Digital Healthcare and Medtech News
The latest news from my mhealth and the world of healthcare technology
10 Sept, 2020
Digital therapy for anxiety using mindfulness treatments in virtual reality (VR).
How my mhealth, Bournemouth University and Innovate UK joined forces to tackle mental health with a VR app.
13 Aug, 2020
What is the role of a Digital Health Adviser?
How to make digital transformation work and increase engagement with digital technology.
5 Aug, 2020
my mhealth release new instant, on-demand pop-up virtual ward service to manage and monitor patients with diagnosed or suspected COVID-19.
Available to license directly from my mhealth or from the CCS Spark DPS, COVID-19 Virtual Ward is already helping people across the UK.
3 Aug, 2020
my mhealth named as a supplier on the Crown Commercial Service’s (CCS) Spark Dynamic Purchasing System.
We’re excited to share the news that my mhealth have been named as a supplier on the CCS’s Spark Dynamic Purchasing System.
3 Jul, 2020
Southampton surgery goes digital.
Digital Health Specialist Nurse Alison Blythin on how a community practice has embraced my mhealth digital healthcare apps.
12 Jun, 2020
myCOPD receives a NICE endorsement.
Clinical Director Dr Adam Kirk on my mHealths's achievement on receiving NICE endorsement for their myCOPD app.
9 Jun, 2020
Pulmonary rehabilitation centres adopt myCOPD to deliver rehab service remotely during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Clinical Engagement Specialist Jane Stokes on innovation in the face of adversity: digitally enhanced pulmonary rehabilitation.
6 May, 2020
my mhealth’s COVID-19 Virtual Ward receives first patients from West Hampshire.
Last week, Waterside PCN became the first PCN in the UK to go live with the my mhealth COVID-19 Virtual Ward app.
24 Apr, 2020
my mhealth develop app for NHS to support coronavirus patients remotely.
COVID-19 Virtual Ward, the remote coronavirus monitoring service gives clinicians a 360-degree view of patients symptoms.
16 Apr, 2020
my mhealth partner with Breezometer to provide hyper-local air quality forecasts for patients with COPD, Asthma, Diabetes and Heart Disease.
Hyper-local air quality forecasts are important to patients with long-term conditions, Dr Simon Bourne explains why.