Bosch Health Buddy

By Jonah Comstock February 5, 2013
A report from the London School of Economics and Political Science recently found that only about a quarter of people with depression or anxiety-related mental health problems in the UK receive treatment. The UK's National Health Service (NHS) sees potential in turning to mobile and digital health tools to solve that access problem and to cut costs, according to a new discussion paper recently...
By Jonah Comstock November 8, 2012
The recent Pew Internet Project study reported that only 9 percent of American adults use texting to get health updates, although 80 percent use text messaging. As app adoption stagnates, some start-ups, like California-based HealthCrowd, are hitching their wagon to mobile messaging, including text messaging, rather than apps, as the future of patient engagement. “There are too many apps out...
By Neil Versel October 23, 2012
A British university is joining the growing roster of organizations formally researching the effectiveness of digital healthcare technologies and brainstorming further innovations. The Institute of Digital Healthcare (IDH) at the University of Warwick in England is teaming with the university's WMG innovation center and Bosch Healthcare to create the IDH Learning Lab. Also participating is...