Alors que toutes les marques veulent leur application, de plus en plus d'utilisateurs de smartphones se concentrent sur seulement quelques applis et suppriment rapidement les autres. Pour proposer des applis vraiment utiles les marques doivent travailler avec les concepteurs et ce sur la durée.
mPower, a Parkinson’s disease (PD) iPhone app developed by Sage Bionetworks and a team of neurologists at the University of Rochester Medical Center (URMC), marked the first year of its release by being highlighted in Apple Inc.’s “Loop You In” special product launch event on March 21, 2016.sagelogoCoinciding with the event, Sage Bionetworks, a Seattle-based nonprofit biomedical research organization, released an updated version of its mPower (Mobile Parkinson’s Observatory for Worldwide, Evidence-based Research) app with an improved user interface and enhanced functionality based on user feedback. Sage also announced that mPower will be the first app incorporated into a new Apple platform called CareKit, making the mPower app an even more valuable tool in keeping Parkinson’s patients better informed about their symptoms and care status, and as a data collecting medium for clinical studies should the user wish to participate.
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More than 60% of smartphone users used their mobile device to search for information about a health condition, according to Pew Research Center. The analysts at eMarketer have forecast that pharma digital ad spending will rise to $2.55 billion by 2019. This growing evolution in digital applications to monitor and improve health sets the foundation for new strategies in pharma marketing. Both physicians and patients are heavy users of mobile, and a new challenge arises when the industry shifts its focus to messaging targeting patients. Marketers now need to learn how to create a meaningful digital experience for patient-consumers.
Medisafe, a personalized medication management platform with nearly three million patient and caregiver users has unveiled its new ‘Import from Pharmacy’ feature.
The new “import from pharmacy” feature enables consumers to auto-populate medications from tens of thousands of pharmacy locations including Walgreens, CVS and Rite-Aid directly into the Medisafe app.
The new feature tackles a vexing consumer health challenge – integrating personal health information from multiple data sources that otherwise lack compatibility.
Available initially on Medisafe’s Android app with support for iOS to follow in the coming weeks, ‘Import from Pharmacy’ connects to online pharmacy websites holding more than 40% of United States prescriptions at nearly 60% of the nation’s pharmacy locations.
The functionality greatly reduces the time and effort needed for people to start managing their prescriptions, as well as the potential for error related to manual entry. With medications and schedules in the app, Medisafe users can easily follow prescribed regimens, decreasing the potential for missed doses and refills.
Sur les 4000 applications santé/bien-être disponibles au téléchargement en France et près de 165.000 dans le monde, certaines donnent de précieux conseils pour les voyageurs. Numéros de téléphone utiles, premiers secours, état sanitair
Discuter avec un médecin virtuel dans une ambulance, transporter notre dossier médical dans un smartphone… L’univers de l’e-Santé entre dans sa phase 2.0. Et depuis 2002, les données du patient lui appartiennent.
You’re developing a health app for mobile devices and you want to know which federal laws apply. Check out this interactive tool.
WHAT ARE THE LAWS? Does your mobile app collect, create, or share consumer information? Does it diagnose or treat a disease or health condition? Then this tool will help you figure out which – and it may be more than one – federal laws apply. It’s not meant to be legal advice about all of your compliance obligations, but it will give you a snapshot of a few important laws and regulations from three federal agencies.
Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA)
Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act (FD&C Act)
Federal Trade Commission Act (FTC Act)
FTC’s Health Breach Notification Rule
WHICH LAWS APPLY TO YOUR MOBILE HEALTH APP? Go here.
The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has released a new interactive tool on its website, with help from the Office of National Coordinator for Health Information Technology (ONC), Office for Civil Rights (OCR) and the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), to help health app developers to determine whether certain r
From taxicabs to hotels, some of the oldest areas of economic activity in the world have been upended by mobile apps like Uber and Airbnb. Healthcare, on the other hand, another industry that traces its roots to ancient times, has remained
Cardiac rehabilitation patients who used a health app lost more weight following a heart attack than those who went through cardiac rehabilitation without one, according to a small Mayo Clinic studythat will be presented at the American College of Cardiology's 65th Annual Scientific Session in Chicago next week.
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