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University of Melbourne Leads Clinical Trial to Assess Digital App to Monitor COVID-19 Symptoms from Home & Identify Mental Health Needs

Investigators at the University of Melbourne’s Department of General Practice lead a clinical trial to investigate the safety and efficacy of CovidCare, a new app that helps patients in self-isolation monitor for COVID-19 symptoms while also support study personnel in...

University of Hong Kong Partners with Disruptive Startup Technology to Remotely Monitor COVID-19 Patients

The University of Hong Kong (HKU) inked a deal with Boston and Singapore-based health tech startup Biofourmis to commence a state-of-the-art COVID-19 digital tracking system. Hence, Hong Kong will become the first testing ground worldwide for advanced devices and data...

The Site-less Trial Commences with the Heartline Study Powered by Apple, Evidation Health & Janssen (J&J)

Johnson & Johnson’s Janssen Pharmaceutical unit inked a partnership with Apple to leverage the iPhone and FDA-complaint apps for a new study—the Heartline Study—designed to assess if apps on the iPhone and features on the Apple Watch can improve health outcomes...

Stanford Leads Digital Health Study

Digital health-based clinical trials have grown by 29% per year in recent years. The largest category of studies focuses on cardiometabolic conditions such as heart conditions, diabetes, and stroke. They analyzed 1.783 studies voluntarily registered at the U.S....

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