iQ Group Global, an Australian consortium of financial services and life sciences companies, presented at the end of January its Saliva Glucose Biosensor, an innovative technology for measuring glucose through saliva. Continue reading
Are we becoming digital hypochondriacs?
Will the development of technologies and tools able to monitor the state of our health, such as the smartphone revealing ECG (or EKG) and cardiovascular manifestations, amplify our fears and change our relationship with doctors? Continue reading
A smartphone, an app and a photo: how to detect anaemia in a non-invasive way
The magazine Nature Communications published a research by Robert G. Mannino, David R. Myers, Erika A. Tyburski, Christina Caruso, Jeanne Boudreaux, Traci Leong, G. D. Clifford and Wilbur A. Lama about the development of an app aimed to detect anaemia. Continue reading
Patient management works better with CRM
Prevention, chronic diseases, home care are only few themes that a CRM can help to manage, instead of developing ad-hoc traditional applications. Which are benefits and disadvantages of this kind of solution? Continue reading