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iHealth, eDevice Partner to Become World’s Leading Connected Healthcare Provider

Worldwide HIT Market to Hit 66B in 6 YearsAhead of the weekend, mHealthWatch learned that iHealth has acquired eDevice for a reported $106 million.

“The Connected Care space is developing rapidly and will continue to do so for a number of years,” reads a joint statement heralding the partnership. “Connected Care allows individuals and caregivers to identify health problems before they become dangerous for the individual, reduce the cost to the healthcare system, and a burden on his or her employer.”

With Connected Care emerging as a focal point of key global importance in the healthcare space, the new partners are uniting at an opportune time. According to Markets&Markets, this market is poised to reach $59 Billion by 2020, growing at a CAGR of 33.4% until 2020.
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iHealth Lab Touts New Wireless Scale and Smartphone App

iHealth Lab Touts New Wireless Scale and Smartphone AppThe team at iHealth Lab weighed in with some news today — literally.

A well-known provider of consumer-friendly mobile health devices and apps, the company has just unveiled the iHealth Core: Wireless Body Composition Scale (HS6) and a new iHealth MyVitals smartphone app.

Combined, we’re told, these resources jointly provide users with a comprehensive view of their body composition and how their fitness routine impacts their overall wellness over time.
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Glooko Gets Props for Latest Integration

Glooko Gets Props for Latest IntegrationGlooko Inc. has just announced the integration of activity, weight, and blood pressure data from leading wearable activity and biometric monitors such as Fitbit, iHealth, Jawbone, Moves, RunKeeper, Strava, and Withings,  into its mobile, software service diabetes remote monitoring and population management platform.

Data can be “correlated and visualized against the verified blood glucose readings that Glooko currently liberates from more than 30 popular blood glucose meters using its MeterSync Blue technology.”

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iHealth Confirms ‘Expansive Integration’ with Apple’s HealthKit

iHealth Confirms 'Expansive Integration' with Apple's HealthKit Despite the fact that Apple’s HealthKit has only been available for a matter of days, scores of leading developers, healthcare companies, and mHealth innovators are already integrating with Apple’s mobile health platform.

Just this week, iHealth Lab announced that three of their mobile health apps (My Vitals, My Vitals 2.0 and SpO2) and nine corresponding personal mobile health devices are now integrated with HealthKit in iOS 8.

“With user permission,” the company says, “customers have the power to automatically share readings from their iHealth devices with the new Health app giving them a central dashboard to review their most important health data, and make that data available to others including doctors and health providers.”

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iHealth Launches Wireless Smart-Gluco Monitoring System

iHealth Launches Wireless Smart-Gluco Monitoring SystemThis week, iHealth Lab Inc. launched its FDA-approved Wireless Smart Gluco-Monitoring System.

As we understand it, the new iHealth device is the market’s first portable Bluetooth-enabled blood glucose monitor.

According to the American Diabetes Association (ADA), which observes American Diabetes Month in November, there are 26 million diabetics in the U.S. today. Of those over 20 years of age, two-thirds have hypertension or report taking medication to lower blood pressure.
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iHealth Lab Debuts First-Ever mHealth iAd Mobile Advertising Campaign

iHealth Lab, a provider of personal mobile healthcare products tailored for iOS devices, has announced the debut of its new iAd mobile advertising campaign with the aim of reminding us how “lifestyle choices can affect health, especially during the stressful demands of the holidays.”

The new mobile campaign marks the first-ever iAd from a health device company and was a perfect fit since iHealth targets all its products to iOS devices — including the iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch.  The new iAd will educate consumers on how 18 different lifestyle choices can affect blood pressure, and consumers can learn more about how factors like smoking, alcohol, salt and caffeine intake, shopping, personal relationships, and other choices affect blood pressure as well.

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