Mobile Health Applications

Best Heart Rate Apps That Developers Can Learn From | 8/17/2020

… have helped many patients think about their heart status and cardiovascular health awareness.” As the awareness for better monitoring with mobile applications is rising there has been a substantial increase in the number of mobile health applications . Presently, there are more than 100,000 mobile health apps available for download on iTunes and Google Play. These mobile applications include pulse rate apps and monitors, fitness trackers , atrial fibrillation, and heart rate …

Global Patient Engagement Solutions Market: Growth, Trends and Forecast (2020-2025) - ResearchAndMarkets.com | Business Wire | 8/11/2020

… Topics Covered 1 INTRODUCTION 1.1 Study Deliverables 1.2 Study Assumptions 1.3 Scope of the Study 2 RESEARCH METHODOLOGY 3 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 4 MARKET DYNAMICS 4.1 Market Overview 4.2 Market Drivers 4.2.1 Rising Trend of Mobile Health Applications 4.2.2 Growing Popularity of Patient Engagement Solutions Among the Aging Population 4.2.3 Rising Investments and Technological advancements 4.3 Market Restraints 4.3.1 Protection of Patient Information 4.3.2 Lack of Skilled IT Professionals in the …

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The Efficacy of Mobile Health Applications as Interventions in Overweight and Obese Adults in the United States. | 8/10/2020

… More research must be done on the isolated use of mHealth on weight loss, as many studies included a small population size. Elahi, Niki; Frasso, PhD, CPH, Rosemary; and Leader, Amy, “The Efficacy of Mobile Health Applications as Interventions in Overweight and Obese Adults in the United States.” (2020). Master of Public Health Thesis and Capstone Presentations. Presentation 339.https://jdc.jefferson.edu/mphcapstone_presentation/339 …

Mobile Health Apps: Macroeconomic Trends | 7/29/2020

By GlobalData Thematic Research Share Mobile health applications proved to be essential and promising tools in a fight against the Covid-19 pandemic. Assessment apps using advanced artificial intelligence tools, remote patient monitoring and mobile screening applications helped to alleviate the number of patients being admitted to hospitals, limited risks of respiratory transmission of Covid-19 and provided essential care for the patients with chronic diseases. Listed below are the …

Sony’s mSafety™ Study Finds Nearly 90 Percent of People Surveyed with Chronic Conditions Believe a Remote Health Monitoring Device Could Help Them Better Manage their Health | Business & Finance | heraldchronicle.com | Business Wire | 6/22/2020

… a connected wearable device (wristwatch) and a secure backend solution. mSafety is a B2B solution that provides partners with a ready-made, secure platform on which they can develop and scale their own unique mobile health applications or remote health monitoring solutions — while delivering valuable data to the companies that deploy mSafety. “Chronic conditions cost the U.S. healthcare system $3.1 trillion in 2019, and the burden of ongoing treatment and …

260+ Telehealth Companies to Know | 2020 | Becker’s Hospital Review | 6/22/2020

… on-demand video remote interpreting and documentation translation services, providing access to interpreters of more than 200 languages. ChARM Health (Pleasanton, Calif.). ChARM Health’s platform includes EHR, practice management, revenue cycle management, telehealth and mobile health applications . The company’s telehealth platform supports virtual patient visits. Chetu (Plantation, Fla.). Chetu works with healthcare organizations to ensure their software is compliant with regulatory standards. It offers a host of software development solutions …

Healthcare Gamification Industry to Rise at a CAGR of 50.8% During 2020-2028 | Yahoo News | 6/19/2020

… The Global Healthcare Gamification Market is poised to grow at a CAGR of around 50.8% by 2028. Some of the prominent trends that the market is witnessing are various gamified exercises for older people, mobile health applications have been using game based rewards strategy to encourage drug adherence, some telehealth programs to educate patients and health workers and simulation-based training will be extensively used to train healthcare professionals. This …

Medical Device Security Market to 2027 – GENERAL ELECTRIC, IBM, Battelle Memorial Institute, etc | 6/19/2020

The Medical Device Security Market is expected to grow with a significant rate in the coming years, owing to the factors such as increasing healthcare cyber-attacks and threats; growing adoption rate of connected medical devices by end users; use of mobile health applications /devices (home care); and rising government regulations towards safety of medical devices. Get Sample PDF Copy at https://www.theinsightpartners.com/sample/TIPHE100001399/ There has been a rising …

Global Healthcare Gamification Market Analysis and Outlook to 2028 - ResearchAndMarkets.com | Business Wire | 6/17/2020

… The Global Healthcare Gamification Market is poised to grow at a CAGR of around 50.8% by 2028. Some of the prominent trends that the market is witnessing are various gamified exercises for older people, mobile health applications have been using game based rewards strategy to encourage drug adherence, some telehealth programs to educate patients and health workers and simulation-based training will be extensively used to train healthcare professionals. This …

pCare Partners with Tubi to Make Streaming Service Available to Patients Admitted for COVID-19 to Help Manage Stress and Isolation | PR Newswire | 6/11/2020

… own data. About pCare™ pCare’s interactive patient experience solution helps healthcare providers engage, educate, and entertain patients across the care continuum. The pCare open platform integrates with existing EHR/EMR systems, patient portals, and mobile health applications to connect patients, families and caregivers. Recognized by KLAS as the quality leader in the interactive patient systems category, pCare is the partner leading healthcare organizations trust to improve care quality, patient outcomes …

Popular Health Apps: 8 Insights to Come up With Your Idea | 4/21/2020

… assistance providers as TalkSpace , along with its competitor BetterHelp , state that their new users’ numbers have grown and continue to increase. The coronavirus pandemic has become a game-changer for the healthcare industry. Today’s mobile health applications are on guard to help people get online doctor consultation and therapy, at-home tests, or self-checks. is going to dwell on how digital health apps may save the day. Popular Health …

Mobile technology intervention for weight loss in rural men: protocol for a pilot pragmatic randomised controlled trial | BMJ | 4/15/2020

… levels of physical activity involved in agricultural occupations. 6 However, the mechanisation of agriculture has shifted men’s work roles to more sedentary, technology-driven lifestyles, increasing the likelihood of developing overweight/obesity. 7 8 Mobile health applications such as messaging and other interfaces available via mobile phone have demonstrated improvement in health behaviour change for weight loss among adults, 9–11 and in some hard-to-reach minority populations. 12 …

Effects of using a mobile health application on the health conditions of patients with arterial hypertension: A pilot trial in the context of Brazil’s Family Health Strategy | 4/7/2020

… of patients with AH, since there is a need for solutions that improve the quality of care, which may also contribute to the coverage of treatment and educational actions. Among these technologies, there are mobile health applications (m-Health), the practice of medicine supported by mobile devices 7 . When applied to hypertension treatment, these applications are promising in leading to a significant decrease in blood pressure levels, as well as …

Big Data in Healthcare Market to Witness CAGR of 20% through 2024 | TechSci Research | The Wapakoneta Daily News | 4/1/2020

… healthcare market. Moreover, increasing focus on collecting and analyzing data from different platforms to provide better customer experience is promoting the adoption of big data in healthcare sector. Growing adoption of wearable devices and mobile health applications coupled with the need to manage huge amount of critical information is supporting demand for big data in healthcare market. Additionally, growing pressure to improve patient outcomes and curb healthcare spending is anticipated …

Are COPD self-management mobile applications effective? A systematic review and meta-analysis | 4/1/2020

The burden of chronic to patients and health services is steadily increasing. Self-management supported by mobile device applications could improve outcomes for people with COPD. Our aim was to synthesize evidence on the effectiveness of mobile health applications compared with usual care. A systematic review was conducted to identify randomized controlled trials. Outcomes of interest included exacerbations, physical function, and Quality of Life (QoL). Where possible, outcome data were …

Open Health Network, Mount Sinai Collaborate on Tool for IBD Patient Care to help patients avoid hospital visits, vital during COVID epidemic | PRWeb | 3/31/2020

… Network Open Health Network is using Blockchain and smart contracts to enable consumers to control and monetize their health information. Powered by Artificial Intelligence and Big Data analytics, our platform enables rapid development of mobile health applications and chatbots for patients, healthcare providers, payers and medical researchers. Learn more at https://www.openhealth.cc . About the Mount Sinai Health System The Mount Sinai Health System is New York City’s largest academic medical …

Scholar explores positive potential of mobile health apps | 3/31/2020

… not be painting a complete picture. Some mobile distractions are good, claims John Hunter, a UCI postdoctoral scholar who earned a Ph.D. in psychological science last year. He has unraveled how smartphone interaction and mobile health applications can reduce stress , alleviate health disparities and boost positive emotion . One of Hunter’s most striking findings is that mHealth apps, as they’re called, allow users to obtain the benefits of psychological interventions such …

Charles River Associates (CRA) Announces Vice President Promotions - Business Wire | 3/31/2020

… globally, with particular expertise regarding France. Throughout her career as a consultant, Ms. Matthews has provided her clients with strategic insights into how pricing and market access issues affect pharmaceuticals, medical devices, vaccines, and mobile health applications and how they are best addressed to optimize revenues. Rahul Surana is an expert in disputes related to securities transactions and capital markets and has testified in US and International courts. He has …

Willingness, perceived barriers and motivators in adopting mobile applications for health-related interventions among older adults: a scoping review protocol. | 3/19/2020

… to grow at an unprecedented rate. An ageing population poses a great challenge to our healthcare system that requires new tool to tackle the complexity of health services as well as the increasing expenses. Mobile health applications (mHealth app) is seen to have the potential to address these challenges, alleviating burdens on the healthcare system and enhance the quality of life for older adults. Despite the numerous benefits of mHealth …

Privacy Guidance for Joomla Extensions/de | 3/18/2020

… extension , Cross-CMS Coalition Online Vorlage für Konformitäts-Audits zur Bestimmung des DSGVO- Compliance: https://git.io/fjww3 Papageorgiou A., Strigkos M., Politou E., Alepis E., Solanas S., Patsakis C., Security and privacy analysis of mobile health applications : The alarming state of practice: https://ieeexplore.ieee.org/stamp/stamp.jsp?tp=&arnumber=8272037. This work was supported by the European Commission under the Horizon 2020 Programme (H2020), as part of the OPERANDO project (Grant …

What Kind Of A Mobile Health App Do Patients Truly Want? A Pilot Study Among Ambulatory Surgery Patients | 12/3/2019

… LiSchool of Nursing, Sichuan University, Guoxue Alley No.37, Wuhou District, ChengDu, SiChuan 610041, People’s Republic of ChinaTel +86-15828231215Email [email protected] Background: An increasing number of surgeries are performed as ambulatory surgeries, and mobile health applications (m-health apps) have therefore been designed to help provide patients with more convenient health-care services and improve the working efficiency of health-care professionals (HCPs). To find an effective approach to …

Key Features for Mobile Health Applications | 11/21/2019

Key Features for Mobile Health Applications Reading Time: 3 minutes The use of digital technologies and mobile devices gradually applying to all industries, healthcare is no exception. One of the main areas we should expand our activity is the mobile app market — people are interested in taking care of their health outside hospitals and clinics. Thanks to actual medical software development, we not only provide health-related needs but also …

The Moderating Role Of Top Executives’ Sex, Level Of Education And Knowledge On Adoption Of Mobile Health Applications By Hospitals In Kenya | 11/7/2019

Peer reviewers approved by Dr Justinn Cochran Peer reviewer comments 2 Editor who approved publication: Professor Russell Taichman Bahati Prince Ngongo, Phares Ochola, Joyce Ndegwa, Paul Katuse Chandaria School of Business, United States International University Africa, Nairobi, KenyaCorrespondence: Bahati Prince NgongoUnited States International University Africa, Nairobi, KenyaEmail [email protected] Background: Kenya lags behind other countries in adoption of mobile health (m-health) applications. Understanding factors affecting adoption of m-health …

pCare Partners with Redox to Enhance Health Data Integration | PR Newswire | 11/5/2019

… own data. About pCare™ pCare’s interactive patient experience solution helps healthcare providers engage, educate, and entertain patients across the care continuum. The pCare open platform integrates with existing EHR/EMR systems, patient portals, and mobile health applications to connect patients, families and caregivers. Recognized by KLAS as the quality leader in the interactive patient systems category, pCare is the partner leading healthcare organizations trust to improve care quality, patient outcomes …

The speed of transformation: Preparing for the payment models of tomorrow | Modern Healthcare | 11/4/2019

… employees are engaging with high-value networks and ACOs, a number expected to top 50% within a few years. 12 Cost-shifting to consumers, rising awareness of health care costs and a variety of mobile health applications are also fueling demand for transparency into prices and quality. Consumers are taking a more active role. Enrollment in high deductible health plans (HDHPs) has also increased rapidly in recent years, from 4 …

Digital Health

pCare Partners with Redox to Enhance Health Data Integration | PR Newswire | 11/5/2019

… Redox once, allowing data to easily flow within the most extensive interoperable network in healthcare.” Redox helps healthcare organizations adopt digital health solutions faster, bypassing the need to build hundreds of custom connections when adopting … platform integrates with existing EHR/EMR systems, patient portals, and mobile health applications to connect patients, families and caregivers. Recognized by KLAS as the quality leader in the interactive patient systems category, pCare is the …

Medicare

The speed of transformation: Preparing for the payment models of tomorrow | Modern Healthcare | 11/4/2019

… 23% increase from two years earlier. 3 Further proof of the accelerating transformation can be found in the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) plan to launch new direct-contracting global fee models in 2020 … rising awareness of health care costs and a variety of mobile health applications are also fueling demand for transparency into prices and quality. Consumers are taking a more active role. Enrollment in high deductible health …

Medicaid

The speed of transformation: Preparing for the payment models of tomorrow | Modern Healthcare | 11/4/2019

… increase from two years earlier. 3 Further proof of the accelerating transformation can be found in the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) plan to launch new direct-contracting global fee models in 2020. That … rising awareness of health care costs and a variety of mobile health applications are also fueling demand for transparency into prices and quality. Consumers are taking a more active role. Enrollment in high deductible health …

Remote Monitoring

Sony launches new B-to-B wearable and mobile health technology platform | FierceHealthcare | 10/16/2019

… backend solution to provide payers, health systems, and app developers a ready-made platform to build remote health monitoring and mobile health applications. Sony debuted the mSafety platform at the Connected Health Conference in Boston … company said. Strömberg said Sony studied the mobile health and remote monitoring technology market to see where there were gaps that needed to be filled and saw a need for a more robust business-to …

Health Tech

Sony launches new B-to-B wearable and mobile health technology platform | FierceHealthcare | 10/16/2019

Electronics company Sony is jumping into the mobile health technology market, offering a business-to-business wearables solution to rival consumer-facing devices like Fitbit and the Apple Watch. The company launched a platform, called mSafety, that combines a connected wearable device, a wristwatch, with a cloud-based backend solution to provide payers, health systems, and app developers a ready-made platform to build remote health monitoring and mobile health …

Medication Adherence

Sony launches new B-to-B wearable and mobile health technology platform | FierceHealthcare | 10/16/2019

… backend solution to provide payers, health systems, and app developers a ready-made platform to build remote health monitoring and mobile health applications. Sony debuted the mSafety platform at the Connected Health Conference in Boston … to remind patients to take their medication to help improve medication adherence, Strömberg said. Another partner is looking to use the platform to collect movement data to predict whether a user is at risk of …

Remote Health Monitoring

Sony launches new B-to-B wearable and mobile health technology platform | FierceHealthcare | 10/16/2019

Electronics company Sony is jumping into the mobile health technology market, offering a business-to-business wearables solution to rival consumer-facing devices like Fitbit and the Apple Watch. The company launched a platform, called mSafety, that combines a connected wearable device, a wristwatch, with a cloud-based backend solution to provide payers, health systems, and app developers a ready-made platform to build remote health monitoring and mobile health …

Mobile Health Technology

Sony launches new B-to-B wearable and mobile health technology platform | FierceHealthcare | 10/16/2019

Electronics company Sony is jumping into the mobile health technology market, offering a business-to-business wearables solution to rival consumer-facing devices like Fitbit and the Apple Watch. The company launched a platform, called mSafety, that combines a connected wearable device, a wristwatch, with a cloud-based backend solution to provide payers, health systems, and app developers a ready-made platform to build remote health monitoring and mobile health …

American Medical Association

3 key rules for physicians to follow when advising patients on wearables, health apps | Becker’s Hospital Review | 7/16/2019

As new devices and mobile health applications pop up every day, physicians need to be more proactive in their approach to educate patients on how these technologies are used, according to American Medical Association Assistant Director for Federal Affairs Shannon Curtis. Here are three rules for physicians to follow when educating patients: 1. Be aware of the regulatory status of an app or device before recommending it to patients. The …

Mobile Health Apps

Xcertia Previews Guidelines for Evaluation of Mobile Health Applications | PRWeb | 12/14/2017

Xcertia took a significant step today toward its goal of developing industry guidelines for safe and effective mobile health applications (apps) by releasing a preliminary version of its anticipated guidelines for broad public review and comment. “One year since Xcertia announced its formation, the collaboration is releasing initial mobile health apps guidelines as a starting point to build on,” said Michael Hodgkins, M.D., chair of the Xcertia Board of Directors …

HIMSS

Xcertia Previews Guidelines for Evaluation of Mobile Health Applications | PRWeb | 12/14/2017

Xcertia took a significant step today toward its goal of developing industry guidelines for safe and effective mobile health applications (apps) by releasing a preliminary version of its anticipated guidelines for broad public review and … DHX Group, and the Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS). The collaboration’s shared purpose is to provide a level of assurance to physicians, clinicians, and consumers that mobile health apps that comply with Xcertia’s …

Chronic Disease Management

NYU Stern Study Shows Significant Health Improvement in Diabetes Patients after Downloading Mobile Health Applications | Business Wire | 11/17/2017

… health outcomes, including reductions in hospital visits and medical expenses over time. This first-of-its-kind study combines data from a major mHealth firm in China, as well as the Office of Chronic Disease Management in China to evaluate the potential value of technologies such as mobile health apps and mobile-enabled EHRs as well as the importance of mHealth platform design in achieving better health care outcomes. Analyzing …

Patient Monitoring

Foley Survey Shows Surging Telemedicine Services Across the Health Care Spectrum, into Foreign Markets | Business Wire | 11/15/2017

… mobile health applications, remote patient monitoring and personal health records also popular. Questions of legality abound. Recording patient encounters, interstate licensing, prescribing drugs, and Medicare coverage are among the most pressing legal and regulatory issues faced by health care organizations and legislators. Payment proves problematic. Third-party reimbursement for telemedicine services was identified as a significant challenge to implementation (59 percent). For more information and to download the complete 2017 …