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Remote Monitoring

Global mHealth Market to Reach $49.12B by 2020

by Ryan Mcaskill

According to a new forecast, the global mobile health landscape is set to increase by a CAGR of 47.6 percent. The mobile health marketplace is expanding and as smartphones and tablets mature, it is going to gain steam. There are hundreds of millions...

Telehealth Future Continues to Look Bright

by Ryan Mcaskill

Various research points to the growing impact of mobile health and telemedicine strategies in the years ahead. Earlier this week, we recapped several industry forecasts that show the growth potential of the mobile health landscape. Areas like...

Forecasts Point to Strong Mobile Health Expansion

by Ryan Mcaskill

Several reports lay out the expansion possibilities of patient monitoring, telehealth and cloud technology through 2020. There are various ways that the mobile healthcare market is expanding. More technology is hitting the market that caters...

Why Accuracy is Important for Remote Monitoring

by Ryan Mcaskill

Wearable and mobile technology is creating mountains of patient data, but is it actually helpful? The idea of wearable technology in healthcare is simple. Patients wear a device - bracelet, watch, ring, contact lens, special shirt - that has...

Telehealth Market Poised for Multi-Billion Dollar Expansion

by Ryan Mcaskill

Many reports point to a major boom in the telehealth marketplace by the end of the decade which could reach $43.4B. The telehealth marketplace is gaining major steam. There are multiple aspects to the technology that is helping it to take off....

Apple Launches Pilot Program with Top Hospitals

by Ryan Mcaskill

It was discovered that Apple has a pilot program in place with 14 top U.S. hospitals to incorporate the HealthKit API. When it comes to wearable and mobile technology, many industries and trends seem to wait for Apple to weigh in before widely...

Remote Monitoring Works In and Out of the Hospital

by Ryan Mcaskill

Health facilities are using remote monitoring technology to watch patients at home and in the hospital. The use of remote monitoring technology within the healthcare field can take several different forms. One of the more common uses is through...

Remote Monitoring Becoming a Larger Part of Healthcare

by Ryan Mcaskill

The use of remote monitoring technology is growing across the healthcare industry. As mobile devices become more sophisticated, the quality of services available grow and these devices can become main tools in improving the quality of care. Two...

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