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This page shows the latest mobile phones news and features for those working in and with pharma, biotech and healthcare.

Novartis pushes ‘virtual’ clinical trial concept

Novartis pushes ‘virtual’ clinical trial concept

process. The aim is to expand the number of ‘virtual’trials it runs, with patients interacting with investigators via mobile phones and telemedicine devices rather than attending investigation sites in person.

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  • Healthcare Communications agency F/NE joins GLOBALHealthPR’s network Healthcare Communications agency F/NE joins GLOBALHealthPR’s network

    Although fewer than 50% of Africans have access to modern healthcare facilities, urban development, increased wealth and increased access to mobile phones and the internet are expected to improve this.

  • Making a difference with mobile health Making a difference with mobile health

    Senegal is an interesting choice for the pilot. In common with many African countries mobile phones play a particularly important role and in the last year mobile penetration in Senegal reached ... When you look at the number of cell phones, mobile

  • Connected moments: capturing patient experience Connected moments: capturing patient experience

    Mobile devices also create a personal space for a very honest response - we keep our phones literally close to our chests, lock them with PINs, and rarely share them even with ... And, of course, mobile devices are no longer just phones - they are also

  • European Commission launches mHealth consultation European Commission launches mHealth consultation

    The Commission wants views on how best to use mobile devices like mobile phones, tablets, patient monitoring devices and other wireless devices to improve health and wellbeing. ... Digital inspiration for pharma on mobile, social media, strategy, best

  • Back to mobile basics Back to mobile basics

    Today there are an incredible 6 billion mobile phones in the world – that's more than there are computers, cars and even toilets. ... Paying for prescription drugs – SMS technology could also be used to help people pay for their prescriptions using

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  • Waking the sleeping giant Waking the sleeping giant

    with greater access to mobile phones and the internet. ... This bodes extremely well for better healthcare delivery going forward - provided that mobile is properly leveraged.

  • The gold standard of scientific evidence The gold standard of scientific evidence

    As healthcare becomes increasingly integrated into patients’mobile phones, data from remote monitoring can also be useful.

  • Healthcare costs Healthcare costs

    Remote monitoring and devices. What started as a basic feature on mobile phones and step-counting wristbands has now become a multibillion-dollar industry. ... Digital inspiration for pharma on mobile, social media, strategy, best practice, regulations

  • Healthcare business and operating models redefined Healthcare business and operating models redefined

    Unprecedented insights. Some disruptive forces are built into wearable technologies, such as watches and mobile phones, which enable consumers to track and store health data.

  • mHealth: patients open to app prescriptions mHealth: patients open to app prescriptions

    but 90 per cent would take up the offer of a mobile app. ... Of a global population of seven billion, some five and a half billion people have mobile phones and one and a half billion have smartphones.

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  • A new reality for healthcare

    A new reality for healthcare. When mobile phones came onto the mass market it would have been difficult to see how they were to develop into the ubiquitous multimedia devices they

  • Time to snap up the opportunities

    every day – our mobile phones? ... in a professional capacity, the reality is mobile technology has already become an integral part of healthcare.

  • To track disease, follow the money

    Unlike hard cash, mobile phones are carried by almost everyone (more people around the world have access to a mobile phone than a toilet). ... And tracking mobile phones doesn't depend on self-reporting. The police and intelligence organisations

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