Category: Quantified Self | IoT

Luminopia Announces FDA Approval of Digital Therapeutic to Improve Vision in Children with Amblyopia (Lazy Eye)

Luminopia Announces FDA Approval of Digital Therapeutic (DTx) to Improve Vision in Children with Amblyopia (Lazy Eye)

HPE healthcare survey | Digital Health Times | Digital Health News

HPE Healthcare Survey: The Future of Medicine

Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) has unveiled survey data that explores how the healthcare industry is going through a rapid transformation with a profound impact on the technologies and solutions required to meet the demands of modern, scalable healthcare delivery. Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) has unveiled survey data that explores how the healthcare industry is going through a rapid transformation with a profound impact on the technologies and solutions required to meet the demands of modern, scalable healthcare delivery. The HPE healthcare survey reviews clinicians and IT Decision Makers (ITDMs) in the United States and the United Kingdom. In the HPE Future of Healthcare Survey, experts explain what we can look forward to in the future. 

Ava Announces FDA Clearance for Ava Fertility Tracker

Digital healthcare company Ava has announced it has received FDA clearance for its Ava Fertility Tracker, making it the first and only FDA-cleared fertility tracking wearable. Ava’s fertility tracking sensor bracelet and accompanying app, Ava Fertility Tracker, is already the first and only wearable machine learning device to aid women in ovulation prediction and facilitation of conception.

Drivers of Digital Health Technologies – Improving the Patient Experience

Confidence in digital health technologies’ and tools’ potential continues to progress as health systems continue to invest in a more digital health care experience – focusing on connecting with, communicating with, and monitoring patients outside the health system’s walls.
Successful adopters of PET have started with buy-in at the senior leadership level, redesigning the organizational strategy to become more consumer/patient-obsessed.