Tag: ehealth

Swedish App Retiring Gracefully

Swedish App Retiring Gracefully

Retiring gracefully – Swedish patient group ends app as state steps in. It can be hard for patient groups to know why, when and how to withdraw an app. Ideally, this can happen when the gap it originally addressed is now covered elsewhere. An ongoing…

AI Transforming Healthcare

AI Transforming Healthcare

Guest contributor Damien Gruson, Coordinator, City-Labs Project, says trust and education are essential if AI is to transform healthcare.  Artificial intelligence to transform healthcare – are we ready for health 2.0? With a market projected to reach $70 billion by 2020, AI is dominating the…

DIGITAL HEALTH IN PRIMARY CARE 

DIGITAL HEALTH IN PRIMARY CARE 

Patient Groups Contribute to Regulation For Digital Health in Primary Care Have you seen the latest report into digital health primary care/General Practitioner health services by the UK Care Quality Commission? It suggests that although quality of care is improving, there are still significant hurdles…

Rare Disease Groups Unite For Apps and Research

Rare Disease Groups Unite For Apps and Research

Rare Disease Day – February 28th  To begin with, rare disease groups have been quick to realise that digital health offers a direct way to reach, support and unite scattered patients who face challenges in accessing diagnosis and treatment. They have also been pragmatic and…

Asthma Digital Health, Where Next?

Asthma Digital Health, Where Next?

Asthma digital health, what is next? As a huge therapy area, asthma has attracted a large number of poor quality `me too’ apps and poorly implemented digital health activities. But this year there could be a number of breakthroughs in asthma digital health and mHealth,…