Is your physician "super mobile"?    According to this infographic, one in four physicians owns a tablet and a smartphone, use online resources at a much higher rate, and use their mobile devices for references, research, and even diagnosis.    Handheld devices have become a million dollar industry for health care professionals—in 2010, the total market for handheld devices in health care reached $8,800,000.

Is your physician "super mobile"? According to this infographic, one in four physicians owns a tablet and a smartphone, use online resources at a much higher rate, and use their mobile devices for references, research, and even diagnosis. Handheld devices have become a million dollar industry for health care professionals—in 2010, the total market for handheld devices in health care reached $8,800,000.

The #mobile revolution has already been in full swing among #physicians for the past few years, but not until now have we seen real pick up among consumers. As of Q3 2011, 26% of the US adult population is using mobile phones for #health information & tools. Still, consumer mobile health is fairly early in the game and centers more around information-gathering rather than using devices to support care. This data is sourced from Manhattan Research’s Cybercitizen Health :: #hcsm

The #mobile revolution has already been in full swing among #physicians for the past few years, but not until now have we seen real pick up among consumers. As of Q3 2011, 26% of the US adult population is using mobile phones for #health information & tools. Still, consumer mobile health is fairly early in the game and centers more around information-gathering rather than using devices to support care. This data is sourced from Manhattan Research’s Cybercitizen Health :: #hcsm

The #mobile revolution has already been in full swing among #physicians for the past few years, but not until now have we seen real pick up among consumers. As of Q3 2011, 26% of the US adult population is using mobile phones for #health information & tools. Still, consumer mobile health is fairly early in the game and centers more around information-gathering rather than using devices to support care. This data is sourced from Manhattan Research’s Cybercitizen Health

The #mobile revolution has already been in full swing among #physicians for the past few years, but not until now have we seen real pick up among consumers. As of Q3 2011, 26% of the US adult population is using mobile phones for #health information & tools. Still, consumer mobile health is fairly early in the game and centers more around information-gathering rather than using devices to support care. This data is sourced from Manhattan Research’s Cybercitizen Health

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