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.

Mobile health program improved addiction outcomes despite low clinician engagement

Mobi Health News

Integration of a practitioner-developed mobile health system within a primary care setting was well-received by substance use disorder (SUD) patients and generally improved outcomes, according to a study recently published in the Journal of Medical Internet Research

Reports: Mobile health market to surpass $28B in 2018; teleradiology gaining steam

Mobi Health News

A pair of recently published market research reports have outlined upward trends among mobile health technologies

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

So, you have another mobile health solution. Now what?

Mobi Health News

is a doctor of public health with over 10 years of experience in designing, implementing and evaluating transformative public health projects. She is the principal of ERIM Consulting, which uses research evidence and business insights to advance public health impact About the author: Dr. Ebele M?g?

Mobile health app boosts HCAHPS scores, lowers costs at South Shore Health System

Mobi Health News

The pregnancy app, developed in-house with some help, allowed the hospital to improve its OB-maternity HCAHPS by 68 percent – and cut printing costs for paper handouts by half

How a rushed California law will change the privacy and security landscape for mobile health apps

Mobi Health News

About the Author: Adam H.


Mobile Health Sensors Market is Gaining Momentum with key players Fujitsu, Honeywell International, Acute Technology, OMRON

Healthcare Guys

Mobile health and fitness sensors market includes the sensors that are utilized as a part of healthcare sector by therapeutic experts and customers for measuring different body parameters, for example, blood glucose level, temperature, weight, and among others.

Which Type of Mobile Health Vehicle is Right for My Practice – Gasoline or Diesel?

KB Dental Consulting

There are a lot of things that should be evaluated when a person wants to buy a mobile dental/medical van or trailer which would match his/her expectations. Factors such as exterior design, the interior essential attributes, dental/medical equipment and gasoline versus diesel engine for the mobile health van will require meticulous research by the new buyers which may be the difference between the success and failure. Introduction.

Should the Apple Watch monitor your heart?


Or it could be a massive headache for the health care system. Tech Cardiology Mobile health

Beware the limits of telemedicine


This field is exploding, and I have no doubt popularity will continue to grow as large health systems and pharmacy giants dive in. Tech Health IT Mobile health Primary Care

A new digital divide is keeping older adults from accessing digital health


The digital divide used to be about who had internet access and who didn't, with broad implications for every aspect of life — especially health care. But digital health innovation is growing rapidly, with projections showing a $536.6 Tech Geriatrics Health IT Mobile health

Going Digital for Health Is a New-Normal for Consumers

Health Populi

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.

Mobile Health and Data Safety: Convenience vs. Privacy

BHM Healthcare Solutions

Technology may be revolutionizing the healthcare industry but while mobile health applications and cloud-based management are convenient, many think they may be compromising the privacy of healthcare data.

A Breakthrough, Sobering Report on Teens and Young Adults, Digital Health and Social Media Use: Implications for Mental Health

Health Populi

There’s a load of anecdotal data about teens and young adults (TYAs) and their always-on relationship with mobile phones and social networks. The report was co-written by Victoria Rideout and Susannah Fox, two names Health Populi readers should know.

Mobile Health Cloud vs Privacy Regulations

Healthcare Exchange Standards

This problem of mobile-applications and Privacy is not unique to Healthcare. Mobile applications and the cloud are not limited by physical boarders, so they really need to look at the world. There is some strong discussion going on at HL7 around privacy concerns, especially now that HL7 FHIR has enabled easy application writing.

Many digital health solutions lack evidence: How physicians can help


Technology makes this an exciting time for health care. Not only are technological advances making health care better, they’re also making it more affordable. Tech Cardiology Mobile health Pulmonology

Self-Care is Healthcare for Everyday People

Health Populi

Patients are the new healthcare payors, and as such, taking on the role of health consumers. In fact, health and wellness consumers have existed since a person purchased the first toothpaste, aspirin, heating pad, and moisturizing cream at retail.

Reducing Readmission Rates By Up To 30% With Mobile Health Technology


Mobile Prep and RecoveryImproving outcomes and avoiding costly readmissions is at the top of most healthcare leaders’ agendas. The focus on these topics is of particular importance given the advent of programs such as the Hospital Readmission Reduction program.

The Social Determinants of Food for Health, Farms, and the Economy

Health Populi

on several dimensions: diet and health outcomes, farming as an industry and economic engine, and social determinants, along with seven other categories. The “green” states are those that rank higher for health, and the orange are those that rank low.

Why more physicians should enter industry


Attend any biotech or health informatics conference and one thing becomes clear: the scarcity of physicians. Certainly, inculcating these dynamic players in the health care space is integral to the successful evolvement. Tech Mobile health Practice Management

How telemedicine will revolutionize primary care


It has become more and more evident with time that the health care delivery system here in the United States is riddled with issues. In many ways, the system seems to step on its own feet — as the health care professionals working within it fight to make it work.

Look to online dating for the future of telemedicine


Tech Health IT Mobile health Primary CareOnline dating is all the rage these days. Statistics suggest that over a third of couples now meet online.

Building Trust and Truth in Patient Social Networks

Health Populi

” Trust and truth underpin health engagement, we learned in the first Edelman Health Engagement Barometer launched ten years ago. Social networks are useful in health care delivery, virtually all healthcare stakeholders agreed.

How to create an app as a physician


Tech Mobile health Practice Management“There’s an app for that.” The phrase became so popular with the advent of smartphones that Apple even trademarked it. There are currently 3.8 million apps available on Android devices and over 2 million available to Apple iPhone users.

Nudging Patients to Use EHRs: Moving Toward a Tipping Point for Consumer Health IT

Health Populi

patients were offered online access to their health records by providers or insurers, and one-half of them accessed the EHR at least once in the last year. So why don’t patients use online health records yet? Half of U.S.

An old technique to detect atrial fibrillation via smartphone


When I was a cardiology fellow back in the 1980s, I learned about a variety of early tools for evaluating heart health that had been displaced by the modern standards of electrocardiography (ECG, or EKG for the Deutschephiles) and echocardiography. Tech Cardiology Mobile health

A Hippocratic Oath for technology


Tech Mobile health Primary CareModern technology needs to do better. This is the message delivered by every CEO after every Silicon Valley scandal in recent memory. This time, they should really do it. Medicine can show them how.

The role of telemedicine in monitoring blood pressure


Tech Cardiology Mobile healthHypertension, or high blood pressure, is a leading cause of heart disease and stroke that has escalated to alarming rates in recent years, affecting nearly 1 in 3 adults in the U.S.

Heart-Love – Omron’s Holy Grail of Blood Pressure Tracking on the Wrist

Health Populi

It’s February 1st, which marks the first of 28 days of American Heart Month – a time to get real, embrace, learn about, and engage with heart health. That hasn’t yet been available to those of us who quantify our steps, weight, sleep, food intake, and other health metrics.

The Digital Health Consumer According to Rock Health

Health Populi

Looking for health information online is just part of being a normal, mainstream health consumer, according to the third Rock Health Digital Health Consumer Adoption Survey published this week. adults were online health information hunters.

What the Latest Pew Consumer Data Means for #HIMSS18

Health Populi

Health Populi’s Hot Points : Health is social: isolation is a social determinant for ill health. The obvious pearl is that not all social networks fit all people: when you’re a marketing a health care service or product, know your end-user’s media preferences.

The biggest innovation in health is here. And you’re probably using it.


Health care is obsessed with new technology. Yet, one of the best examples of health care technologies is also one of its oldest — instant messaging. Tech Mobile health Primary Care

From Bathroom to Bedroom: Insights from CES 2018

The cHealth Blog

CES is always a bit of a phenomena and I, like many others, carefully follow the news and trends in consumer health technology being showcased in Vegas. I am especially interested in how some of the newest technologies might impact our work, and seeing how connected health tools are evolving.

How One Hospital System Baked Love Into Their Health App

Health Populi

On July 18, 2017, Neil Gomes, Chief Digital Officer at Thomas Jefferson University and Jefferson Health in Philadelphia, tweeted this: When I saw this tweet, I was especially struck by Gomes’s phrase, “Designed & developed with heart/love by my @DICEGRP.”


Telemedicine can increase access to medical abortions


Telemedicine has created an environment where patient convenience paired with reduced costs and increased efficiencies have made a better health care experience for both patients and physicians. Tech Mobile health OB/GYN

#Engage4Health: How Patients Are Morphing Into Healthcare Consumers, for #HIMSS18

Health Populi

This blog appears today as part of a #HIMSS18 primer series for attendees, and the industry at large, to discuss major health IT issues that will help move health and healthcare delivery forward in 2018 – and beyond.

Will Pre-Cert Increase the Advantage of Big Companies? (UPDATE)

Medical Connectivity

The impact of FDA's digital health Pre-Cert program has yet to be fully seen. Mobile Health Standards & RegulatoryThere is much debate about the relative advantages of big vs small companies on the development side of the device/product equation.

Will Pre-Cert Increase the Advantage of Big Companies?

Medical Connectivity

The Digital Health Precertification (Pre-Cert) Program is supposed to address the regulatory burden in the software arena by “looking first at the software developer and/or digital health technology developer, rather than primarily at the product”.

Coming Soon… The New Mobile Age

The cHealth Blog

This is gratifying personally, but also brings in new audience members and broadens the discussion about connected health. Given the warm reception The Internet of Healthy Things received, I have also been working on a new book which we’ll release this fall at the Connected Health Conference.

How Stepping Up to Transform Mobile Medical Care around the Country Makes the Biggest Change in Wellness of Public Health

KB Dental Consulting

Mobile health is opening new opportunities for communication between patients and healthcare medical providers. Mobile medical health is starting to modify the way how health care is delivered and also received. Mobile medical clinics have a long way to go.

Our 2018 Health IT Wish List

HiTech Answers

By Mobile Health Matters - The healthcare IT industry enters 2018 with a lot of potential, along with the need to overcome structures that have historically stunted progress. What is on our health IT wish list? The post Our 2018 Health IT Wish List appeared first on HITECH Answers: Meaningful Use, EHR, HIPAA News. Health Information Technology AirStrip Angela Pierce Aparna Bala Health IT Innovation Interoperability Mobile Health Matters Nancy Pratt

Three Ways Technology Can Address Healthcare’s Growing Pains

HiTech Answers

We have already seen digital health solutions that promise to transform patient care in our lifetime. Health Information Technology AirStrip care coordination Mobile Health Matters Nancy Pratt teleheathBy Nancy Pratt - Science and medicine continue to advance at an astonishing rate thanks to technological innovation. The post Three Ways Technology Can Address Healthcare’s Growing Pains appeared first on HITECH Answers: Meaningful Use, EHR, HIPAA News.