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WA State Payer Picks mHealth Application for Depression Care - mHealthIntelligence.com


mHealthIntelligence.com

WA State Payer Picks mHealth Application for Depression Care
mHealthIntelligence.com
January 13, 2017 - Local payer Amerigroup Washington has chosen an mHealth application to help beneficiaries with mental health self-management, the organizations announced in a press release. The collaboration, which aims to improve access to ...

mHealth Study Uses Sensors, Analytics to Detect Sickness Before it Happens - mHealthIntelligence.com


mHealth Study Uses Sensors, Analytics to Detect Sickness Before it Happens
mHealthIntelligence.com
January 13, 2017 - mHealth wearables that continuously monitor vital signs may soon be able to detect sickness before the user even becomes sick. That's the gist of a study of fitness monitors and other wearables conducted by the Stanford University ...

mHealth Programs Aim to Reach Patients Before they Need the ER - mHealthIntelligence.com


mHealth Programs Aim to Reach Patients Before they Need the ER
mHealthIntelligence.com
Some programs look to reach underserved communities by putting mHealth devices in the hands of the doctors serving them and creating telehealth links with nearby health systems. One such program was launched last year in rural Tennessee by Mercy ...

mHealth roundup: Health apps to cut costs, improve care - FierceHealthcare


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mHealth roundup: Health apps to cut costs, improve care
FierceHealthcare
Mobile apps are ubiquitous in wellness and healthcare, driven by consumers eager for healthcare information at their fingertips. Hospitals, health systems and health insurance companies have embraced them as a way to provide better, faster and more ...

mHealth market to reach $23B this year — 4 things to know - Becker's ASC Review


mHealth market to reach $23B this year — 4 things to know
Becker's ASC Review
2. Over the next three years, SNS Research anticipates the market will increase at a compound annual growth rate of more than 35 percent. 3. Factors that could hinder market growth include high regulation, a lack of patient acceptance and privacy ...

Stanford's mHealth App Gets a Precision Medicine Upgrade - mHealthIntelligence.com


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Stanford's mHealth App Gets a Precision Medicine Upgrade
mHealthIntelligence.com
mHealth advocates see this as the next phase in app development, which moves to combine biometric monitoring with analytics tools and artificial intelligence to move from collecting to coaching. This, in turn, could spur more interest from healthcare ...

Using mHealth to Track and Treat HIV in Remote Africa - mHealthIntelligence.com


Using mHealth to Track and Treat HIV in Remote Africa
mHealthIntelligence.com
January 04, 2017 - An international foundation is using an mHealth and online payment platform to improve healthcare services in a tiny African nation where almost 25 percent of the population is HIV positive and many have to walk hours to reach a ...

Consumer Survey Sees Sharp Increase in mHealth, Telemedicine Use - mHealthIntelligence.com


Consumer Survey Sees Sharp Increase in mHealth, Telemedicine Use
mHealthIntelligence.com
Rock Health's report, prepared by Ashlee Adams, Mark Shankar and company founder Halle Tecco, positions mHealth and telemedicine at the forefront of healthcare delivery in the coming year, as consumers take more control over their healthcare decisions ...

FDA Issues Final Guidance on mHealth Device Security - mHealthIntelligence.com


FDA Issues Final Guidance on mHealth Device Security
mHealthIntelligence.com
mHealth advocates were quick to point out the FDA's final guidance isn't binding, so there are no requirements for developers to follow these guidelines and no penalties if they don't. In her blog, Schwartz pointed out that the FDA would continue to ...
Managing Medical Device Cybersecurity in the Postmarket: At the Crossroads of Cyber-safety and Advancing Technology
Content of Premarket Submissions for Management of Cybersecurity in - FDA

Can Digital Assistants be mHealth Assistants? - mHealthIntelligence.com


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Can Digital Assistants be mHealth Assistants?
mHealthIntelligence.com
Powered by AI and enhanced by the IoT, digital assistants have the potential to connect consumers to mHealth services in the home - if a few bugs can be worked out first. Digital assistants may have been the hottest Christmas gift this year, but they ...

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Comment by Prof. Dr. Dr. Gerhard Lingg PhD on February 9, 2011 at 11:14am

http://www.imi-health.com

A pioneering and patented wellness innovation, “UBW Mobile Wellness”, improves the health
consciousness of the people, strengthens their health and accelerates the health reform.
Positive influence to health
The the pioneering innovation UBW
(Universal Body Wave) Mobile
Wellness allows an interesting
synergy through wellness and information
technology. With the help of
new mobile phones the personal wellbeing
is analyzed with scientifically
recognized parameters and even directly
influenced positively. The
health of individuals and families will
be strengthened and new management
information will help to increase
the efficiency of the health systems.
Increased family health
The UBW Mobile wellness system
promotes self-responsibility of the
people and their health awareness.
The people recognize and enjoy
again the great importance of basic
biological principles and rhythms.
Through its increased attention to
and compliance with the health of
people and the families will be
strengthened.
Prevention reward
The new system supports the aspirations
of the health reform to reward
the personal prevention for the health.
Such systems are or were obvious
tradition e.g. in China . A systematic
application of UBW Mobile Wellness
systems supports the principle of the
creation of Health (Salutogenese),
and helps to lower health costs.
In a nationwide application of this
innovation it can be assumed that a
positive change in the meaning of
salutogenesis will take place. This
is done through active control of the
stimulus response and the active
way to optimize the stimulus processing,
which in turn leads to the rise
of health by reducing chronic diseases,
shortening the rehabilitation
times and lower drug needs.
Cost reduction
These specific measures will result
in significant cost reductions in
health care.

Comment by Randy Roberson on April 20, 2009 at 10:31am
I recently had the privilege of meeting with H.E.L.P. President Randy Roberson for a discussion of his work in disaster relief and telemedicine. For over a decade Randy has been traveling to locations devastated by natural disasters and used his expertise in telemedicine to bring help to thousands of people. The following interview details his thoughts on disaster management and what he believes is important in humanitarian aid work. CLICK HERE to read the full interview.
 

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