Trying on my new hearing aid reminded me that Steve Jobs was playing 3D chess while the rest of the technology industry were playing tiddlywinks.
Earlier this month, Dr. Jane Bethea ran a workshop to teach medical educators her experience in teaching online consultations at the University of Leicester Medical
For two years in a row, Leicester Medical School has been successfully introducing its first year medical students to e-consultations, an interactive and virtual training
With the advent of the iWatch, Google Fit, and other health technology, new breeds of commercial medical devices and platforms are challenging the traditional view
Rare diseases, by the US definition, are diseases that affect 1 in 1,500 people. However, according to the NIH there are about 6,000 to 7,000
Obli is an intelligent device that monitors fluid intake, uses a system of colored lights and sounds to remind patients to drink fluids and notifies