Healthcare insurers need to use mobility and other technologies to engage individual policy consumers in a post-healthcare reform environment, advises a new IDC Health Insights report.
Elderly patients who need help remembering their medication may soon need to look no further than their tablet.
Here are six factors that distinguish successful mHealth app publishers from less successful firms.
Mobile applications that monitor mental health and mood would be welcomed by most psychiatric outpatients, according to a survey of 100 patients at a Massachusetts clinic.
Monitoring services are expected to fuel growth in the mobile health market, which Grand View Research forecasts will reach $49.1 billion by 2020, up from $1.95 billion in 2012.
Mobile health will be a top area of growth in the healthcare market next year, according to a survey of 1,835 healthcare executives conducted by Frost & Sullivan.
The increasing processing power of the smartphone has given rise to innovations in how smartphone apps can bring about new business models in the mHealth sector. mHealth, in combination with the mFitness segment, has created new services and ways of addressing the healthcare industry needs. It has been largely acknowledged that significant cost savings in the health sector can be made if successful mHealth business models are developed.
The combination of smartphones and mobile health applications and devices are fueling a rapid increase in mHealth services, according to Juniper Research.
The use of mobile technology in healthcare, known as mHealth, could lower the total annual per capita EU healthcare costs by 18 percent and reduce care costs for chronic conditions by 30 percent.
Physician tablet adoption for professional purposes has reached 62 percent, nearly double the percentage from 2011, according to " Taking the Pulse U.S. 2012," Manhattan Research's annual research study of physician use of digital technologies.