3 Technologies Changing Digital Health

3 Technologies Changing Digital Health

Posted by on Oct 31, 2016 in Digital Health, Wearables | No Comments

There are 3 Technologies who are changing Digital Health and here I explain deeply the reasons of this new eHealth enviroment

Big Data: Healthcare Treatment

Big Data: Healthcare Treatment

Posted by on Oct 25, 2016 in Big Data, Digital Health | No Comments

This is the fourth in a series of five Healthcare Big Data blogs and its impact written by John Morton about Big data for Digital Salutem. The first is Big Data: Challenge, or Opportunity for Healthcare? , the second Big Data: Healthcare Prevention, the third Big Data: Healthcare Diagnosis and the last Big Data: Healthcare Awareness.

How Wearables Can Quickly Become A Doctor’s Best Friend

How Wearables Can Quickly Become A Doctor’s Best Friend

Posted by on Oct 18, 2016 in Digital Health, Wearables | No Comments

Wearables are quickly becoming all the rage, and it’s easy to see why. They’re an easy way to track health progress in a very digestible way. People intrinsically have a fear of their health and it declining, so something like a Fitbit that gives them easy-to-read information and reassurance that they can get fit by taking […]

The Next Big Thing: VR in Healthcare

The Next Big Thing: VR in Healthcare

Posted by on Oct 11, 2016 in Digital Health, Wearables | No Comments

To most of us, Virtual Reality was the stuff of science fiction. With all the technological advances and brands racing to outsmart each other, we all knew it was only a matter of time before Virtual Reality became the game-changer; literally. Soon enough, consumers were introduced to the Samsung’s GearVR, Google Cardboard, Oculus Rift and […]

The IoT Revolution In Healthcare

The IoT Revolution In Healthcare

Posted by on Oct 5, 2016 in Digital Health, Internet Of Things IoT | No Comments

Wearable IoT has already proven to be big business, ranging from fitness tracking devices carrying big brand names to life-saving implantable devices such as insulin pumps and pacemakers fitted with smart sensors. The market for wireless wearable medical devices is predicted to grow to over $17 billion by 2020.