Health Sensors & Trackers
Trackers, wearables and sensors in healthcareWearable, implanted and digestible sensors measure health parameters and vital signs wherever patients or their caregivers need. These sensors help bring healthcare to the homes of patients and make telemedicine and preventive care possible.
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Health Sensors & Trackers
Hackers, Breaches And The Value Of Health Data: 2024 E-Book Update
There is no digital health without sacrificing some of our privacy. The key is to know how you can control this process and protect what’s valuable.
5 Things We Learnt About Investments In Digital Health: Our E-book
The Medical Futurist team is a fierce advocate for proper digital health adoption; and for that, we need good investments in good digital health companies.
Will We All Have To Become Biologically Enhanced Superhumans?
Enhancing human capabilities has been on the mind of people for ages, but superhumans came a long way from ancient training methods to exoskeletons.
Apple In Healthcare: How iPhone And Apple Watch Are Taking On Health
The Apple universe consists of seamlessly integrated, easy-to-use products, an ideal ground for healthcare purposes, let’s see where they bring us!
Microsoft’s Multi-Tenbillion Dollar Bet On Healthcare
Microsoft in healthcare: the company’s multi-billion dollar bet on artificial intelligence-based solutions in medicine starts paying off.
Google’s Masterplan For Healthcare
AI for medical use, cloud services for healthcare practices, apps for research – Google is everywhere in the digital health field. But the competition is fierce, and the race is still wide open.
Bodily Fluids As The Basis For Digital Health
Unlocking health insights from bodily fluids: from at-home blood tests to diagnosing via sweat, explore how cutting-edge technologies are revolutionizing the way we monitor and understand our health, making hospital visits for simple tests a thing of the past.
Digital Health Technologies That Are Too Futuristic To Be In Practice Now (If Ever)
An oncologist administering nanorobots that swim through a patient’s bloodstream to deliver drugs in a highly targeted way. A person on a specific diet scanning their meal with a single device to reveal all of its major nutritional elements. A clinic’s transplant department 3D-printing whole organs. These are scenarios that sound like snippets extracted from a science-fiction novel. But these are digital health technologies that we will have to get used to in the future.
13 Technologies That Will Shape The Future Of Cancer Care
We listed devices and technologies with the promise of curing cancer or transforming it into a manageable chronic disease.
10 Outstanding Companies For Women’s Health
The women’s health technology or so-called femtech market has been on the rise for the last couple of years, but if gained traction just recently. Here’s our guide to 10 outstanding companies in women’s health.