Discussing the organization’s recent effort in Saudi Arabia, Henry Ford Health Systems’ Wireless Solutions Architect Ali Youssef discusses how telemedicine services connect hospitals abroad with doctors in the U.S.
From instantaneous symptom and treatment updates to opening up new channels of communication, wireless devices are changing the way doctors and patients are interacting with one another and improving overall health.
Keeping track of vital signs and warning signs, Extreme Networks’ Director of Healthcare Solutions Bob Zemke discusses how remote monitoring post-surgery helps send patients home sooner.
TechStars’ Managing Director John Fein talks about what the mobile health accelerator is looking for in a mobile health service.
Henry Ford Health Systems’ Wireless Solutions Architect Ali Youssef believes that the defining feature is found in positive and improved clinical outcomes.
An increasing number of Americans are using their wireless devices to find new ways to stay fit, keep track of their diet and exercise and stay motivated.
CTIA Statement on Joint Release of Model Ordinance and Checklist to Streamline Wireless Infrastructure Deployment
Following the joint release of the model ordinance and checklist to streamline wireless infrastructure deployment, I said:
“Continuing CTIA’s long tradition of working cooperatively with our local government partners, we are pleased to announce our joint release of materials with the National Association of Counties, National Association of Telecommunications Officers and Advisors, ...
HIMSS volunteer mHealth Committee Chair and Qualcomm’s Senior Director of Government Affairs Robert Jarrin discusses how practitioners and developers should use the roadmap and its case studies to understand regulatory hurdles to create better mHealth solutions.