Goodbye Hello: Not All Launches Succeed

Goodbye Hello: Not All Launches Succeed

Crowd-funding has helped many Health Tech devices raise development funds and build a market for new products. Some campaigns have extraordinary success. For example, consider the Hello from Sense. This sleep-tracking device ran a Kickstarter campaign three years ago...
Can a Mobile App Improve Health?

Can a Mobile App Improve Health?

Frequent readers of Health Tech Insider will know that I often bang the drum calling for more scientific evidence that wearables and other mobile health technology can actually produce the improved health outcomes and reduced costs that many of us (reasonably) expect...
Smart Glasses for Stroke Rehab and More

Smart Glasses for Stroke Rehab and More

Facial palsy is a condition where the facial nerve on one (or both) sides of the face becomes damaged. This nerve controls the muscle groups that we use to make facial expressions, and palsy will cause that side to droop. This condition can be caused by bacterial or...
Sleep Sensor Includes Blood Oxygen [video]

Sleep Sensor Includes Blood Oxygen [video]

One of the recurring themes here on Health Tech Insider is that the path for success for wearable devices is to add features and do more. Take sleep sensors as an example. Most of them track your motion while you sleep, and some will also track heart rate. From this...
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