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IXENSOR’S EVELINE·CARE TELEHEALTH EMPOWERING FERTILITY SERVICES TO ASSIST PATIENTS’ CONCEPTIONS WITH AT-HOME TEST MONITORING

iXensor | September 14, 2021

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iXensor, the pioneer of mobile health, launches its new Eveline•Care service, effectively turning the smartphone-based Eveline Ovulation Predictor Kit (OPK) into a telehealth-enabled fertility monitoring system. This telehealth service is anticipated by OB-GYN practitioners and highly appreciated by patients for comfortable at-home testing, especially amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic globally. Helping couples to conceive all around the world<...

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PROTXX AND UNIVERSITY OF ALBERTA ANNOUNCE REMOTE PERSONALIZED HEALTHCARE MANAGEMENT OF PATIENTS WITH MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS

PROTXX | July 01, 2020

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Silicon Valley, California and Calgary, Alberta based precision medicine technology pioneer PROTXX and the University of Alberta in Edmonton, Alberta today announced a new research collaboration that will leverage the PROTXX precision healthcare platform for remote personalized health management of patients with multiple sclerosis (MS).The PROTXX precision healthcare platform integrates wearable sensor and machine learning innovations to replace bulky and expensive clinical equipment and t...

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HEALTHCARE AND THE 5G REVOLUTION

Inside Digital Health | January 27, 2020

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As 5G starts to rollout around the world, the belief is that it will connect everything through a seamless connection to the cloud. Connectivity problems as we know it are solved. In fact, as connectivity becomes more ubiquitous, devices will start connecting directly to the cloud instead of having to go through an intermediary such as a smartphone, tablet or IoT hub. The predominant use of 5G is to transmit large amounts of data at a much faster speed than 4G. This large pipe comes with a downs...

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THE PROMISE AND PERIL OF AI IN HEALTHCARE

Managed Healthcare Executive | February 26, 2020

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Artificial intelligence (AI) can be used to identify outbreaks such as the coronavirus, which, to date, has resulted in nearly 1,800 reported deaths and more than reported 71,000 infections. In a February 13 webinar, Casey Ross, national technology correspondent for STAT, pointed to efforts by John Brownstein, PhD, chief innovation officer at Boston Children’s Hospital, to use machine learning to review social media posts, reports by physicians, news outlets, and information released by of...

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HEALTH TECHNOLOGY

iXensor | September 14, 2021

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IXENSOR’S EVELINE·CARE TELEHEALTH EMPOWERING FERTILITY SERVICES TO ASSIST PATIENTS’ CONCEPTIONS WITH AT-HOME TEST MONITORING

iXensor, the pioneer of mobile health, launches its new Eveline•Care service, effectively turning the smartphone-based Eveline Ovulation Predictor Kit (OPK) into a telehealth-enabled fertility monitoring system. This telehealth service is anticipated by OB-GYN practitioners and highly appreciated by patients for comfortable at-home testing, especially amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic globally. Helping couples to conceive all around the world<...

Read More

PROTXX | July 01, 2020

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PROTXX AND UNIVERSITY OF ALBERTA ANNOUNCE REMOTE PERSONALIZED HEALTHCARE MANAGEMENT OF PATIENTS WITH MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS

Silicon Valley, California and Calgary, Alberta based precision medicine technology pioneer PROTXX and the University of Alberta in Edmonton, Alberta today announced a new research collaboration that will leverage the PROTXX precision healthcare platform for remote personalized health management of patients with multiple sclerosis (MS).The PROTXX precision healthcare platform integrates wearable sensor and machine learning innovations to replace bulky and expensive clinical equipment and t...

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Inside Digital Health | January 27, 2020

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HEALTHCARE AND THE 5G REVOLUTION

As 5G starts to rollout around the world, the belief is that it will connect everything through a seamless connection to the cloud. Connectivity problems as we know it are solved. In fact, as connectivity becomes more ubiquitous, devices will start connecting directly to the cloud instead of having to go through an intermediary such as a smartphone, tablet or IoT hub. The predominant use of 5G is to transmit large amounts of data at a much faster speed than 4G. This large pipe comes with a downs...

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Managed Healthcare Executive | February 26, 2020

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THE PROMISE AND PERIL OF AI IN HEALTHCARE

Artificial intelligence (AI) can be used to identify outbreaks such as the coronavirus, which, to date, has resulted in nearly 1,800 reported deaths and more than reported 71,000 infections. In a February 13 webinar, Casey Ross, national technology correspondent for STAT, pointed to efforts by John Brownstein, PhD, chief innovation officer at Boston Children’s Hospital, to use machine learning to review social media posts, reports by physicians, news outlets, and information released by of...

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