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Launch of Connected Cognitive Health Platform

AFFIRMATIVhealth, PLLC presenters of RE:mind, a program created to improve brain health for the millions impacted by Alzheimer’s or dementia, has chosen AidCube as their mobile health platform. Together, AFFIRMATIVhealth and AidCube are delivering a personalized protocol-based mobile tool for individual support and follow-up to RE:mind program participants, those affected by mild cognitive impairment and […]

Launch of Mobile Tool to Support Those Affected by Early Stage Alzheimer’s Disease

SAN FRANCISCO, October 27, 2016. Sonoma based AFFIRMATIVhealth, PLLC presenters of RE:mind, a program created to improve brain health for the millions impacted by Alzheimer’s or dementia, is teaming up with San Francisco based mobile health provider, AidCube. Together, AFFIRMATIVhealth and AidCube will deliver a personalized protocol-based mobile tool for individual support and follow-up to […]

UCSF Telehealth Transplant Study

Background Despite an overhaul in the system for donor lung allocation to reduce death rates on the waiting list, nearly 1 in 5 patients listed for lung transplantation dies before receiving a suitable donor offer. After transplant, there are trends towards increasing complications in the perioperative period; the immediate post-transplant hospital stay lasts more than […]

Why mHealth sometimes fails

During the past couple of years, about a thousand COPD patients have used our mHealth tool at home. We have trained healthcare staff at 26 different hospitals and clinics. Therefore, we are now able to see patterns in why it sometimes takes a long time for a connected mHealth tool, like ours, to provide value. […]

Lung Transplant Patients use Telehealth at Home

SAN FRANCISCO, May 12, 2016 – AidCube, a health tech company that enables health plans and healthcare providers to deliver home-based pulmonary rehabilitation, announced today that UCSF’s Department of Pulmonary & Critical Care will conduct trials with the AidCube platform for home-based pre- and rehabilitation of lung transplant patients. The new partnership allows UCSF to […]