View videos about Under Armour’s new Healthbox, an interactive app/electronic toothbrush that helps teach kids about hygiene, and a skin patch from L’Oreal that will let you know when you’ve had too much sun.
Latest retail clinic news: CVS MinuteClinic announces app plans for 2016, the Walgreens-Rite Aid deal is getting a heavy look from federal regulators, and a great article from U.S. News and World Report about choosing health plans to match your drug prescription needs.
No matter where you look, from brewing coffee with Keurig machines to making payments by swiping Apple Pay and Google Wallet, technology is creating change. The case is no different the health care world. Take a look at this “smart” thermometer that can plug into your phone, take someone’s temperature, track when medications were taken, and store results and health information to share with your doctor. All for $19.99.
In this healthtech news update: More promising trends for digital health funding, a look at Rock Health’s latest digital health adoption study, and more.
Earlier this month, the popular drugstore chain Rite Aid and HealthSpot, one of the more intriguing spins on telehealth, announced they would collaborate to treat patients at 25 of Rite Aid’s stores in Ohio. If you haven’t seen HealthSpot in action, it is definitely worth watching a video tour.
As technology continues to plunge deeper into our daily lives, mobile apps are leading the charge. Over 50 billion apps were downloaded in 2013 alone! While apps can help us with almost any facet of our lives, from cooking to seeing in the dark to entertainment, health and fitness apps are among the most popular. You’ve probably […]