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Three reasons FDA’s enforcement helps mobile health | mobihealthnews

Three reasons FDA’s enforcement helps mobile health | mobihealthnews | Mobile Health News | Scoop.it

As MobiHealthNews reported earlier, this week FDA sent an enforcement letter to the developer of a urinalysis app. This might sound weird, but I believe that’s good news for the mobile health industry.

 


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WellDoc’s BlueStar secures first mobile health reimbursement: This is Big Deal

WellDoc’s BlueStar secures first mobile health reimbursement: This is Big Deal | Mobile Health News | Scoop.it
Big News: WellDoc’s BlueStar secures first mobile health reimbursement http://t.co/S414OEGaaV #mHealth #digitalhealth @MobiHealthNews

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eMedToday's curator insight, June 14, 2013 6:04 AM

This is required for the mobile health industry to get a revenue boost.

 

This morning WellDoc launched a new product, BlueStar, which it says is the first mobile health product to secure reimbursement as a diabetes therapy that will be adjudicated as a pharmacy benefit like other prescription products.

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Vinod Khosla-backed smartphone diagnostic creating portable eye exam raises $2M

Vinod Khosla-backed smartphone diagnostic creating portable eye exam raises $2M | Mobile Health News | Scoop.it
EyeNetra has raised $2 million for a smartphone device that acts as a portable eye exam to improve access to eye care and cut vision impairment in developing countries.
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Digital health funding is up, but growth slows, says Rock Health

Digital health funding is up, but growth slows, says Rock Health | Mobile Health News | Scoop.it
Investors continue to fund digital health startups at a healthy clip, but growth is slowing, reports San Francisco-based startup accelerator Rock Health.
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New mobile technologies, strategies center on business apps

Mobility has changed the way companies do business; IT must deploy mobile efficient technology to end users.
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Upgrading Wireless Networks in the Hospital

Building anefficient, and HIPAA-compliant, wireless network Medical devices,tablets,smartphones andRFIDare forcing hospitalwireless networks open.HIPAAprivacy compliance is harder than ever, however.Here’s how
CIOs can cope.

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Overcoming mobile app user experience design challenges

Overcoming mobile app user experience design challenges | Mobile Health News | Scoop.it
Most organizations do not have employees dedicated to user experience design and outsourcing mobile app development to vendors often leads to miscommunication.
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Latitude 10 Dell tablet takes on iPad's health care stranglehold

While the iPad might have mind share in health care, the Latitude 10 Dell tablet runs native Windows software, adds biometric and smart-card authentication.
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Penn Medicine takes three-pronged approach to BYOD management, security

Penn Medicine takes three-pronged approach to BYOD management, security | Mobile Health News | Scoop.it
Penn Medicine considers best practices for mobile and BYOD management and security in this case study.
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Healthcare Informatics June 2013

Healthcare Informatics June 2013 | Mobile Health News | Scoop.it

Presenting the 2013 version of Healthcare Informatics unique industry offering: the Healthcare Informatics 100, a complication of the top health IT companies based on HIT revenues from the most recent fiscal year

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Call Scheduler Blogs - Adjuvant

Call Scheduler Blogs - Adjuvant | Mobile Health News | Scoop.it
2 weekly and monthly blogs dedicated to doctor scheduling software and oncall.

 

Justin's Blog:  This is a weekly blog about general issues and topics relating to on-call schedule creation for clinics and on-call mangement for hospitals.

 

Amy's Blog:  Covers scheduling and training issues as seen through the eyes of a software trainer. 
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Survey: Docs see tablets as more useful than smartphones

Survey: Docs see tablets as more useful than smartphones | Mobile Health News | Scoop.it
A survey of nearly 1,400 physicians indicates that tablets are of greater use for clinical purposes than smartphones, according to two reports by AmericanEHR Partners, a free online resource founded...
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Understanding ICD-10: Computer Assisted Coding

Understanding ICD-10: Computer Assisted Coding | Mobile Health News | Scoop.it
Providers struggling with the ICD-10 transition – and there are many, many organizations who are – may be looking to technology to help them conquer the obstacles that lie ahead of October 1, 2014.  One of the biggest challenges will be keeping...
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How do we search for health information?

How do we search for health information? | Mobile Health News | Scoop.it
One-third of U.S.adults use the internet as a diagnostic tool (RT @nicolaziady: Younger adults and minorities lead the way with mobile health information search http://t.co/k9khk2IX3K #hcsm)...

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eMedToday's curator insight, July 1, 2013 11:12 PM

How many hospitals have an on line access for health information on their web site.

 

Answer: Almost none

eMedToday's curator insight, July 1, 2013 11:16 PM

Pharma need to understand how they deliver the right infomration to patients. Do they deliver the right information via a mobile app or web site.

eMedToday's curator insight, July 1, 2013 11:29 PM

Again, Pharma need to organize their DTC around disease and incorporate a combined patient and doctor e detailing platform

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Mobile application security best practices to protect corporate data

This tip is about how admins can mitigate the risk of data leaks with good mobile application security practices, including mobile device management and stored data encryption.
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mHealth vendors target payers | Government Health IT

mHealth vendors target payers | Government Health IT | Mobile Health News | Scoop.it
Consumer-facing mHealth solutions may be slow to find favor with physicians, but they're popular in the payer market.
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mHealth market to reach $23.49 billion by 2018

mHealth market to reach $23.49 billion by 2018 | Mobile Health News | Scoop.it
The global mHealth market is predicted to grow from $6.21 billion in revenue in 2013 to $23.49 billion by 2018 at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 30.5 percent over that five-year period, according to a new report from market research firm...
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Four things to keep in mind when developing mobile applications

Employees need apps that help them do their jobs and also hold their interest. Here are four tips on developing mobile apps they'll want to use.
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5 focal points for telehealth efforts

5 focal points for telehealth efforts | Mobile Health News | Scoop.it
Orem, Utah-based research firm KLAS has released a report taking a closer look at the state of telehealth.
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Survey: 1 in 3 Americans favor mobile devices for mHealth

Survey: 1 in 3 Americans favor mobile devices for mHealth | Mobile Health News | Scoop.it
More than one-third of respondents to a Harris Interactive/HealthDay poll said they were "very" or "extremely" interested in using smartphones or tablets to ask their doctors...
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Mobile health handbook: Understanding device security

Mobile health handbook: Understanding device security | Mobile Health News | Scoop.it

Although the transition from paper to electronic took years, the adoption of mobile devices in health care organizations is quickly taking off. But before you begin introducing mobile health into your environment, be sure you’ve balanced the convenience benefits against the security risks. This expert handbook offers essential advice for managing and securing mobile devices in your health care organization.

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Healthcare BYOD: Tips for point-of-care mobile device implementations

Healthcare BYOD: Tips for point-of-care mobile device implementations | Mobile Health News | Scoop.it
Overwhelmed by the complexities of healthcare BYOD implementation, from technology and compliance perspectives? We break it down into manageable steps.
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Mobile health is touted as affordable, but costs still seen as barrier - mobihealthnews

Mobile health is touted as affordable, but costs still seen as barrier - mobihealthnews | Mobile Health News | Scoop.it
mobihealthnews Mobile health is touted as affordable, but costs still seen as barrier mobihealthnews GSMA mHealth The mobile industry's GSM Association recently funded a survey of 2,000 healthcare providers, patients and consumers in four different...
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Global mHealth app services market to reach $26 billion by 2017

Global mHealth app services market to reach $26 billion by 2017 | Mobile Health News | Scoop.it
Within the next four years, the mobile healthcare services market will begin the commercialization phase and reach $26 billion worldwide as smartphone apps enable the mHealth industry to monetize...
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