Tag Archives: Smart

Smart toilets seen as future real-time health monitoring tech

Toilets are currently used for disposing of human waste. But researchers see tremendous value in the metabolic information contained in urine as a source of real-time monitoring of peoples’ health. Scientists at the University of Wisconsin-Madison and the Morgridge Institute for Research are working on a proof of principle for an integrated “smart toilet” system… Read More »

Researchers Develop Smart Bioinks to 3D Print Living Tissues

May 2nd, 2019 Editors Materials If we’re going to 3D print tissues, organs, and entire body parts, scientists will have to create advanced, highly functional bioinks. Plus, these bioinks will have to withstand being printed and must survive within the harsh interior of the body. At the Fraunhofer Institute for Interfacial Engineering and Biotechnology and University… Read More »

Vuzix Smart Glasses for Telemedicine: Interview with Paul Travers, Vuzix CEO

Vuzix, a smart glasses developer and augmented reality technology supplier based in Rochester, NY, has partnered with VSee, a telemedicine provider from California, to create a smart glasses telemedicine solution for the Vuzix M300XL and Vuzix Blade Smart Glasses. Smart glasses have a variety of uses in telemedicine, and can not only reduce or eliminate… Read More »

5 Lessons Learned Implementing SMART on FHIR at Intermountain

Challenges include differences in vendor implementations of FHIR and their data models During a recent eHealth Initiative webinar, Laura Heerman Langford, Ph.D., R.N., a nurse informaticist, detailed some lessons learned implementing Smart on FHIR apps at Intermountain Healthcare. Because FHIR is still under development, “we are driving the car and changing the tires at the… Read More »