mHealth News: Mobile phone health schemes ‘could save Europe €200 billion’, EHRs could use an infusion of mobile technology, Canadians eager for more virtual, mobile healthcare solutions

Apps like Bant (shown above), a free app under development by the University Health Network in Toronto, allow Type 1 diabetes patients monitor their blood sugar levels to help manage their condition.

Mobile phone health schemes ‘could save Europe €200 billion’

Not only can mhealth be convenient for both patients and doctors, but it could also prove to be very cost worthy too. This article by the Telegraph states that mobile phone health schemes could save Europe 200 billion euros. The savings are for many reasons but one of the major contributors is because of the ability to shorten the amount of doctors needed within the workplace by allowing patients to keep track of their own health and communicate with doctors outside of medical facilities. This is especially important for the elderly that previously would need to make multiple trips to the doctors to keep an eye on their health.

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Hmm, you do look ill. I prescribe a good dose of mobile data

If everybody were to use mobile health applications to help keep track of their own health and fitness, doctors across the world would easily be able to keep track and monitor data on the human race’s overall health, causes for health conditions, and treatments that are most effective. Patients could also benefit from this data by being able to make the most out of the treatments available by knowing exactly what others with similar health conditions do to keep healthy.

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EHRs could use an infusion of mobile technology

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Canadians eager for more virtual, mobile healthcare solutions

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