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iPatientCare Shows Us What an mHealth Triple Play Looks Like


iPatientCare Shows Us What an mHealth Triple Play Looks Like   miWater miMeds miCalc mHealth iPatientCare iOS apps The mHealth innovators at iPatientCare recently briefed mHealthWatch on their introduction of miMeds, miCalc and miWater — three patient centric medical apps compatible with iOS devices.

We’re told the free apps are designed to help patients and clinicians remain updated about a patient’s health, and improve their overall level of care.

“The healthcare industry is moving towards a delivery model that is more patient-focused, value-based, and accessible even in remote environments,” the company says. “In this regard, iPatientCare is all set to add value to the digital evolution in healthcare by creating cutting-edge, and innovative mHealth solutions.”
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Visually Impaired Want More from iOS


Visually Impaired Want More from iOS   The National Federation of the Blind mobile mHealth iOS CDC A national advocacy group for the visually and hearing impaired has a message for Apple – do more to make iOS features accessible and practical for millions of Americans with special needs.

According to the findings of a 2008 CDC study, some 3.4 million Americans are now legally blind or visually impaired.

In short, The National Federation of the Blind wants Apple to eliminate the exclusionary drawbacks of its products and services for those with difficulty perceiving sight and sound.

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Why mHealth Service Providers May Want to Put More Focus on Android


Why mHealth Service Providers May Want to Put More Focus on Android   mHealth news mHealth iOS Android ABI Although iOS devices like Apple’s iPad and iPhone remain the most popular and ubiquitous of mobile devices among doctors and other medical professionals, mHealth is a two-way street. That is, mHealth works optimally when both patient and provider are connected in a seamless, efficient manner on their favorite devices.

Consequently, it’s vitally important to recognize an unmistakable truth in modern mobile – Android is surging ahead of iOS, most recently in the realm of tablet computers.

This year is expected to be a watershed for the tablet installed base, ABI reported this week, with active Android devices surpassing iOS for the first time.
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Health Apps Nourish iOS owners, Fitness Gets Workout on Android


Health Apps Nourish iOS owners, Fitness Gets Workout on Android   smartphones smartphone apps Mobile Apps iOS Android Health and fitness are two of the sweatiest categories of apps on smartphones. By sweatiest, we mean that apps that help people count calories, log meals, get fitness regimens, and more are really getting a workout by increasingly fit-conscious consumers.

But here’s the post-app rubdown: there’s a difference between Android and iPhone users.

Who knew? Opera Mediaworks, as it turns out. When the firm evaluated 500 million monthly ad impressions on more than 400 of its mobile ad platforms and apps, Opera Mediaworks concluded that iPhone users are more interested in health (62 percent vs. 58 percent for fitness), while Android users are more interested in fitness (39 percent vs. 30 percent).

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WebMD Prescribes New Features on iOS App


WebMD Prescribes New Features on iOS App   WebMD mobile health app iOS Healthy Target apps On Monday, WebMD launched WebMD Healthy Target, an integrated health improvement program that uses biometric device data from activity trackers, wireless scales and glucose meters, on its popular iOS app.

The impact, we’re told, is the app’s ability to deliver tailored, physician-reviewed, contextually relevant content and motivational tips to individuals looking to develop lasting health-conscious habits.

“WebMD Healthy Target will provide valuable assistance to individuals looking to manage chronic conditions like Type 2 diabetes and obesity, as well as to a broader audience interested in achieving their fitness goals or more generally living a healthier lifestyle,” a provided statement reads.

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HealthKit Could Generate Billions for Apple


HealthKit Could Generate Billions for Apple   iOS 8 iOS HealthKit Apple news apple Is Apple poised to broker billions in profits from its foray into the healthcare sector?

Very possibly, yes.

An illuminating recent post on the LinkedIn blog by Shekhar Sharad begins with this introduction: “If you are from the technology world and have not been sleeping under a rock for the past decade, then you would have regardless heard that Apple kicked off their WWDC conference yesterday. Apple is known for releasing really cool gadgets that all of us can geek out at; Apple definitely did that.”

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mHealth is The Next Mountain Apple Seeks to Conquer


mHealth is The Next Mountain Apple Seeks to Conquer   mobile tech Mobile Devices iOS Apple rumors apple Today, the wearables market is gaining steam to an extent previously unimaginable only a few short years ago. And although Apple is yet to dazzle us with the long-rumored iWatch we’re under the impression is coming soon, it now appears that Apple’s inaugural smartwatch is just the beginning of Apple’s mHealth ambitions.

According to sources in the know, Apple is actively planning a robust mHealth platform that could be driven by its own iOS mHealth app store.

The evidence of Apple’s interest in mHealth is undeniable. The company has been hiring senior medical technology executives in droves. And they’ve made other telling moves in the realm of biotechnology. At the end of the day, it all adds to up to a strong indication of Apple’s future plans.

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