Pandemic Drives Mental Health Use of Telehealth

Pandemic Drives Mental Health Use of Telehealth

It’s fair to state that COVID-19 caught the world’s healthcare systems unprepared to react quickly enough to the highly contagious virus. In the past few months, Health Tech Insider’s wearable and health tech coverage has covered several new health...
Students Receive Free AI-Driven Health Software [video]

Students Receive Free AI-Driven Health Software [video]

Companies and institutions respond to the COVID-19 pandemic in a variety of ways. Patriapps, a New York-based software developer, is offering all U.S. high schools and colleges $5 million worth of free subscriptions to Copeify, a machine-learning-based self-care and...
Mount Sinai Monitors Patients with Google Nest

Mount Sinai Monitors Patients with Google Nest

Mention remote patient monitoring, and most of us immediately think of a device that sends data regarding an offsite patient to an in-clinic healthcare team. The Mount Sinai Health System and Google, however, have a different take on the idea of remote patient...
Sweat-Powered E-Skin Monitors Health

Sweat-Powered E-Skin Monitors Health

The range of potential skin patch applications in health monitoring is astounding. We’ve covered various skin patch technology developments for several years. In 2014, Alfred Poor wrote about collaboration at Northwestern University and the University of...
VR Boosts Mental Health Care Outcomes [video]

VR Boosts Mental Health Care Outcomes [video]

Daniel Freeman, Profession of clinical psychology at Oxford University and co-founder of Oxford VR, believes that VR technology can revolutionize mental health care. In April, Oxford VR published a new whitepaper that demonstrates how the company’s VR platform...