Digital Health - the future of health is your Smartphone
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Apple launches dedicated ‘Apps for Healthcare Professionals’ collection. This update highlights the direction the medical industry is moving towards, and it's slow but sure acceptance of mobile technology as an intrinsic part of healthcare.    http://www.imedicalapps.com/2013/02/apple-apps-healthcare-professionals-collection/#
InfoGraphic: Will Virtual Assistants Propel the Future of Medicine?
FREE 2 B ME app:    90TEN love making apps for our clients and pushing the digital health boundaries. In 2012 we created an app for FREE 2 B ME, an NHS sexual health service for young people in East Sussex. This is one of our favorite projects to date and it has already been a huge success. Visit this website to find out more info and download the app for free: www.free2bmeapp.co.uk
90TEN, winners of the 2013 BMJ award for 'Transforming Patient Care using Technology'; working alongside Dean Street at Home and Chelsea and Westminster Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
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Did you know you can check all your medical records right on your mobile device? #EMR Medical Billing Services
The European Commission launched a new application called #mHealth, which allows #mobile devices to monitor and collect data more efficiently.  mHealth can be used on mobile devices, "Personal Digital Assistants", smart watches and other body-worn devices or implants.
12 Companies Shaping the Future of Digital Health Infographic
Benefits and Future of Mobile Health. #mobilehealth #healthcare #mhealth https://caredir.com
Infographic: Healthcare Industry Building Trust Through Social Media
Telemedicine refers to the usage of telecommunication methods to provide healthcare and medical services remotely. With healthcare delivery already under pressure, telemedicine is poised to tackle lot many challenges of the industry head on. This infographic by Kays Harbor Technologies is an attempt to highlight the benefits of telemedicine.
The use of digital health technologies and social media has transformed the exchange of healthcare data, with mobile apps monitoring everything from blood sugar to medication adherence, and text-based reminders urging smokers not to give into that craving. This infographic also presents data on the role of search engines in healthcare research, how social media creates more engaged and aware patients, and how digital healthcare is affecting today's industry.
Infographic: 5 Digital Health Trends Reshaping Healthcare in 2015
It's data like this that means health care providers need to embrace getting online to provide information and be part of the health discussion on social media.
Infographic : Primary Care Use of Digital in the US. www.mpaagroup.com #HIE #HealthcareTechnology
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