Mobile is the single most important change in the world since the invention of the internet. Seventy-one percent of adults in the U.S. now own a web-enabled smartphone or other wireless device. Mobile allows for individuals to be connected in real time, on the fly and literally from the palm of their hand. They have the world and its resources at their fingers, making for some of the most empowered buyers and consumers we've experienced to date. Mobile users are empowered to learn, engage and research for themselves without having to wait.
The mobile healthcare space is a busy one, with revenue in 2016 expected to exceed $13.578 billion. Mobile healthcare apps are generally placed in one of eight categories:
General Monitoring Emergency Response Systems Telemedicine Mobile Medical Equipment RFID Tracking Health and Fitness Software Mobile Messaging Electronic Medical Records Like most things technology-related, not everyone agrees with how experts have segmented these mobile health categories.
The infographic below takes an interesting look at some of the negatives that technology can cause if not used in moderation. While I can’t say I necessarily think that technology is ruining our brains, I can certain see some of the points.
De plus en plus plébiscité par les professionnels de santé et les patients, le numérique gagne du terrain dans le domaine médical. Une tendance encouragée par les pouvoirs publics car synonyme de meilleurs soins et d'économies.
Qui sont les personnes âgées qui touchent l'allocation personnalisée d'autonomie ? Quel âge ont-ils, quel est leur degré de dépendance ? Grâce aux données de la Drees, la Gazette Santé Social a fait le portrait-robot des allocataires.
Senior, Personnes Agées & Silver Economie's insight:
Entre 2009 et 2013, le nombre de bénéficiaires de l’Allocation personnalisée d’autonomie (APA) a augmenté de 8%, passant de 1.148.171 à 1.241.434 allocataires...
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