Spotlight: NHS sets up digital health accelerator

Researchers in South Korea have published details of their attempts to create a drug-delivering, glucose-monitoring microneedle patch. Based on limited data from tests in mice, the team think the graphene-based patch could analyze sweat to measure glucose levels, wirelessly send the data to a smartphone and transcutaneously administer metformin as needed. Article

> Boehringer Ingelheim teamed up with Propeller Health for a "smart" inhaler pilot project. News

> The U.K.'s National Health Service set up a digital health technology accelerator. More


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> BioClinica expanded its eHealth team with the additions of Steven Herne and Francois Audibert. Release

> Medscape reported on a discussion about the future of patient-generated data. Feature

> Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau called for Genome Canada to receive $180 million over the next three years. Article

> The Jerusalem Post analyzed the regulatory approach to medical apps in Europe. Piece

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