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Only 1 in 4 People Over 50 Use a Mobile Health App – And They Tend to Be Healthier and Wealthier

Health Populi

use at least one mobile health app, and 56% of older people have never used one. One in 3 older people who use a mobile health app do so for exercise, followed by nutrition (currently adopted by 22% of older folks), weight loss (for 20%), and sleep (17%). Just over 1 in 4 people over 50 in the U.S.

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Report: Patient info at risk due to rampant API vulnerabilities among major mobile health apps

Mobi Health News

Thirty mobile health apps from larger healthcare information technology companies were susceptible to a broken object level authorization (BOLA) attack.

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The need for speed: Expediting availability of mobile health solutions amid COVID-19

Mobi Health News

Arnol Rios, head of business development at Sony's Takeoff Point, offers advice on more quickly preparing and deploying wearables and other mobile health tools.

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How mobile health apps and self-monitoring enhance patient care

FierceHealthIT

How mobile health apps and self-monitoring enhance patient care mteefey Wed, 04/19/2023 - 12:47

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Personalized health platform Mobile Health acquires patient engagement startup Doctorbell

Mobi Health News

Singapore-based Mobile Health plans to use Doctorbell's AI capabilities for emergency and tertiary care triage.

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Mobile Health Apps & RPM: Expanding the Access to Care

Clear Arch Health

In this podcast episode, Clear Arch Health talks with Chris Otto, Executive Vice President of Technology and Analytics for Clear Arch Health. This timely discussion centers on mHealth technology and how mobile health apps may help seniors to successfully age-in-place.

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Mobile health app development costs $425,000 on average, likely continuing to rise

Mobi Health News

The average cost of development for a mobile health app from conception to launch is approximately $425,000, with nearly half of this expense outsourced to third-party app development agencies or freelancers, according to new research data recently released from a Research2Guidance survey of 2,400 mobile heal