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IDC Publishes Two New MarketScape Reports

IDC Mobile Solutions Can Address MEA's Healthcare ChallengesPRESS RELEASE: International Data Corporation (IDC) has published two 2016 IDC MarketScape reports evaluating the enterprise mobile app development platform (MADP) capabilities and strategies of the largest, enterprise-focused, integrated platform vendors. IDC MarketScape vendor analysis reports utilize a rigorous scoring methodology that produces a definitive assessment of each vendor’s current market capabilities and strategies for competing in the future.

The IDC report, IDC MarketScape: Worldwide Enterprise Mobile Application Development Platform 2016 Vendor Assessment — B2CApps Alignment (IDC #US41915916), assessed and profiled ten vendors, naming IBM, Kony, Salesforce, and SAP as Leaders.

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Main Street Alliance Wants Answers on Healthcare from President-Elect Trump

Infographic The Small Business Guide to the ACAThis morning, Main Street Alliance — a national network of small business coalitions working to build a new voice for small businesses on important public policy issues — issued a statement seeking clarity on what the incoming Trump administration plans to do with healthcare.

As for the announcement, it is as follows:

The health care industry, our nation’s largest private sector industry and employer, makes up more than 17 percent of our Gross Domestic Product (GDP). The US health care industry has grown accustomed to the post-Affordable Care Act (ACA) business climate and faces uncertainty heading into a Trump Administration–one that has vowed to repeal the ACA as early as day one and provide a replacement at a later date. That uncertainty is shared by the small business owners on Main Street and could have a wide-ranging impact on the economy as a whole.
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Report: Moms Want 24/7 Access to Physicians

What Mobile Marketers Need to Know About Health Conscious MomsThe results of a new “Moms and Health Technology Survey” reveal that moms are constantly looking for better and easier ways to manage their family’s health, with all agreeing (100%) that having round the clock access to a doctor would be helpful.

Per the findings, seventy-one percent (71%) of moms surveyed reported losing more than two hours from the work/school day due to taking their child for a doctor visit, underscoring the critical need and importance of more convenient access to healthcare.

The survey was released by LiveHealth Online, an online resource that provides 24/7 access to board-certified doctors who are accessible via video chat on smartphones, tablets or PCs.

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Vocera Report Examines Physician and Nurse Burnout

HealthTap Touts First of Its Kind Doctor TrainingVocera Communications, a leading healthcare communications company, tells us that its Experience Innovation Network, focused on research and designing the next standards in care, has released a new report.

The report — Human Experience at the Forefront: Elevating Resilience, Well-Being, and Joy in Healthcare — presents research that examines how leaders at hospitals and health systems are addressing the challenges of care team burnout and compassion fatigue.

More than 150 executives from in-patient and out-patient organizations across the United States and Canada participated in the Experience Innovation Network study.
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Virtual Reality Tapped to Help Health Problems in The Netherlands

Virtual Reality's Role in Healthcare Continue to GrowAccording to a new report from VRJournal, there’s an innovative health-focused VR project now underway at NEMO Science Museum  in Amsterdam.

“The study is organized by UMC Utrecht and XL lab (represented by Atoms2Bits) and is designed to study the brain performance of people who have had serious health issues and experience psychological traumas as a result,” the projects organizers explain in the report.

The research, we’re told, takes the shape of a “Virtual Supermarket.”

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Healthcare First: InstaMed Achieves P2PE v2.0 Validation

AGNITY MobileCare Platform Tapped by Tech MahindraInstaMed, a healthcare-focused payments network, announced today that it has been validated by the Payment Card Industry (PCI) Security Standards Council (SSC).

The company says it has met the “rigorous controls defined in the PCI SSC Point-to-Point Encryption (P2PE) Standard version 2.0 for the protection of payment card data.”

We’re told that InstaMed is the first in healthcare to achieve P2PE v2.0 Validation and is the only single platform in healthcare that delivers an end-to-end payment solution that is PCI Level 1 Service Provider, EMV and HITRUST certified.
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Philips, Macquarie University and Emory Launching a First in Australian Healthcare

Australia Looks to Leapfrog U.S. on Digital Health AccessAhead of the weekend, mHealthWatch learned that Royal Philips, Macquarie University’s MQ Health in Sydney and Emory Healthcare in Atlanta, Georgia, announced the launch of Australia’s first – and only – remote intensive care unit (eICU) monitoring program, to improve the outcomes of high risk patients in most need of ‘round-the-clock’ observation.

According to a provided release, the partnership uses Philips’ remote intensive care unit (eICU) technology and will see Emory Healthcare intensivists and critical care nurses based onsite at Sydney’s MQ Health.

MQ Health is the first university-led integrated health campus in Australia, which brings together research and clinical care. This care model enables the Sydney-based US clinicians to provide continuous night-time critical care oversight to patients back in the United States during daytime hours, enabling the clinical team to be wide awake as opposed to working at night.

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