The essence of digital health is making patients the point of care – no matter how unexpected the method. Could you ever imagine that there will be a time when you could measure your heart rate with a device slipped into your key chain holder or your blood pressure on your wrist? MOCAcare does both of that. Moreover, it provides its measurements in good quality and gives meaningful information even for laypeople.
If you measure your daily step count or raise a virtual plant to drink more water a day, you already fell victim of the charms of gamification. Is it bad news? On the contrary! Gamified apps, devices, and therapies will gradually appear in every field of healthcare making behavior change easier and more fun. Here are the greatest examples of gamification!
Some say technology will replace 80% of doctors in the future. I disagree. Instead, technology will finally allow doctors to focus on what makes them good physicians: treating patients and innovating, while automation does the repetitive part of the work. While every specialty will benefit from digital health, some will especially thrive due to these innovations. Here, we enlisted the medical fields with the biggest potential for development in the future.
The Fitbit Blaze has all the potential to become the best wearable to combine activity and sleep tracking, heart rate monitoring and stress release function, but it has a huge downside. The smart alarm is missing. Here is how Fitbit missed hitting the jackpot.
Technological innovations aim to help us track what’s in our food, what we should eat based on our genetic background or support the process of bringing those delicious bites from the bowl into our mouths. Here, I enlisted the top trends concerning eating and food tracking. Check it out!
I do not put too high expectations on blood pressure monitors. They should measure blood pressure accurately, comfortably, silently and very fast. Luckily, this is exactly what iHealth Clear does. Check out my review below!
Diabetes is an adamant condition requiring constant attention. Let me show you how technology can take the burden off the shoulders of suffering patients and their loved ones.