Web-based clinic in the Netherlands improves outcomes while saving time and money. Doctors and patients have teamed up to build a teen-friendly app and, as the system is adopted more widely, healthcare providers will be paid for online care
The apps will improve self-care, adherence to therapy and long-term outcomes in this common, chronic condition, its developers say. The app for healthcare professionals will be one of the first such m-health apps to be CE-approved
Digital health start-up VitalSignum is on track to launch Beat2Phone, a small mobile device that detects arrhythmia by measuring the patient’s ECG, with the first production batch due to be on the market early next month.
Radiologists are in short supply in parts of Europe. Telemedicine Clinic solves the problem by remote control, with a network of doctors who diagnose patients on the basis of medical images that arrive by email.