Digital health, wireless health, mhealth, telehealth
Proposed from World Economic Forum: "Digital health harnesses the transformational power of modern information and communication technologies for improving health and healthcare throughout the world." Plus alias terminology.
Submitted by Laurie Orlov on Tue, 12/10/2013 - 09:08
The question to think of is ‘Who’s going to help take care of all those people?’”
Submitted by Laurie Orlov on Tue, 12/10/2013 - 08:30
Living Gartner's hype cycle in one day.
Submitted by Laurie Orlov on Mon, 12/09/2013 - 09:41
They are: a poorly set up team or a startup that isn’t willing to change with technology leads to problems later on.
Submitted by Laurie Orlov on Wed, 12/04/2013 - 10:32
To consider wireless, mobile and digital technologies in healthcare as a way to reduce costs and improve the quality of care.
Submitted by Laurie Orlov on Sat, 11/30/2013 - 17:05
How did we get people to quit smoking? Do you remember the early days when 'Smoking is bad for your health' ads (based on published research) emerged? In the 1960s, 44% of adults smoked. I thought of the research-based ads this week when Pew Research released an enormous report (94 pages) called The Diagnosis Difference, funded by the California Healthcare Foundation. In its many pages, the report makes two key points: 1) People with chronic diseases are less likely to have Internet access than those without chronic diseases --72% versus 89%, thus described as the "17-point difference." 2) Those with chronic diseases who are online use the Internet to find information as well as other people who share their chronic disease(s). And – one more thing – 43% of the 65+ surveyed had two or more chronic conditions. Now you know, but what should you do? >>> Read more . . .
Submitted by Laurie Orlov on Wed, 11/27/2013 - 14:46
Deloitte: The number of app downloads and per app spending decreased 13 percent from 2012 to 2013 in the United States.
Submitted by Laurie Orlov on Wed, 11/27/2013 - 10:08
Panel: mHealth is mobile technology that collects health data and transmits it to a designated location.
Submitted by Laurie Orlov on Mon, 11/25/2013 - 10:59
The markets for wireless sensor networks at $552.4 million in 2012 become very big, very fast reaching $14.6 billion by 2019. Market growth is dependent on emerging technology. As the wireless technology, the solid state battery, the sensor technology, smart phone technology and the energy harvesting technology all become commercialized; these devices will be used to implement wireless sensor networks. The wireless sensor networks markets will be driven by the adoption of 8.5 billion smart phones by 2019, creating demand for apps that depend on sensor networks.
Submitted by Laurie Orlov on Fri, 11/22/2013 - 09:07
WASHINGTON, Nov. 21, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- The 5th Annual mHealth Summit, set to open in three weeks on December 8, will bring together 5,000 health and technology influencers, developers, policy makers and business leaders across the mHealth ecosystem, offering a glimpse at the latest in mobile and wireless health technology developments, policies, apps, systems and startup companies.
Submitted by Laurie Orlov on Thu, 11/21/2013 - 19:45
CloudVisit Telemedicine believe today's seniors stand to benefit a great deal from online healthcare.