Venture capital continues to pour into startups looking to cash in on the mHealth explosion. From January to August of this year, 50 mobile health companies secured $310 million in VC money compared...
Although disposable body-worn wireless medical sensors have barely begun to see usage in healthcare, research firm ABI is predicting they will rise to prominence very quickly. By 2018, ABI analysts say, disposable Medical Body Area Network (MBAN) sensor shipments will hit 5 million. Previously, ABI reported that 160 million wireless wearable health devices, of which disposable sensors are a sub-category, would ship in 2017.
A new study suggests that mobile health has great potential to increase communication within the homeless patient population, boost preventive care, and ultimately improve health outcomes and lower costs.
For many years there has been a common refrain for mobile health app discovery: There’s no Consumer Reports for health apps. With tens of thousands of health-related smartphone apps, dozens of direct-to-consumer wearable health sensors now available, and various other websites and services — how is the increasingly health-conscious consumer to choose? Or, perhaps, if you believe that digital health tools are a new product category: How do consumers even hear about all these digital health tools in the first place? The discoverability problem is a big one, but there are many new and existing players doing something about it.
Sam Stern's insight:
It's about time the healthcare profession realizes the people the treat are more than patients......they're CONSUMERS. When this happens, the patient/consumer will realize they are in control, just as consumers control all other brands. Hopefully, this will lead to a major shift in how healthcare is delivered.
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