CNBC: Why TeleMedicine is a Bust

mHealth Insight

mHealth Insights. We’re not dropping the ‘m’ in ‘mHealth’ we’re dropping the ‘Health’ CNBC have it captured well: A MAN IN WHITE COAT WITH A STETHOSCOPE TAPPING AT HIS MOBILE is a perfectly valid and useful depiction of telemedicine today.

Why telemedicine and remote patient monitoring demand will skyrocket in 2019


A quick search will provide you with hundreds of wonderfully SEO optimized articles outlining the differences between telehealth, telemedicine, telecare, remote patient monitoring…. Mobile health (mHealth) : health care and public health information provided through mobile devices. If you were to ask someone on the street what they consider the most impactful digital health innovation over the last five years, there’s a good chance their response would be, “telemedicine”.

My Favorite Myths About Telemedicine


Remote monitoring, mHealth applications and telemedicine for emergency response are being deployed in every metropolitan area. Telemedicine, telehealth, eHealth, mHealth and telecare are all different. Last year I asked the ATA staff to come up with a list of the top myths about telemedicine. With years of fielding questions from the public, from ATA members and the press I figure they were in a good position to come up with some of the leading examples.