December 13-15, 2018

MedTech Impact 2018

Venetian/Palazzo Resort

Las Vegas, NV

(561) 893-8633

info@medtechimpact.com

Category: Patient Software / Programs

Increase in Health Wellness Apps Raises Privacy Concerns

The “connected health model” offers flexible and efficient healthcare services by using connected technology to link communication, access and diagnostic capabilities. In fact, there has been an explosion in the number of mobile apps for health-related information with over 300,000 healthcare apps now available online and growing almost daily. “In a nutshell, there is a mad dash to address the demand of providing more real time health data. In response to this innovation, the question then becomes whether healthcare providers can tap into the available technology of “connectivity” and still protect health and personally identifiable information,” according to the report, Workplace Privacy Data management and Security Report.

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Increase in Health Wellness Apps Raises Privacy Concerns

Smartphone Apps Help Identify and Treat Afib

The accelerometers built into most smartphones can identify atrial fibrillation (Afib). Known as gyrocardiography, this method is now known to compete with electrocardiography (ECG) for detecting Afib in many use cases, particularly letting patients assess their own heart rhythms without relying on additional devices beyond smartphones that nearly everyone now has.

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Smartphone Apps Help Identify and Treat Afib

Not Science Fiction: HoloLens Telemedicine Comes to EMS

For the past three years, Exelus, a French MedTech company, has been developing Nomadeec, a HoloLens telemedicine app.  Nomadeec is a Hololens mixed-reality (MR) application that not only showcases the potentials of MR in medicine and healthcare, but also offers an initial demonstration showcasing that these AR (augmented reality) headset technologies can actually be used in promoting wellness and treatments in the field.

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Not Science Fiction:  HoloLens Telemedicine Comes to EMS