What is 5G? Like many acronyms, they are demystified once you know what they stand for. 5G simply means the fifth generation of wireless technology. In simple terms, it means speeding up the data due to bigger channels, more responsive technology due to the lower latency or less lag, and the ability to connect a… Read More What does 5G and the IoT mean for health tech?
What is augmented reality in medicine? Augmented reality, or AR, is a relatively new technology in which a computer-generated image is superimposed on the user’s vision of the world.1 To create this augmented reality, hardware such as headsets, smart glasses or mobile devices are used. The difference with virtual reality is that the user keeps… Read More AR in medicine. The future?
Why use a digital health app? With more than 90,000 digital health apps being added in 2020 alone, physicians are bombarded with download options as much in their professional life as in their private life.1 However, not all apps are equal, with the top 110 apps accounting for almost 50% of all downloads.1 So why… Read More Sorting the wheat from the chaff. Choosing a digital health app.
What the doctors of tomorrow (and today) will have in their bag. Listen to the podcast.… Read More The digital doctor’s bag.
Do you own a fitness tracker? Or even just activate the steps counter on your phone? Most of us have used some sort of health or fitness app, whether to go running or record more intimate details. Most of us have also ticked all the terms and conditions automatically. To comply with GDPR, the information… Read More GDPR and fitness apps.