has conducted more than 150 restaurant and food service inspections in the past year that may not have otherwise happened as a result of its new program, called Foodborne Chicago, which uses Twitter to search for people who tweeted about getting food poisoning. Of the food service inspections conducted, an article [...]

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