Mobile Health Market To Exceed $41 Billion By 2023 Health IT Outcomes (press release) The mobile health device market is poised to reach $41.8 billion dollars by 2023, approximately eight times its current value.
“Generally, health is just so heavily regulated. It's just a painful business to be in. It's just not necessarily how I want to spend my time. Even though we do have some health projects, and we'll be doing that to a certain extent. But I think the regulatory burden in the U.S. is so high that think it would dissuade a lot of entrepreneurs.”
The journal article by Hasty et al. published on 1 May 2014 claims that most Wikipedia articles on important medical topics contain a large number of errors. The claim is based on a study of ten articles as they appeared on 25 April 2012. In nine of these the authors noted differences from a peer-reviewed source. The popular press, including the UK’s Daily Mail and BBC News, and the US-based Advisory Board, fueled by interviews with Hasty, has taken this to mean that as much as 90% of Wikipedia's medical content is wrong. However, we found that Hasty et al. used an unvalidated test of content quality and applied it to Wikipedia alone. Additionally, there were significant errors in study design and data analysis, and the authors' conclusions are not supported by the results.
Google Glass is still in its Beta Period meaning many physicians will be have to settle for peer reviews on its practicality in a medical setting. Fortunately, there is no shortage of opinions from those who have experienced the device. Here are six different takes on how Google Glass might impact the healthcare industry:
Apple Corners Health Market with iOS 8 HealthTechZone Out-of-the-box functionality is always a beneficial addition to a mobile device, as people get fed up with confusing interface differences and the advertisements that plague many apps.
Smartphone Innovation Is About Seniors and mHealth. The recent Samsung and Apple announcements about health technology for consumers and developers tell us just how exciting the future is for mobile health solutions.
The Mobile Health Competence Centre is part of the International Competence Centres Program at the Barcelona Mobile World Capital Foundation.
El Mobile Health Competence Centre es parte del Programa de Centros de Competencia Internacionales de la Fundación Barcelona Mobile World Capital.
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According to a recent report from ON World, in the next fives years an estimated 700 million wearable technology devices will ship worldwide, which will make for a $47.4 billion market. The research firm predicts that hardware sales will continue to dominate revenues for the next five years but monitoring services, apps, and subscriptions will have faster growth rates.