The Associazione Farmaceutici dell’Industria (Afi) presented the ‘My e-Leaflet’ project which was developed with key stakeholders from the Italian healthcare community, including patient associations, healthcare professionals and practitioners.Continue reading
Digital therapies: what they are, what they are for, how they work
Digital therapies are proving particularly useful in pathological conditions linked to behavioural and psychological factors, such as Alzheimer’s, dementia, type II diabetes, and even serious respiratory problems. Let’s take a look at how they are made, how they work, the indications and market perspectives.
A device for eye care
MistGo, is an ophthalmic drug delivery system that ensures the right dose and release into the cornea of the eye.
Amazon Pharmacy arrives in the USA: medicines at home in one click
Amazon has announced two new services to buy prescripted- and non-prescripted drugs online.
Uber now delivers drugs
Uber Health extends its activities by starting the delivery of pharmaceutical products through a partnership with the on-demand digital prescription platform NimbleRx.
Amazon Alexa now provides information about drugs
Amazon announced yesterday that, thanks to an agreement with First Databank (FDB), Alexa is able to provide consumers with a wide variety of drug information. Continue reading
Apple Watch to control Parkinson’s disease
Apple has filed a patent to monitor this neurodegenerative disease through a wearable device. Continue reading
Amazon Alexa remembers to take medication
Amazon presented a new feature of Alexa that helps people remember to take their medications and request new pack when they finish. Continue reading
Apple, new health features coming soon
According to Bloomberg journalist Mark Gurman, Apple will announce new health features at the upcoming Worldwide Developer Conference on June 3. Continue reading
The Electronic Medical Record becomes smart with the controlled administering
38% the therapy mistakes occur at the medicine administering, after the prescription (39%), the transcription (12%) and the preparation (11%). How can a smart EMR reduce this risk? Continue reading