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MHealth apps access hidden mobile data to improve patient care

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When mHealth apps access more than just patient-entered data in a mobile device, the mix could provide deeper, more powerful clinical data analytics.

 

Mobile apps such as Daily Carb, Glucose Buddy, SkinKeeper, Pregnancy Tracker and Fitbit have been popular in the consumer market. These apps are making a difference in patient health, empowering the self-tracking of important health-specific, dietary and fitness data.

 

Healthcare professionals also are seeing the potential that mHealth apps have in helping patients improve outcomes. Currently apps are designed to specifically capture a limited number of data elements. Patients enter the data points manually, or they are captured through a sensory device such as a glucose level reader. But how far can data mining, social media and patient engagement push the clinical relationship?

 

An emerging generation of mHealth apps is using more than just patient-entered data to monitor health. For example, Ginger.io collects and analyzes hidden data such as messaging logs onboard a mobile device to help better understand patients. The company's website explains that the concept is to mine iOS or Android data to monitor user behavior and identify changes to the user's health -- information that can be pushed to a healthcare provider who might need to step in.

 

There is clearly a significant amount of data analysis and calculation happening in the background of such an app. Enabling these processes requires review of the data to identify any discrepancies. In conjunction with that, the app prompts users with a survey to capture specific data points.

 

Having sensory data and other insights -- such as mood and mental state -- can provide a wealth of information for data scientists.

This approach may prove to be a much more comprehensive one.

 

By monitoring active and passive patient data on a daily basis, both patients and providers can discover significant changes in behaviors and create much closer relationships. Furthermore, it's likely that social media sites could end up becoming a valid data source for monitoring an individual's activities and moods.

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Techverze is the leader in Tibco BW Online Training, Tibco Business Works is a XSLT processing engine with lots of connectivity components called Starters.

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Why Art Lovers Are Turning Towards Buying Paintings Online?

In recent years there are lot of online art galleries have come up across the world who are showcasing and selling Artistic paintings online. Affordable art price, secure funding original authenticity has given new wings ...

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Simple Tips for Setting Up Common PC Annoyances

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Often there are so much little things that become very annoying for a computer user. Even when varied upgradations and package changes if you're still stuck informed UI annoyances and alternative such quirks then it ...
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