Headed to SXSW 2019 and you're there for health? Great. Health Medtech SXSW 2019 is the perfect place for the discussion about health care. To get you started, here's the 33 charts Super Guide to the best health medtech programming at SXSW. What to do before Health MedTech SXSW 2019 Grab your social profile. The first thing you want to do is create your profile ... Continue Reading about Health MedTech SXSW 2019 | The 33 Charts Super Guide
If you have a dog in the digital health fight or you spend any time thinking about the future of health care, drop what you’re doing and read The Topol Review - Preparing the healthcare workforce to deliver the digital future. Over the past year a cross-disciplinary team of experts in and outside of the NHS convened to review the current state of medicine and ... Continue Reading about The Topol Review – Unprecedented Vision of Medicine’s Future
Consumer-directed health technology is allowing people to be more involved their own health care. This week Apple turned on the ECG app on Apple Watch Series 4. So many who have never seen a rhythm strip now can generate one on their wrist. Apple watch can help identify afib,the most common form of irregular heart rhythm. As one of the first diseases screened with a ... Continue Reading about Afib and Apple Watch – The Physician’s Emerging Role
Digital health startup Eko has a product that can detect murmurs more reliably than humans. At the recent American Heart Association meeting they presented a clinical study revealing the first murmur detection algorithm to outperform cardiologists. Predictably, the digital Twitterati touted the Eko Core Digital Stethoscope as the next great thing. Evidence of ... Continue Reading about Eko Core Digital Stethoscope – Analog Dressed for Digital?
Today Apple released the Apple Watch Series 4 watch. Later this year they will add functionality that allows users to record an ECG. This would make Apple Watch one of the first FDA-cleared over-the-counter devices with an electrocardiogram. Here are 5 reasons we’re not ready for this. 1. No bandwidth Right now the idea of individuals taking personal tracings is ... Continue Reading about 5 Reasons We’re Unprepared for Apple Watch ECG
This week marks the release of the Apple Watch Series 4 with the capability of EKG. From their wrist, users can record a rhythm that they can send to their doctor. Through most of history, data like EKGs were collected by hospitals and health professionals. This changes things. As watches move from fitness trackers to medical devices, questions emerge such as, what ... Continue Reading about Data Confrontation – Who is Responsible for a Patient’s Data?