There is a great deal of attention being paid to mobile health applications at the moment, especially in the context of wearable technology. For example, Samsung, Apple and even Google, have recently made clear the focus they will place on this exciting intersection of biology, medicine, healthcare and digital technology. However, some statistics suggest 90% of health apps are deleted or not used again after 10 days, so getting it wrong can be a terrible waste of investment. From my experience, there are four key principles that tend to define if an application in healthcare will work, and if it is likely to be used:.
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“The Steth IO is an iPhone case with a difference. It can hear, visualize, and record a heart beat, turning your smartphone into a stethoscope. Impressively, it's the work of a 15 year-old high school student.”
“Since the advent of the smartphone, the mobile health (mHealth) market has been growing steadily into a billion dollar industry and is projected to be $26B by 2017. This means that although there are currently around 17,000 ...”
“In a true show of commitment to innovation, Henry Ford Innovation Institute (HFII) partnered with Health 2.0 for its first annual Health Tech Challenge. The challenge began in October of 2013, with a specific focus on reducing ...”
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