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A new report predicts that, by 2020, shipments of smart clothing will reach more than 10.2 million units annually and body sensor shipments will hit 3.1 million units every year.


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Fierce Mobile Healthcare's Judy Mottl discuses the inadequate investments in mobile computing and communications by hospitals. A study revealed that inefficient communications in critical clinical workflow costs the average U.S.-based hospital $1.75 milli…


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A new online survey by Harris Poll suggests that patients are more open to online Doctor visits than previously thought.


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Here is where brands and agencies can really make a difference; Introducing ‘Look At Me’ an app from Samsung, that is scientifically designed, tested and proven to help children with Autism learn to make eye-contact with their family and friends.


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Developing countries don't have the high-tech equipment needed to quickly diagnose the disease, but they do have millions of cellphones. One UCLA professor has a way to turn those phones into diagnostic centers.


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Acceptance and use of mHealth devices for medical care by doctors and patients varies given age and education levels, according to a research report from Hannover Medical School in Germany, which examined how medical staff and patients perceive mHealth de…


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As health care smartphone accessory sales expected to exceed $3 billion by 2019; Health care focused smartphone interfaces launched by Samsung and Apple will be instrumental in propelling the global health care accessory hardware market.


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The digital health-monitoring market is the latest variation on a much-heard tune: another area of business where Apple, Google, Samsung Electronics and even Microsoft are turning the status quo on its head.The market of wearable bands, sensors and platfo…


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Gabriel Perna of Healthcare Informatics writes of a mobile health (mHealth) app that can help clinicians detect early signs of glaucoma, according to new research.


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Pagers are becoming more outdated as mobile technology improves and advances. Judy Mottl writes about mobile devices improving hospital infrastructures and how nurses can use them to save lives.


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A Juniper Research report argues new smartphone interfaces are going to be instrumental to the future of mHealth. The mobile health app market is predicted to expand greatly over the next five years. How long will it be before mobile devices become mainst…


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Mobile technology is advancing in leaps and bounds.Soon your phone could help diagnose rare diseases like Ebola, finds David Robson – and one day it might even replace the doctor’s surgery too.


Closing The Gaps In Mobile Health

Posted: Oct 08, 2014
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In this post for TechCrunch by IBM's Dan Pelino discusses the future of clinical apps. Apple and IBM have big plans to integrate their apps with existing infrastructures to help doctors, nurses and other clinicians better manage their patients’ health iss…


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Tablets aren't merely novel and fun. With guidance from creative teachers, they are helping to deepen engagement, communication, and creativity. For a growing number of special education students tablets and their apps are proving transformative. On the s…


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If you have young children, you’ve most likely endured caring for an ear infection or two. Or perhaps you’ve experienced a mysterious rash. Those situations generally mean a trip to the doctor’s office and time away from your job, if you work outside the …


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