mHealth News: Us smartphone users eager for more mobile health technology: poll, Canadian Hospital Launches Mobile Health App for Veterans with OSIs, Carolinas HealthCare adds mobile app for employees

A new poll finds that the demand for mobile health technology in the US outpaces the supply.

Us smartphone users eager for more mobile health technology: poll

You may think that mhealth is a tech fad that will soon become a dying trend, but many people think that there is a lot of potential lying within mobile health technologies. In fact, the majority of Americans quizzed in a poll are extremely eager to be able to use their smartphones and smart devices to keep track of their own health. We certainly think mhealth could help improve our general well being and keep us as fit and healthy as we all aspire to be and it should help build bridges between general help from doctors and safe self-medication.

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Telemedicine, Telehealth, and now mHealth: The Technological Benefits of Mobile Health in Minority Communities

The article above points out that we are all ready for mhealth, but what exactly does mhealth mean? This article provides some very good information on what mhealth is about and how it could help the everyday smartphone owner with his or her health and fitness. It particularly focuses on the United States, but the overall idea of mhealth can easily be adopted worldwide and was actually first used in third world developing countries, and it’s only recently that doctors have seen the benefits of using mhealth in developed countries as well.

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Canadian Hospital Launches Mobile Health App for Veterans with OSIs

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Carolinas HealthCare adds mobile app for employees

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