Tag Archive: mHealth

by John Moore | November 17, 2010

State of the Web & Mobile Device Impact

Yesterday, Morgan Stanley analyst Mary Meeker gave her annual presentation on the State of the Web 2010. As always, she […]

by corasharma | October 07, 2010

Don’t Rule-out the Mobile Browser

I recently had the opportunity to speak with Henry J. Feldman, M.D., instructor of medicine at Harvard Medical School at […]

by John Moore | September 10, 2010

Is the mHealth Hype Justified?

Over the last few weeks there has been a lot of hype regarding mHealth.  In late August Deloitte published an […]

by John Moore | June 08, 2010

A Bite of the Apple

Yesterday, with much fanfare, Steve Jobs took the stage at Apple’s annual developer conference and announced the pending release of […]

by John Moore | October 30, 2009

Learnings from mHealth Summit

Over the last two days, been attending the Foundation for the NIH’s event, the mHealth Summit.  This being its inaugural […]

by John Moore | June 04, 2009

Sad Scale is One Sad App

While it seems that there are an unlimited number of consumer-facing mobile apps for calorie counting/diets, exercise, menstrual calendars and […]

by John Moore | May 08, 2009

Atlas of the Human Brain, Cool iPhone App, but Could be Even Better

Recently Chilmark Research was a provided a free copy of the iPhone app, Atlas of the Brain by Sylvius MR.  […]

by John Moore | April 16, 2009

iTriage: Is this the Future of mHealth Apps?

Couple of weeks back had the opportunity to talk to the CEO and CMO of Healthagen, developers of the iPhone […]

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