mHealth News: What You Need to Know

Here are some of the top stories in healthcare, telemedicine, and mobile health that we have been monitoring this past week.

Yoti and LedgerState Talk Personal Data in Davos
This morning in Davos, Switzerland, Yoti and LedgerState showcased to the World Economic Forum how governments and other organizations can capitalize on evolutions in blockchain technology to store personal data of their citizens and customers.

Synapse’s BlueSee Aims to Aid the Development of Bluetooth Low Energy Devices
Product development firm Synapse, a Cambridge Consultants company, has just launched BlueSee — a new cross-platform tool, available as a phone and desktop application, for “easy debugging and testing during the development of Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) devices.”

First Look: Partners Connected Health and Vital Team Up
Recognizing the movement of increased patient engagement in healthcare, Vital USA Inc. has teamed up with the Partners Connected Health team to validate its Vital Moto Mod health and wellness device, a 5-in-1 integrated vital sign monitoring platform.

First Look: Zoom Video Communications Announces New Support for Full Enterprise Healthcare Workflows
MHW learned Tuesday that leading video communications provider Zoom is teaming with a global telehealth integrator to create a full stack enterprise healthcare suite that will support all communications and telehealth workflows in healthcare organizations.

Vidyo: New Research Reveals 75% of Healthcare Delivery Organizations Are Investing in Telehealth
Vidyo, Inc., a leader in embedded video technology, released on Monday a study detailing the commitment of healthcare delivery organizations (HDOs) to telemedicine in 2018.

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