StartUp Health, Health 2.0, and Rock Health all have released mid-year reports.
How some wellness and mental health apps are causing worse behaviors.
A recent survey seeks to figure out whether mobile health apps are useful currently or in the future for health professionals and the patients they serve.
Experience using apps to combat Ebola offer interesting insights into their use to fight infectious disease.
There are three alternatives to UpToDate physicians should consider.
How should mobile medical apps be regulated by the FDA? Last year the FDA released a proposed set of guidelines for the regulation of certain mobile health apps that control a regulated medical device, or manipulate patient data from a medical device. This has been a source of some controversy and anxiety for many medical app developers. Some argue […]
Please join us for the next #mHealth chat on Twitter on Wednesday June 6th at 9pm EST/8pm CST using the hashtag #mHealth.
This is the archive of the fourth #mHealth Tweet Chat that took place on Wednesday, May 23, 2012 at 9pm EST/8pm CST. We discussed favorite apps, mobile devices, accessories and peripherals, and the ways that we use mobile technology with our patients and in our practices.
Please join us for the next #mHealth chat on Twitter today, Wednesday May 23rd, at 9pm EST/8pm CST using the hashtag #mHealth.
Making user-friendly products is no easy task, but it is worth the investment as multiple examples from various industries have demonstrated. In an effort to better understand what design or user-friendly features make some e-health interventions more effective than others, researchers in theUnited Kingdom recently conducted a review of existing articles with effective e-health interventions. […]
This is the archive of the third #mHealth Tweet Chat that took place on Wednesday, May 16, 2012 at 9pm EST/8pm CST. We discussed how mobile technology has impacted physician communications, patient privacy issues, and physicians on social media.
Please join us for the third #mHealth chat on Twitter on Wednesday, May 16th at 9pm EST/8pm CST using the hashtag #mHealth.