After a troubled two years, the UK’s National Health Service is closing its Health Apps Library. What can we learn from that experience?
Happtique recently announced the suspension of their App Certification Program after health IT expert Harold Smith, CEO of Monkton Health, disclosed several security flaws in apps he had randomly selected for evaluation from Happtique’s first round of “certified” apps. Coming nearly two years after they announced their intention to create a certification program for health […]
On August 20, 2012 Happtique announced the launch of a new program that helps health providers electronically prescribe medical, health and fitness apps to patients. The program is called mRx.
Happtique, a medical apps store seeks to verify and certify healthcare apps for medical professionals and patients
Happtique, an online mobile health application marketplace, has announced it will develop a certification program to vet mobile applications for doctors, nurses and patients. The organization created the program based on feedback from providers and hospitals, Corey Ackerman, Happtique president, told eWEEK. Happtique will evaluate which applications are appropriate for clinical use and those that are outdated […]
HealthSaaS & Happtique are coming together to create a custom app catalog of mobile health apps for use in hospital and physican practice settings.
The second emerging trend in the mobile health ecosystem that became clear at the 2011 Mobile Health World Congress was the idea of a “platform of platforms” (PoPs) business model.