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Sharp rise in mobile health app numbers

Sharp rise in mobile health app numbers

The work, by the IQVIA Institute for Human Data Science, also found a significant increase in the proportion of mobile health apps that focus on health conditions and patient care, as ... Nevertheless, some clear leaders have emerged, with 41 apps

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  • NICE to bring HTA processes to mobile health apps NICE to bring HTA processes to mobile health apps

    to devise a standardised process for evaluating health apps. ... Approximately 3.4 billion people worldwide own a smartphone, with half using health apps, of which the vast majority fall within a broad 'health and well-being' category.

  • Apple launches CareKit mHealth developer software Apple launches CareKit mHealth developer software

    Pharma insight on digital marketing, social media, mobile apps, online video, websites and interactive healthcare tools. ... Apple has launched CareKit, which makes its debut alongside mobile apps for reproductive health, diabetes and depression from

  • EU forms mHealth app working group EU forms mHealth app working group

    Pharma insight on digital marketing, social media, mobile apps, online video, websites and interactive healthcare tools. ... The European Commission is working towards improving the safety and transparency of health information collected by mobile apps.

  • Digital health charge led by millennials in the US Digital health charge led by millennials in the US

    Mobile health platforms, in particular, represent a huge opportunity to improve health, according to the report. ... More than six in 10 (63%) Americans with gastrointestinal conditions would use mobile health apps to track diet and nutrition.

  • US doctors support digital health technology US doctors support digital health technology

    Pharma insight on digital marketing, social media, mobile apps, online video, websites and interactive healthcare tools. ... Promoting self-management of chronic disease via health apps: around two-thirds of physicians said they would prescribe an app to

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  • Three steps forward, four steps back Three steps forward, four steps back

    Research by IQVIA in 2017 revealed that there were 318, 500 mobile apps in the health category: 85% of these had fewer than 5, 000 downloads, and only 41 of these ... Examples include digital inhalers, attack risk checkers and suites of mobile apps

  • Making digital health personal Making digital health personal

    They can be effective at positively changing patients’ health behaviours and improving health outcomes. ... Patients have competing motivations and considerations when it comes to managing their health.

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  • How mobile health is improving health & social care

    White paper exploring how mobile health technology and apps can help to improve healthcare outcomes. ... With approximately five billion smartphone users worldwide, there are huge opportunities for mobile health (mHealth) apps and other technology to

  • New Gower Title

    Letizia Affinito and John Mack examine how social media and mobile apps can boost health outcomes. ... Letizia Affinito and John Mack focus on three priority areas for actions: Improving Health Literacy (e.g.

  • Physicians Interactive Becomes Aptus Health, Offering a Global Digital Health Engagement Solution

    Aptus Health’s clients have access to the world’s largest healthcare professional community, Univadis, as well as to the leading healthcare consumer communities and mobile apps through its MedHelp division. . ... With our decades of collective

  • Doctors Embracing Digital Technology – But Are Reluctant To Prescribe Apps And Wearables For Patients

    The biggest barriers to recommendation of wearable tech and Mobile Health Apps were: not all patients have smartphones (28%), possible inconsistent use of the app, leading to incomplete data (14%), integration ... it is mobile health apps where the

  • Pragmatic Digital Health

    Despite this, the survey also revealed that 42% of doctors felt mobile apps could be a game changer and 44% had at some time recommended an app for their patients (rising ... We can also expect a much greater use of health and fitness apps and wearables

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