mHealth News: Here’s What Happened This Week

mHealth News Here’s What Happened This WeekHere are some of the top stories in healthcare, telemedicine, and mobile health that we have been monitoring this past week.

Two New E-Books from mPulse Mobile Could Change the Way You Engage Healthcare Customers
Mobile is changing the ways in which we do just about everything — from communicating to shopping to entertaining ourselves.

Report: Telemedicine Apps Lead Medical App Sales
According to the latest industry data to which mHealthWatch was privy, monitoring apps represent the largest category of medical app sales.

UNAids Deployment Holds Promise, Draws Praise
At Health 2.0, mHealthWatch learned of UNAIDS and Kenya launching a new data and technology partnership.

Teladoc Touts 1 Millionth Telehealth Visit
Teladoc — a juggernaut telehealth platform — tells mHealthWatch that it crossed an industry milestone this week. How so? The company completed its 1 millionth telehealth visit.

Healthcare Cloud Leader Raises Big Bucks to Fuel Expansion announced this week that it has raised $13.2 million in new growth capital led by existing investors. The company plans to deploy this capital to support expansion through both direct sales and the development of strategic partnerships, further extending its leadership position in the healthcare CRM market, a provided statement explains.

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