Med Student Creates eBook for Cancer Patients [video]

Med Student Creates eBook for Cancer Patients [video]

A cancer diagnosis is one of the scariest bits of information one can ever receive. In 2018, the National Cancer Institute estimated that during the year doctors would diagnose 1,735,530 new cases of cancer. The organization also estimated that 609,640 people would...
AR Guides Impaired Vision City Visitors

AR Guides Impaired Vision City Visitors

Augmented reality (AR) is one of the more successful technologies applied to health and medical applications. Virtual reality in its current state is costly, location limited, plus it makes people dependent and occasionally nauseous. AR is an additive technology, with...
Social Community Supports Healthy Lifestyles

Social Community Supports Healthy Lifestyles

Whether you mark the beginning of social media with MySpace (2003) or Twitter (2006), the societal influence wielded by today’s powerful online communities has been around for less than two decades. We don’t write about social media on Health Tech Insider...
Digital Coach for Preteen Social Confidence

Digital Coach for Preteen Social Confidence

Conversation can be a powerful tool in a healthcare professional’s kit. We’ve all had nurses and physicians ask us to tell them what’s wrong, describe out symptoms, assign a number to our pain level, and answer whether it hurts when they “do...
Smart Insoles Show the Way Home

Smart Insoles Show the Way Home

Whether you’re light on your feet, fast on your feet, or just grateful to be on your feet, there are times when anyone could benefit from location and movement guidance. We’ve written about E-vone’s smart footwear that detects and reports falls,...