The estimate was provided by the Department for Health and Social Care (DHSC), which reported that the NHS COVID-19 app has warned over 1.7 million users of potential exposure to the virus since its release in September.Continue reading
This was demonstrated in a study conducted by Apple with Stony Brook University published in the journal Science Translational Medicine.Continue reading
Swiss company Aktiia has obtained CE IIA certification for its wearable device that continuously measures blood pressure.
Using transdermal optical imaging technology, a smartphone camera can be used to extract information about the blood flow in the face. With good results in terms of accuracy.
The FDA has awarded De Novo certification to NigthWare which has developed a digital therapy to combat sleep disorders.
The Gemelli ART (Advanced Radiation Therapy) of the Fondazione Policlinico Universitario Agostino Gemelli IRCCS has developed an application to monitor patients undergoing radiotherapy.
According to a Juniper Research study, the number of people using therapeutic and wellness applications will increase from 627 million in 2020 to more than 1.4 billion in 2025.
Eleven months after the approval of the Digital Versorgung Gesetz (DVG), the Digital Health Care Act (DVG), two apps are now prescribed by German doctors.
The “Health Records (Clinical Documentation)” feature within the Health application is now available to users in the UK and Canada. With it, users can securely view and store their medical records directly on their iPhone.
Apple and Google are refining their COVID-19 contact tracing framework.