Testing on an edible on-dose authentication technology developed by TruTag Technologies is showing promising results for its use in combatting counterfeit drugs.
The app lets parents choose a medication and a flavor, then find a nearby pharmacy where they can get the flavored medication.
IBM continues to beef up its Watson Health platform with latest $1 billion acquisiton.
Zipdrug, which launched in July, allows users to have their prescriptions delivered on-demand within an hour.
Memphis-based company Christie Medical Holdings has developed a device that uses “harmless, near-infrared light” to indicate the location of veins.
Armada Health Care on Tuesday announced a partnership with the clinical pharmacy services unit at the University of Massachusetts Medical School to work on its ArmadaOne specialty pharmacy platform.
Healthcare technology company PerceptiMed announced in mid-July the appointment of the 17th Surgeon General of the United States, Dr. Richard Carmona, to its board of directors, effective Aug. 1.
The fact that the patient’s data is sent directly to their community pharmacist helps set this app apart from other health tracking apps, the company stated.
More than half of millennials surveyed would embrace telemedicine.
Rite Aid announced last month that it had recently introduced a new medication synchronization program called OneTripRefills.