mHealth Smartphone Lab on a Chip Could Save Lives

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Last month, scientists Giovanni de Micheli and Sandro Carrara at Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne (EPFL) in Switzerland announced that they have developed an implantable concentrated technology, utilizing five sensors in a few cubic Continue Reading

9 out of 10 Physicians Say mHealth Improves Patient Outcome but is the Future So Bright?

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A recent survey of healthcare professionals with 2,291 healthcare Continue Reading

RAPS – Singapore to Collaborate on First Medical Device Regulatory Training

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The Regulatory Affairs Professionals Society (RAPS) is partnering with five Continue Reading

How Much is That? Getting to the Bottom of Healthcare Cost

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A seven-minute video from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation's Aligning Continue Reading

Sequestration Could Impact Medical Device Reviews

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Included in the federal spending cuts $85 billion sequestration that went Continue Reading