Healthcare Technology Highlighted Article: Updated - Jul 24, 2014

Is the FDA Ready to Regulate Incoming Health Apps?

The recent surge of new health and fitness apps holds many implications for the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). As overseers of public health and safety, the FDA will have its hands full with the new wave of health apps expected to be released in the near future. Current apps are non-clinical and are used as step counters or heart beat monitors. However, new health apps are expected to include more advanced biometrics and measure real-time blood pressure, glucose and oxygen levels. Many are …

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