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How Could Remote Monitoring Serve the Intensive Care Unit?

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Treatment of patients in intensive care units (ICUs) makes up about one third of all hospital costs in the US. These patients are sick. They’re running IVs, ventilators, monitors, and procedures that are not found on a Med-Surg floor. And...

Mobile Health Technology Expands with Wearable Devices

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One area within mobile health technology that’s truly expanding and impacting the medical sector is wearable devices.  A new report from market intelligence firm Tractica shows that wearable devices may move into smart clothing and...

Does the Mobile Health Sector Need More Safety Standards?

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While the mobile health sector continues to blossom and innovate more wearable and medical devices, physicians and patients show concern regarding some of the safety standards among mHealth applications and developments. Anura Fernando, Principal...

Medical Device and Mobile Health Market to Reach $8 billion

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The mobile health market is making headway and many industries around the world are stopping to take notice. At the CARTES SECURE CONNEXIONS AMERICA 2015 taking place at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center in Washington, DC next month,...

Wearable Device Adoption Revolutionizes Patient Monitoring

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Wearable device adoption has been on the rise within the mobile health sphere and this development has been revolutionizing remote monitoring and patient engagement across the medical care continuum. Andy Daecher, Principal at Deloitte Consulting,...

Mobile Healthcare Market Expected to Grow 47 Percent by 2020

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The mobile healthcare market is expected to continue growing over the coming years, as the use of iPads, smartphones, blood pressure cuffs, heart rate monitors, and other remote monitoring devices continues to gain popularity. The market research...

Remote Monitoring Shows Short-Term Gains for Heart Failure

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A telemonitoring program for heart failure saw short-term benefits for participating patients although it had negligible effects in the long-term, according to a recent study in the Journal of Medical Internet Research. A team of researchers...

mHealth Devices like Apple Watch Monitor Chronic Conditions

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There are a variety of new mHealth devices available for patients and physicians alike. Smartphones, tablets, smart glasses, and the smart watch are some of the biggest developments. New Orleans-based Ochsner Health System recently announced...

Mobile Health Technology Transformed through Wearables

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At the 2015 HIMSS Annual Conference and Exhibition that took place in Chicago last week, the HIMSS Mobile Technology Survey showed that the health IT sector was integrating mobile health technology in more comprehensive and all-encompassing approaches....

Mobile Healthcare App Enables Prenatal Monitoring

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The mobile healthcare sector has a wide variety of innovations including new solutions for patient monitoring such as overseeing those with cardiovascular conditions and other serious illnesses. The AirStrip ONE® enterprise mobility...

96 Percent of Patients Think mHealth will Improve Life

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At the HIMSS15 Annual Conference and Exhibition, mobile health will take center stage, as healthcare IT experts will discuss the impacts of mobile health on costs as well as the quality and delivery of care.  Participants will be able to...

Remote Monitoring Pushing Healthcare IoT Trends

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The Internet of Things increased use of remote monitoring technology in the healthcare market. One of the major side-effects of the growing use of mobile devices in healthcare is the demand for connected devices. The draw of mobility is the ability...

Why Accuracy is Important for Remote Monitoring

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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...

Remote Monitoring Works In and Out of the Hospital

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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

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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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