Finding value in mHealth 2.0
Mobi Health News
JANUARY 18, 2019
Mobi Health News
JANUARY 18, 2019
FEBRUARY 6, 2019
Next week (11-15 February 2019) in Orlando (USA) 45,000 delegates will attend the world’s biggest Healthcare IT Conference and Exhibition and we’ll be there for meetings and to learn about and share mHealth innovations with readers of the mHealth Insight blog.
JANUARY 22, 2020
An interesting paper asking “What is the clinical value of mHealth for patients?” mHealth Insights. It’s key to understand that basic features of mobile are often the most valuable apps used for mHealth. Note: Facebook is very much a mHealth app.
JANUARY 21, 2020
In 2019 there were just 22 mHealth events held around the world (in the USA, Israel, UK, Spain, Dublin, France and India). mHealth App Developer Workshop. IMPACCT: mHealth in Clinical Trials 2020.
FEBRUARY 12, 2020
The webinar will be free to attend and is chaired by David Doherty (coFounder of 3GDoctor and author of mHealth Insight) and the final list of topics and speakers will be confirmed shortly.
Electronic Health Reporter
MARCH 26, 2019
Members of the American Health Information Management Association (AHIMA) called on Congress to better serve and protect the growing population of healthcare consumers who use technology – such as social media, wearables and mobile health (mHealth) apps – to manage their health.
MARCH 31, 2018
We’ve had a request to produce a new module of the mHealth for Healthcare Professionals course ( that we originally developed for the Healthcare Informatics Society ) for Paediatricians and would like you to contribute, attend the meeting and suggest topics we should include.
DECEMBER 2, 2018
In 2018 there were at least 39 mHealth events held around the world (in Australia, Dubai, France, Germany, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Netherlands, New Zealand, Russia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Taiwan, UK and the USA).
NOVEMBER 5, 2019
Today we’re exploring how mHealth apps are redefining the medical sector. Right now, there are more than 260,000 mHealth apps on the market, and last year alone, there were over 400 million medical app downloads (a 15% increase on the global totals reported in 2016 and 2017).
MARCH 5, 2018
Chris plans to attend the following Conference tracks that have a mHealth focus: Monday 5 March (13:45pm Lando 4302): INTEGRATING DATA SOURCES TO SUPPORT CARE DELIVERY. Learning Objectives: Discuss the role of nurses in training patients to use new mHealth technologies.
FEBRUARY 21, 2019
Last year mHealth fell off the radar for the GSMA and there was no mHealth content at the world’s biggest mobile industry conference and exhibition (held annually in Barcelona – [link].
Arizona Telemedicine Program
JULY 4, 2018
In healthcare, telemedicine, telehealth, and mobile health (mHealth) technologies can help us maintain or improve our health more independently by enabling us to track our health, and access and connect with expert care from where we are.
APRIL 5, 2018
mHealth Insights. “mHealth relates to the provision of health-related services via a mobile device. In the real world (as I wrote here in 2009) successful mHealth applications are already commonplace across the world.
MAY 20, 2014
The surge in “mHealth” or Mobile Health is result of intensive use of technology by both patients and doctors. To make their work easier and effective, doctors are encouraging patients to use mHealth apps and even people are investing in mHealth apps and devices.
FEBRUARY 4, 2019
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OCTOBER 20, 2014
mHealth – changing the social contract between patients and doctors. Let’s see how mhealth is driving the Future of Healthcare Industry? The post mHealth: A Game-Changer In Healthcare Industry appeared first on Enterprise Blog. Technology digital wellness Health Care & Fitness Healthcare Industry mHealth Mobile HealthThe Healthcare industry is rapidly recognizing the benefits of mobility in health and fitness.
MARCH 7, 2018
Nathan Ratner, a third-year medical student at the University of Minnesota and third-place finisher in last year’s Elsevier Hackathon in Finland, talks to Eric Wicklund at mHealth Intelligence, about the promise of mobile health technology. mHealth Insight.
FEBRUARY 14, 2019
A list of successful medical applications to help patients find and communicate with medical professionals online via text and video chat
APRIL 3, 2013
mHealth, known for rapid innovation and iteration, has a tendency to buck at the snail’s pace of FDA regulation. This could herald a new age of credibility for mHealth. The post Who will regulate mHealth?
MARCH 22, 2018
International Diabetes Federation: Let’s embed mHealth and make it a compulsory embedded part of care for Patients who have diabetes.
JANUARY 2, 2020
In 2017, I wrote about your car as a mobile platform for health , a new definition for the phrase “mHealth.”
JANUARY 17, 2019
What’s this new thing called Telemedicine? For starters, it’s not new! I t’s more than 40 years old and was developed as a way to use improvements in communication technology to bring quality medical diagnoses and care to individuals in remote parts of the world.
FEBRUARY 12, 2020
With our HealthConsuming “health is everywhere” ethos, this post updates some of the most impactful recent retail health developments shaping consumers’ health/care touchpoints beyond hospitals, physicians, and health plans.
Electronic Health Reporter
AUGUST 7, 2018
Editorial medical app development medical mobile apps mHealth Mobisoft Infotech Ritesh PatilThis content is copyrighted strictly for Electronic Health Reporter. By Ritesh Patil, co-founder, Mobisoft Infotech.
JANUARY 4, 2019
If there is one thing that the last decade has shown us, it’s that nothing stays the same. This is true in all aspects of healthcare. Everything from patient records, writing prescriptions, navigating reimbursement, analyzing risk, and updating treatment protocols have changed.
JUNE 6, 2019
In the U.S., rural residents’ access to broadband at home continues to lag behind urban and suburban dwellers, the Pew Research Group noted in a May 2019 research note on Americans’ use of technology.
MARCH 28, 2019
As more mobile app users — consumers, patients, and caregivers — use these handy digital health tools, much of the data we share can be re-identified and monetized by third parties well beyond those we believe we’re sharing with.
JANUARY 15, 2020
Physicians are evolving as digital doctors, embracing the growing role of data generated in electronic health records as well as through their patients using wearable technologies and mobile health apps downloaded in ubiquitous smartphones, described in The Rise of the Data-Driven Physician , a 2020 Health Trends Report from Stanford Medicine. Stanford Medicine interviewed 523 physicians and 210 medical students and residents in September and October 2019 to assess clinicians’ perspectives on digital health topics for this study. The study title citing the “data-driven physician” is based on the key survey finding that doctors are preparing to embrace data, from both traditional sources and new ones — including information generated by patients themselves via wearable tech and remote health sensors — into clinical practice. The vast majority of doctors are using electronic health records, and four in ten have adopted telemedicine in their workflow. One in three doctors uses genetic screening, and one in four, wearable health devices. Personalized medicine and robotic surgery have been adopted by fewer than 1 in 5 doctors, with AI and virtual reality still nascent technologies in everyday practice. Looking to the future, most doctors and med students see big potential in personalized medicine to transform health care in the next five years. Just over half of clinicians view telemedicine as transformational, and another 4 in 10 doctors cite AI and wearable devices as transformational in the next five years. Robotic surgery and VR won’t yield much transformation in health care in the next five years, both current practicing doctors and med students concur. Another issue on which one-half of clinicians, both current and studying, agree is that consumer tech companies and other non-traditional players entering the health care market is a positive development. One in five doctors and one in three students is undecided on this, based on uncertainties for impacts on patient outcomes, physician effectiveness, physician job satisfaction, and costs. What is certain, the Stanford Medicine report divines, is that physicians beyond 2020 will be operating in a larger, more distributed and complex health care ecosystem, mixing the legacy system of brick-and-mortar hospitals and clinics with virtual care via telehealth, remote health monitoring to the home, and wearable tech on the patient’s body and embedded in her clothing. And on balance, most physicians welcome the value that data from these different sources can yield for diagnosis, treatment and research. Health Populi’s Hot Points: Compared with other nations’ health citizens, Americans tend to be more bullish on using at-home tests and apps to track health, as gauged in the survey report, A consumer-centered future of health from Deloitte Insights. Similarly, one-half of consumers expressed demand for digital health technologies in a study from GlobalWebIndex last year. 50% of consumers said they’d welcome the ability to consult with a doctor via phone or video call, 48% liked the ability to communicate electronically via test or social media with the doctor, and 43% favored a wearable device to connect with their smartphone to monitor health. 36% would use a digital health assistant (chatbot) to offer health advice, and 34% a digital health coach to help manage chronic disease or pain. We’ve entered an era of both the data-driven physician aligning with the data-driven patient. This isn’t an N of 100% on either side of the physician-patient dynamic; it’s an evolving scenario, part of a larger digital ecosystem in which consumers live, work, play and learn. But weaving the Stanford Medicine study together with the consumer research from Deloitte and GlobalWebIndex shows us greater alignment for digital health adoption between doctors and patients than we’ve seen before this moment. The post Dr. Roboto? Stanford Medicine Foresees Digital Doctors “Maturing” appeared first on HealthPopuli.com. AI Artificial intelligence Big data and health Cognitive computing and health Computers and health Connected health Consumer electronics Data analytics and health Digital health Digital therapeutics Electronic health records Health apps Health at home Health care information technology Health Consumers Health ecosystem Health engagement Health IT Internet and Health Internet of things Medical technology mHealth Mobile health Patient engagement Physicians Primary care Remote health monitoring Robots and health Self-care Sensors and health Shared decision making Social networks and health Telehealth Telemedicine User experience UX Virtual health Wearable tech Wearables
Electronic Health Reporter
OCTOBER 17, 2019
Editorial mhealth app development Pradeep Makhija wearable devices what is mhealth This article is copyrighted strictly for Electronic Health Reporter. Illegal copying is prohibited. By Pradeep Makhija, digital marketing, Space-O Technologies. Not so long in the past, you had to wait in long queues at the hospital or clinic before your turn arrived.
JANUARY 9, 2019
In recent years, healthcare providers and medical professionals have turned to increasingly advanced technologies to serve their patients and maintain an advantage in the healthcare marketplace.
JANUARY 11, 2019
You’ve discussed it in strategy meetings, you’ve overheard your competitors talking about it at conferences, and maybe patients have even asked about it: telemedicine. Why do you need it in your organization?
JULY 16, 2019
In my own vision of the retail home health/care ecosystem, these five categories can blur and combinations can serve the consumer’s health at home and on-the-move (for truly mobile health, not just “mHealth” via phone apps).
JANUARY 2, 2019
Telemedicine is easy, right?
SEPTEMBER 6, 2018
Using digital health tech is a new normal for U.S. consumers, including Seniors, found in the 2018 digital health consumer survey from Deloitte. The title of the report, “Consumers are on board with virtual health options,” summarizes the bullish outlook for telehealth.
FEBRUARY 11, 2020
Telemedicine, which uses the Internet to connect patients and providers, is growing. Though the terms e-health, m-health , and telehealth are often interchanged for telemedicine, the deliverable is always the connection and interaction between patient and caregiver in a digital medium.
SEPTEMBER 9, 2019
Books Healthy Children and Families Social Media & mHealth The Patient Experience"Joy and woe are woven fine." - William Blake There is a wonderful book for caregivers that offers expert advice. from a caregiver.
Electronic Health Reporter
JUNE 5, 2019
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OCTOBER 1, 2018
California’s Governor Jerry Brown signed into law a net neutrality bill this weekend.
FEBRUARY 24, 2018
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JULY 15, 2019
In June, telehealth and mHealth service offerings expanded around the nation. telehealth" "telemedicine" mhealth telehealth parity Alexa JD PowersA new app launched that tracks remote patients through their Alexa.