mHealth News: What You Need to Know

Here are some of the top stories in healthcare, telemedicine, and mobile health that we have been monitoring this past week.

MobileHelp Shares Results of New Healthcare Provider Survey
Ahead of the extended holiday weekend in the United States, MobileHelp — a leader in mobile Personal Emergency Response System (mPERS) and healthcare technology solutions — reported that nearly 30 percent of healthcare providers have implemented telehealth programs into their clinical operations.

Smaller Hospitals and Health Systems ‘Struggle’ to Deliver Value-Driven Care
A new EY survey of U.S. health care providers reveals top priorities and challenges for 2017.

First Look: NorthBay Helps Parents Take ‘Baby Steps’
According to a formal announcement emailed to MHW on Wednesday, NorthBay Healthcare is joining forces with a Boston-based health technology company to create “Baby Steps by NorthBay,” for new and expectant families.

Report: $1 Billion Potential Revenue with Green High-Tech Wearables
Proving once again that green tech is a magnet for green paper, OLIVEDA International, Inc. sees a big market for eco-friendly wearables.

Partners Work to Streamline IoT-enabled Clinical Trials
Clinical Ink, a provider of eSource and patient engagement technologies, and Integron, a  provider of managed services for the connected health and Internet of Things (IoT) industry, have partnered to extend Clinical Ink’s mobile device and sensor deployment capabilities to engage and collect data from patients in clinical trials.

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