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Mobile Health Monitors Making a Big Impact in India

Mobile Health Monitors Making a Big Impact in India | M-HEALTH  By PHARMAGEEK | Scoop.it
As consumers across India grow more familiar and comfortable with mobile communications devices like smartphones and tablets, a logical consequence of that

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M HEALTH...and Mobile marketing - Mobile, Ipad and Apps.. #mhealth #ehealth #healthapps
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Survey: Doctors and Patients See Benefits in Mobile Apps

Survey: Doctors and Patients See Benefits in Mobile Apps | M-HEALTH  By PHARMAGEEK | Scoop.it
Healthcare Informatics Magazine | Health IT | Information Technology,Health care information technology & IT strategy news for CIOs, CMIOs & clinical informaticists. Learn about EMR EHR, ARRA HITECH, wireless technologies & meaningful use policy.

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Les applications santé : quelle réglementation pour quelle responsabilité ? - Connected Doctors

Les applications santé : quelle réglementation pour quelle responsabilité ? - Connected Doctors | M-HEALTH  By PHARMAGEEK | Scoop.it
LE STATUT FRONTIÈRE  APPLICATION BIEN-ÊTRE / DISPOSITIF SANTÉ MOBILE Les difficultés de qualification Les applications désignées comme « de santé » par les plateformes (AppleStore, Google, etc.) n’ont en réalité pas de régime juridique propre. Elles peuvent dans certains cas être de véritables dispositifs médicaux soumis à ce titre à une exigence de certification de conformité (marquage CE) et au contrôle de ...

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Acceptance Factors of Mobile Apps for Diabetes by Patients Aged 50 or Older: A Qualitative Study #mhealth #hcsmeu

Acceptance Factors of Mobile Apps for Diabetes by Patients Aged 50 or Older: A Qualitative Study #mhealth #hcsmeu | M-HEALTH  By PHARMAGEEK | Scoop.it
A lack of additional benefits and ease of use emerged as the key factors for the acceptance of diabetes apps among patients aged 50 or older

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Smartphones set to boost large-scale health studies

Smartphones set to boost large-scale health studies | M-HEALTH  By PHARMAGEEK | Scoop.it
On 9 March, Apple launched ResearchKit, an iPhone-based platform that researchers can use to design and administer app-based studies. The company, headquartered in Cupertino, California, debuted the first five apps built with ResearchKit, which are designed to study asthma, breast cancer, cardiovascular health, diabetes and Parkinson's disease. ResearchKit will be made available as an open-source framework for other app developers in April.

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KAIST Makes Platform for Integrating Mobile Health Care Techs

KAIST Makes Platform for Integrating Mobile Health Care Techs | M-HEALTH  By PHARMAGEEK | Scoop.it
The Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST) has built a platform that combines mobile and health care technologies, and will test its mobile health care service with 100 students.  KAIST announced on March 12 that it has...

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M-Santé: MediSafe, une application mobile pour l'observance thérapeutique.

M-Santé: MediSafe, une application mobile pour l'observance thérapeutique. | M-HEALTH  By PHARMAGEEK | Scoop.it
MediSafe est une application smartphone qui aide les patients à ne pas oublier de prendre leur traitement médicamenteux. #santéconnectée #m-santé

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Quels sont les apps les plus rentables en 2014? - Marketing mobile

Quels sont les apps les plus rentables en 2014? - Marketing mobile | M-HEALTH  By PHARMAGEEK | Scoop.it
Qui gagne de l'argent sur le mobile? Avec la bascule des usages, il est légitime de se poser cette question. Les apps de jeux bien sur, mais combien? Qui?

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MMA France's curator insight, March 17, 7:22 PM

Un excellent aperçu de ce que les applis mobiles génèrent en matière de revenus, pour les éditeurs de jeux mais aussi pour tous les autres acteurs !

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Conference e-Santé 2015 - CCM Benchmark

Conference e-Santé 2015 - CCM Benchmark | M-HEALTH  By PHARMAGEEK | Scoop.it
Nouveaux entrants, évolution des modèles économiques, objets connectés et big data... Les acteurs historiques de la santé sont confrontés à de nouveaux défis. Comment mènent-ils leur transformation digitale ? Quels axes de diversification et de croissance développent-ils ? Quels écosystèmes bâtissent-ils ? Comment insufflent-ils de l'innovation en leur sein ?
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The Smartphone Is The Platform For The Digital Health Stack

The Smartphone Is The Platform For The Digital Health Stack | M-HEALTH  By PHARMAGEEK | Scoop.it

Smartphones are eating the digital health world and making mHealth irrelevant.

“Mobile is eating the world” says Andreessen Horowitz’s Benedict Evans in his epic presentation deck of the same name, where he outlines the rapid growth of the mobile industry in 45 slides. More specifically, however, Evans means the ‘smartphone industry’ is eating the world since slide 7 of said deck clearly states that by 2020 80% of all adults on earth will own a smartphone.

While these powerful computers that we carry with us all day and check on average 110 times each day aren’t exactly eating us, they are fundamentally changing society and industries (including health) in many new ways.


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Take the survey #mhealth #hcsmeu #hcsmeufr mHealth App Developer Economics 2015

For the 5th consecutive year research2guidance in collaboration with HIMSS are conducting the largest global mHealth study to uncover the current status and trends of the mHealth app market. Share your opinion about the mHealth market by participating in our survey!
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Pharma Marketing Blog: FDA Develops a Mobile App for Reporting Drug Shortages. But Wouldn't an App for Adverse Events Better Fit the Agency's Mission?

Pharma Marketing Blog: FDA Develops a Mobile App for Reporting Drug Shortages. But Wouldn't an App for Adverse Events Better Fit the Agency's Mission? | M-HEALTH  By PHARMAGEEK | Scoop.it

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TESSI : application mobile pour le Traitement Et Suivi de Santé Individualisés

TESSI : application mobile pour le Traitement Et Suivi de Santé Individualisés | M-HEALTH  By PHARMAGEEK | Scoop.it
Le laboratoire Arrow Génériques lance une application mobile pour le suivi de données de santé et de bien-être : TESSI. Découverte. Pour permettre de suivre au quotidien ses données bien-être tels ...

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Review: Most text message health interventions were effective | mobihealthnews

Review: Most text message health interventions were effective | mobihealthnews | M-HEALTH  By PHARMAGEEK | Scoop.it

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NutriDial : application mobile pour les patients sous dialyse #hcsmeufr

NutriDial : application mobile pour les patients sous dialyse #hcsmeufr | M-HEALTH  By PHARMAGEEK | Scoop.it

sA l’occasion de la Journée Mondiale du Rein,  le laboratoire Sanofi a lancé une application mobile pour les patients sous dialyse : NutriDial


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Romain DEFOY's curator insight, March 23, 5:31 AM

Cette application permet d’évaluer la teneur en phosphore, potassium et sodium des aliments consommés, d’obtenir un suivi personnalisé des objectifs de consommation quotidienne de protéines, de suivre tout au long de la journée ces paramètres,d’utiliser la rubrique « Favoris » pour les aliments consommés régulièrement et de disposer d’informations utiles à la gestion du quotidien dans la rubrique « Astuces et + ».

Elle s’adresse également aux professionnels de santé en permettant d’échanger avec les patients dialysés de façon interactive autour de la nutrition, et d’améliorer ainsi leur suivi diététique.

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mHealth app ideal for breast cancer risk assessment, prevention - Medical Xpress

mHealth app ideal for breast cancer risk assessment, prevention - Medical Xpress | M-HEALTH  By PHARMAGEEK | Scoop.it
Interviewing women at a breast-imaging center in an urban safety net institution before and after they used a 'mHealth' mobile health app on a tablet, Elissa Ozanne, PhD from Dartmouth's Norris Cotton Cancer Center and colleagues concluded that...

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Survey: 46 percent of clinicians plan to use health apps in practices by 2020 | mobihealthnews

Survey: 46 percent of clinicians plan to use health apps in practices by 2020 | mobihealthnews | M-HEALTH  By PHARMAGEEK | Scoop.it

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This is very interesting as in this digital age, there truly is an app for almost anything. I can see the benefits of health providers using such apps to track and maintain information.
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Questioning the Value of Health Apps

Questioning the Value of Health Apps | M-HEALTH  By PHARMAGEEK | Scoop.it

oMore than 100,000 apps claim to help consumers track their conditions. That doesn’t mean they are all accurate.


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Sanofi lance une application mobile pour les patients sous dialyse

A l’occasion de la Journée Mondiale du Rein, Sanofi vient de lancer l’application mobile NutriDial pour les patients sous dialyse.

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Le téléphone mobile contre ebola

Le téléphone mobile contre ebola | M-HEALTH  By PHARMAGEEK | Scoop.it
Pour lutter contre ébola, véritable fléau depuis la nouvelle épidémie de l'an dernier, les applications mobiles peuvent contribuer à la lutte. Un cas concret.

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Is Pharma Falling Short In mHealth? | Health IT Central

Is Pharma Falling Short In mHealth? | Health IT Central | M-HEALTH  By PHARMAGEEK | Scoop.it

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Creative Review: Your health in your hands

Creative Review: Your health in your hands | M-HEALTH  By PHARMAGEEK | Scoop.it
The best in visual communication

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Health app developers face their biggest obstacle: Privacy regulations | VentureBeat | Health | by Evan Schuman

Health app developers face their biggest obstacle: Privacy regulations | VentureBeat | Health | by Evan Schuman | M-HEALTH  By PHARMAGEEK | Scoop.it
Mobile apps for health care have broken new ground in monitoring, diagnosis, and treatment. Next week, some of the most advanced will be highlighted at the SXSW Accelerator competition.

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Health app developers face their biggest obstacle: Privacy regulations | VentureBeat | Health | by Evan Schuman #DIDweknowit  #Deerwalkinc #venturebeat
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4 KEY TRENDS IN MOBILE HEALTHCARE TECHNOLOGY

4 KEY TRENDS IN MOBILE HEALTHCARE TECHNOLOGY | M-HEALTH  By PHARMAGEEK | Scoop.it

We are moving into an era of mobile only vs mobile first. I think of how I operate 95% of the time with just my mobile smartphone and a tablet while using a laptop or a desktop occasionally. Now I know there are some people that cannot accomplish their work on their smartphone or tablet; but, as healthcare is shifting towards a retail model mindset, it is the expectation of the consumers/patients and providers. Currently, 73% of healthcare providers are using some form of mobile health while 18% are hoping to incorporate mobile health as part of their delivery method (survey from Modern Healthcare).

Here are the 4 trends in healthcare as we move towards a mobile only platform

Smartphones on the rise as the device of choice:

In a survey by GlobalWebIndex, 80% of the folks surveyed globally own a smartphone. If you look at the number of physicians surveyed in 2012 by Booz & Company, 85% use or own a smartphone. I would not be surprised if that percentage is even higher. Let’s think about all of the grandparents that we originally thought would have problems using technology; guess what, they are all using it now to Skype with the grandkids or using Facebook to keep in touch with family and friends. With the generation gap in technology adoption a non-issue anymore, mobile will be the platform of choice with the smartphone as the main access device.

Mobile Health Apps:

Mobile health applications are growing at a tremendous rate. In 2012, there were about 44M mobile health apps in the market with a projection of 144M mobile health apps by 2016 (Juniper Research). That projection is on target since according to the latest stat, there are currently about 100M mobile health apps on the market. CapGemini estimates that 4M mobile apps are downloaded daily. Consumers are downloading mobile apps from symptom checkers to fitness tracking and monitoring. The providers and healthcare system, on the other hand, are creating mobile apps to increase patient engagement, to allow for patient access to their medical information, to e-mail their physician’s office, request appointments, view test results, pay bills, and the list goes on.

Wearable Technology:

Wearable technology is becoming popular and it is becoming part of people’s daily routine. This revolutionary technology will empower patients, doctors, and the clinical staff. As we move towards big data in the enterprises, let’s also keep in mind the data that we will have on our health. We see Fitbit on wrists everywhere to track steps and fitness activities; in addition, we are seeing the rise of trackers to track sleep patterns, calorie food intake, blood pressure, and many others. This is just the beginning as we progress and have data that will allow us to be proactive in our health, with the goal of having relevant data so that individuals can take action.

Telemedicine

Virtual medical consultation will be the preferred route for medical treatment in the future. Telehealth, which allows patients to connect with doctors using mobile devices and video chat, is gaining traction as a cost-effective way for patients to receive care and will completely change our view of the traditional doctor’s visit. As technology in telemedicine expands, it will allow us to effectively perform the following:

Monitor and treat patients with chronic conditionsConnect rural parts of the world to provide careRemote ICU monitoring

Mobile healthcare is clearly on the rise and it will be the platform of choice between the provider and the patient. Pew Research conducted a survey in 2010 for the United States and at that time at least four out of five adults own a smartphone aka mini-computer. I expect that number to be higher in 2015 with an upward trajectory. I believe that healthcare will be moving towards a retail model where the consumers have increased mobile transactions and mobile will be the platform of choice. Healthcare will follow as the consumer expects the same level of service with healthcare transactions.


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Consumer mHealth App or Regulated Medical Device? | MDDI Medical Device and Diagnostic Industry News Products and Suppliers

Consumer mHealth App or Regulated Medical Device? | MDDI Medical Device and Diagnostic Industry News Products and Suppliers | M-HEALTH  By PHARMAGEEK | Scoop.it

The line between consumer a consumer mHealth app and a regulated medical device comes down to what kind of user data is being collected and how it’s being used. Reade Harpham When is an app more than an app?


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