Active Older Women Prefer  Wearables Over Sensors

Active Older Women Prefer Wearables Over Sensors

Plenty of companies want to sell sensor-loaded smart home systems to support aging-in-place issues, but is that what seniors want? And what about wearables? Does the scope of wearables for older people center on fall detection and activity monitoring to make sure...
Wearables Spot Motor Deficits in Kids

Wearables Spot Motor Deficits in Kids

Developmental disabilities in children too often go undetected before the condition progress past the time when treatment could be most effective. The CDC states that parents, teachers, and others involved should all be on the lookout for developmental milestones in...
Remote Patient Monitoring Tech Pays Off

Remote Patient Monitoring Tech Pays Off

Any new medical technology that improves patient outcomes and reduces service costs is a win. The FDA recently approved Class II clearance for Current Health’s artificial intelligence-powered continuous, real-time wireless remote patient monitoring (RPM) and...
Machine-Learning Detects Sepsis 48 Hours in Advance

Machine-Learning Detects Sepsis 48 Hours in Advance

According to the CDC, one of every three patients who die in a hospital has sepsis: a result of the body’s natural defenses against infection. Each year 1.7 million adults develop sepsis and 270,000 people die from from the condition annually. The University of...