Creative Connectivity - the site for eHealth, telematics and wireless

Medica goes Wireless

You may not be able to see wireless, but it was very much in evidence at the Medica show last week.


mHealth in the NHS – Everywhere and Nowhere

It’s surprising how much mHealth is happening in the NHS, and how little it’s noticed…


FDA and Regulation. The dangers of crying Wolf.

Unless we are careful, we are at risk of deflating the nascent mHealth bubble before it even forms…


Electronic Health Records, Data Integrity, Consumer Apps and Continua.

If you think the Internet changed the doctor patient relationship, that’s a sideshow compared to what connected health will do…


mHealth – Mobile Monday Amsterdam (Part 1)

Evangelising mHealth in a church? Only in Amsterdam…


Bluetooth low energy – the Momentum Builds

In California and Munich last week, companies were showing live demonstrations of Bluetooth low energy…


We need a Manifesto for Consumer Health and Wellness

Who is going to protect the innovators in a new world of patient-led healthcare?


FDA – mHealth’s Angel or Demon?

The key to success in mHealth is not a brash lobbying for funds, but engagement with regulators like the FDA.


Continua Health Alliance takes the bigamous route – Bluetooth and ZigBee.

It’s three in a bed time as the Continua Health Alliance chooses both ZigBee and Bluetooth…


Bluetooth is winning the Medical and Fitness Market

You’d be surprised how many health and fitness products rely on Bluetooth…


About Creative Connectivity

Creative Connectivity is Nick Hunn's blog on aspects and applications of wireless connectivity. Having worked with wireless for over twenty years I've seen the best and worst of it and despair at how little of its potential is exploited.

I hope that's about to change, as the demands of healthcare, energy and transport apply pressure to use wireless more intelligently for consumer health devices, smart metering and telematics. These are my views on the subject - please let me know yours.

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