Timeline: Medical milestones for the iPhone

By: Brian Dolan | Jun 22, 2011        

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WaveSense iPhone Jazz MeterJuly 9, 2010: Agamatrix tells MobiHealthNews that their WaveSense Jazz blood glucose meter will become the first FDA-approved iPhone medical device in February 2011. The WaveSense connect directly to the iPhone via a USB download cable and interfaces with their DiabetesManager app. More

July 29th, 2010: CVS Caremark launches a free iPhone app that lets anyone with an iPhone look up drug information in its database. If the user is a CVS Caremark PBM (pharmacy benefits manager) member, users can refill prescriptions, check prescription order status, view prescription history, check drug cost, find a nearby network pharmacy, and FastStart, which enables users to request a new prescription from their iPhone. More

July 31, 2010: AirStrip Technologies, makers of AirStripOB, one of the very first FDA approved medical applications , announces FDA approval of their AirStrip Remote Patient Monitoring solution (RPM), which includes AirStrip RPM Critical Care and AirStrip RPM Cardiology. The clearance significantly expands AirStrip’s suite of applications. More

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