Here are some of the top stories in healthcare, telemedicine, and mobile health that we have been monitoring this past week.
ABI Hails Benefits of mHealth Wearables in New Reports
According to a new report from ABI Research, there’s good reason for big growth in the mhealth wearables space.
Money for Mobile: Geneva Health Solutions Raises $1.9 Million
mHealthWatch has learned that Geneva Health Solutions has raised $1.9 million to expand its Cardiac Remote Monitoring Solutions business to cardiology providers.
Ascensia Diabetes Care and Glooko Announce Diabetes Technology Partnership
This week, Ascensia Diabetes Care and Glooko announced a global technology partnership designed to bring together their state-of-the-art diabetes management solutions, and improve diabetes data management and analytics.
Down But Not Out, Fitbit is Ready for 2017
Although business appears to have slowed for Fitbit, no one is ready to say that the wearables market won’t remain generally robust and primed for future growth.
eWellness Touts HIPAA Compliance of its PHZIO Telehealth System
eWellness Healthcare Corporation is the first telehealth company for physical therapy to offer insurance reimbursable remotely monitored physical therapy (PT) treatments.
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