mHealth

Could Trump’s Kidney Disease Order Push Telehealth, mHealth Adoption?

2019-07-15T03:31:13-04:00

By Eric Wicklund, mHealth Intelligence | July 11, 2019 President Donald Trump’s executive order targeting new methods for detecting and treating kidney disease could expand the opportunities for those using telehealth and mHealth. The executive order, signed on July 10, aims to change how the nation’s healthcare system treats end-stage [...]

Could Trump’s Kidney Disease Order Push Telehealth, mHealth Adoption?2019-07-15T03:31:13-04:00

FCC Gives Telehealth a Go With Connected Care Pilot Program Approval

2019-07-15T02:24:03-04:00

By Eric Wicklund, mHealth Intelligence | July 10, 2019 The Federal Communications Commission has voted to move forward with the Connected Care Pilot Program, a three-year, $100 million effort to expand telehealth and mHealth programs to benefit underserved populations, including rural residents and veterans. The program, unveiled in July 2018 [...]

FCC Gives Telehealth a Go With Connected Care Pilot Program Approval2019-07-15T02:24:03-04:00

Hospitals Use mHealth to Keep Family In The Loop on Patient Care

2019-07-08T04:05:03-04:00

By Erick Wicklund, mHealth Intelligence | July 1, 2019 Hospitals and health systems are now applying mHealth to the vital and often-sensitive process of keeping family members updated during a patient’s surgical procedure. What once involved a series of phone calls – or a nurse and or/doctor sifting through a [...]

Hospitals Use mHealth to Keep Family In The Loop on Patient Care2019-07-08T04:05:03-04:00

UK’s NHS Moves to Fast-Track mHealth App Validation Process

2019-06-19T02:05:52-04:00

By Eric Wicklund, mHealth Intelligence | June 14, 2019 UK Health officials are trying to expand their library of approved mHealth apps by creating a digital health portal for developers to screen their platforms. The National Health Service’s new digital assessment portal, which went live in May and is in [...]

UK’s NHS Moves to Fast-Track mHealth App Validation Process2019-06-19T02:05:52-04:00

New Non-Profit Aims to Develop Digital Medicine Research, Standards

2019-05-23T10:27:53-04:00

By Eric Wicklund, mHealth Intelligence | May 22, 2019 The Boston-based Digital Medicine Society (DiMe) has attracted a strong array of telehealth and mHealth executives as it moves to define digital medicine and create evidence-based standards. A newly formed non-profit in the mHealth and telehealth ecosystem aims to support “the [...]

New Non-Profit Aims to Develop Digital Medicine Research, Standards2019-05-23T10:27:53-04:00

With Telehealth Still Evolving as a Care Delivery Model, Text-based Care May Offer the Best Quality for Some Patients

2019-05-12T18:11:07-04:00

By Jeff Bagasse, Healthcare Finance | May 9, 2019 Tapping into asynchronous, text-based communication could let providers cast a wider net and improve care quality. Telehealth is still the Wild West in a lot of ways. While the delivery model has the potential to extend provider outreach into remote communities [...]

With Telehealth Still Evolving as a Care Delivery Model, Text-based Care May Offer the Best Quality for Some Patients2019-05-12T18:11:07-04:00