Seniors improved their medication adherence with cell phone text reminders, according to an announcement of a study from CareSpeak Communications. The Front Porch Center for Innovation and...
Synchronous telehealth for cardiovascular disease patients helps to reduce costs, admission rates and length of stay, according to a study published this week in the Journal of the Medical Internet Research.
To better serve the elderly at home and patients requiring remote monitoring outside of hospital and nursing home environments, AT&T last week announced that it will provide mobile internet capabilities for Embedded Wireless' Zilant Wellness Remote Monitoring Platform and mobile personal emergency response (mPERS) system.
A New England town's new telehealth pilot program is trying to improve the health and wellness of its seniors by leveraging mobile technology, so they can stay in their homes longer and live healthier lives.
In an attempt to reduce hospital readmissions and pharmacy costs for senior citizens, residents at the nation's largest over-55 residential community soon will have access to telehealth services under an agreement with USF Health at the University of South Florida and American Well.
Enthusiasm for technology is rampant in healthcare, particularly when it comes to seniors. Proponents insist it can extend quality of life for the elderly, allowing them to remain independent and
Microsoft has combined two of its technologies, Xbox 360 Kinect and the HealthVault online platform, to help seniors take better care of themselves at Los Angeles senior centers. Following a
Continua Health Alliance, an organization of 240-plus technology companies that are developing personal connected health solutions, has struck a "liaison agreement" with the Continental Automated
Mobility may be easily understood as a health indicator for the elderly. Generally, the more you move, the healthier you are. But figuring out how mobile a patient is isn't nearly as easy. Two Wake
More than three-fifths of Americans living with at least one chronic disease believe that a home medical device to manage their conditions could improve their health, according to a survey