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Fitness mHealth Technology Revolutionized by MyBehavior App

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Mobile health tracking apps are the latest thing in mHealth technology, allowing users to keep track of their fitness and nutrition habits. However, many of these apps lack the technology to help users understand aggregated data and give personalized...

Wearable Payment Devices Bring Benefits to Fitness Trackers

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Mobile health technologies and wearable devices are making an impact across the country among consumers, businesses, and medical establishments. One innovative aspect of mobile tools is the proliferation of wearable payment devices, which are...

Cutting Edge mHealth Technology Spurs Wearable Market Growth

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Despite the Apple Watch’s slow start, use of the wearable device is expected to grow, and perhaps be a catalyst for mHealth technology innovation. In an article published by The Guardian, the release of the Apple Watch is not only sparking...

Clinical Documentation via Smart Glasses Improves Care

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The mobile health market has been expanding across the healthcare field with a wide variety of new innovations and devices hitting the market in recent years. Instead of smartphones, there are now wearable devices including smart clothing, smart...

Privacy and Security Vital for Internet of Things Market

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As the digital health space continues to advance throughout the nation and across the globe, more policies and legislation could push forward its advancement in ways that would clearly benefit patient care and population health outcomes. For...

Which Mobile Health Applications Have the Greatest Accuracy?

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With the wide influx of mobile health applications pushed into the market today, it is often difficult to know which apps are useful, accurate, and beneficial among the consumer segment. Since the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has had little...

Mobile Health Movement Revolutionizing Medicine in Australia

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The mobile health movement is spreading across the globe. The United States is not the only one with citizens tied to their smartphones and tablets. Since mobile technologies have spread throughout the world, the mobile health movement is slowly...

Internet of Things Devices Market May Jump 285% by 2020

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The vast amount of advancement in the digital health space has brought about a rise in products in the market as well as certain key challenges such as data privacy concerns. The healthcare industry is focused on improving interoperability among...

Rise of Mobile Health Technology Brings More Data Analysis

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The mobile health technology field has been expanding throughout the entire medical care industry within the United States. With the widespread use of the Internet, laptops, smart phones, and tablets became standard mobile devices to communicate...

50% of Users Unsatisfied with Mobile Health Applications

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Do healthcare providers offer sufficient mobile health applications to connect with their patients? According to a global survey from Kentico Software, there may not be enough capabilities among medical facilities when it comes to patient portals,...

Black Book’s 2015 User Survey Shows Rising Mobile EHR Use

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A recent survey conducted by Black Book, a well-known source for healthcare IT customer satisfaction, gives a look into the growing popularity of mHealth and mobile devices for electronic health records (EHRs). Before announcing drchrono the...

Mobile Clinical Documentation ‘at the Heart’ of Healthcare

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The healthcare industry has been changing drastically in recent years once the meaningful use requirements under the EHR Incentive Programs were passed. EHR implementation and data entry became a standard way of life for physicians and nurses...

The History of Mobile Health: From Cell Phones to Wearables

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The mobile health industry is defined as the generation, accumulation, and exchange of medical information through mobile and wireless tools. Today there are a wide variety of different mobile health devices and applications available to the...

Do Physicians Endorse Mobile Health Applications, Wearables?

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Healthcare providers seem to be more focused on handling medical care services like diagnostics, treatments, and chronic disease management whereas the use of mobile health applications falls by the wayside. While most doctors today use computer...

How Digital Health Devices Benefit Diagnostic Services

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Digital health devices like smartphones, tablets, or wearable technology are revolutionizing the consumer space, as more individuals utilize applications to track their fitness and wellness objectives. Additionally, patients and doctors could...

Mobile Health Market Predicted to Reach $49 Million by 2020

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The mobile health market is continually expanding and evolving, as new devices like wearables and applications are being adopted within the consumer base. The specific industry is predicted to reach more than $49 million by 2020, according to...

Could Wearable Technology Improve Physical Education?

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Wearable technology continues to affect a variety of health-related practices including the prevention of disease and the advancement of fitness and wellness throughout the nation. With the ongoing rise in obesity rates in the developed world,...

Only 15% of Doctors Recommend Mobile Health Apps to Patients

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Wearable devices and mobile health apps may have made an impact in the consumer marketplace, but the healthcare industry is slow to adopt such devices, according to the latest results from a MedPanel survey. The healthcare market research company...

Fitbit Competes in Mobile Health Field: Shares Rise to $30

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The mobile health field owes its significant growth over the last few years to fitness tracking devices and mHealth applications. The Fitbit, in particular, has been growing in popularity, as it measures the distance a person walks or runs as...

Mobile Health Technology Factors May Raise Physician Adoption

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While the mobile health industry continues to impact a large consumer base and many patients have adopted and utilized mHealth apps, clinicians have shown a more inconsistent use of mobile health technology. Currently, mobile health adoption...

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