- Health Tech Today: Digital Paramedic
Andrew Cull, 31-year old paramedic-turned-CEO of Remote Medical International, uses handheld devices, cell phones, and online software to dispense emergency medical services around the globe.
- Health Tech Today: Instant Info=Instant Care
Nazounki Global Medical Network connects Western doctors to patients needing care in Africa using software applications and cellular phones to remotely exchange information and medical images.
- Health Tech Today: High Tech House Calls
At-home wound care providing a yearly savings of $72,000 per patient.
- Health Tech Today: The Cell Phone Microscope
CellScope turns a cell phone into a microscope. With images of blood cells, bacteria, or parasites transmitted to medical centers, this tool helps detect outbreaks in remote regions.
- Health Tech Today: Mobile medicine
With these new mobile apps for schedules, patient results, dictation and charge codes, doctors can make better decisions while on the go.
- Health Tech Today: Gaming Lessons
Jump over junk food and gobble up healthy treats to give you more energy to win. Fast-paced video games are the latest teaching tool, helping children learn healthy life lessons.
- Health Tech Today: Designing Health
Vectorform joins us to demo some new designs including one for virtual collaboration and an app to monitor childhood development.
- Health Tech Today: Patient-friendly apps
Patients want information but hospital staff are often too busy to answer questions. Microsoft researchers are developing new ways to deliver real-time, patient-friendly information.
- Health Tech Today: EMR Made Easy
Learn how gloStream has 100% customer satisfaction with their EMR solution.
- Health Tech Today: Imagine Cup 2011
See a brand new app called Lifelens, a winner at the 2011 Imagine Cup.