Congratulations to St Vincent’s Hospital Head of Neurology and My Medic Watch advisor, Prof Bruce Brew who h
When in use, My Medic Watch applications collect a lot of information to help us analyse how you use it. It gives us an idea of why you are using the app, what works well for you and what we can improve. We want to know what features you want us to keep, which ones you need us to work on and which features you would love to see in the future.
The information and data we acquire from you is also a way that we can try and get an understanding of your condition (whether it is for falls or epilepsy). This will improve the way we detect episodes through our state of the art technology such as artificial intelligence and machine learning. We want to be able to continually increase the number of episodes that our app can detect.
My Medic Watch also works closely with experts in medical research. Our hope is that one day our technologies will help improve the way we diagnose and treat diseases for better clinical outcomes.
We respect your privacy and the information you provide us. We are committed to ensuring that personal information provided to us is secure.
Through the data you provide us, we hope that you will soon enjoy our new app features in our upcoming releases of My Medic Watch apps.
The 14th to the 20th of October marked National Carers week in Australia with a week of activities acknowledgi
When in use, My Medic Watch applications collect a lot of information to help us analyse how you use it. It gi