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New App Allows Caregivers to Comprehensively Monitor Elderly


New App Allows Caregivers to Comprehensively Monitor Elderly   senior care mHealth apps mHealth Elder Care App ECA app Elder Care App (ECA) has launched in Apple’s App Store, generating positive reactions as an “all-in-one senior care coordination tool” that allows the caregiver of a senior to create a senior’s profile or join an established care network, track and share their daily activities, and more.

According to the app’s makers, the innovative platform allows a caregiver to:

  • Track and share daily living information (sleeping times, meals and diets, grocery lists, schedules, tasks, and goals)
  • Track and share medical information (medication administration, record of vital signs, and full medical records)
  • Record and share final plans (advanced directives, notifications of accounts, and funeral plans)
  • Build care networks and share data using a permissions-based model (create events, send invitations, send messages to care network, create and assign tasks, and determine access levels for each user)

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mHealth Apps Market Ready to ‘Transform and Roll Out’


mHealth Apps Market Ready to ‘Transform and Roll Out’   Samsung mHealth apps mHealth Google apple It sounds like a quote from Optimus Prime. But, in reality, it’s the mHealth apps market that is ready to “transform and roll out.” The only question is: Who will lead this nascent market?

With Apple, Google, and Samsung joining the mHealth market, more and more dominant transformations are plausible in the future. And right now, it’s anyone’s market for the taking.

ABI Research has been taking a close look at the market. The initial results show that, the 2-year study of the most popular health and fitness apps “reveals very little continuity in the popularity of specific mHealth applications.”

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Mobile Apps for Ankle Sprains? Not Yet… or Ever


Mobile Apps for Ankle Sprains? Not Yet... or Ever   Wasatch Foot and Ankle Utah mobile applications mHealth apps mHealth foot doctor app One of the most searched for health related applications on iOS or Android today is that which would help suffers of ankle sprains deal with or recover from their injury.

But practical apps that could do any legitimate good for ankle sprain patients are almost entirely lacking altogether. Why? Because there are, indeed, some limits to mobile health technology.

“The biggest misconception about mHealth,” says Jessica Reins, a healthcare worker based in Chicago, “is that there’s an app for everything. And that’s not true. Sometimes, you have to see a specialist.”
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Infographic: The Biggest mHealth Growth Market May Be Wearables


Infographic: The Biggest mHealth Growth Market May Be Wearables   wearables Mobiquity mHealth apps infographic Despite recent reports to the contrary, which suggest that the wearables market is quickly cooling, a new report from Mobiquity paints a different picture entirely.

According to the data shared with mHealthWatch, over half of mHealth app users (defined as users of mobile health and fitness apps) intend to purchase and use wearable devices to better track their progress and general wealth and wellness.

What’s more, 63 percent of these individuals plan to use wearables daily.
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The 4 Key Points For Accelerating mHealth Adoption


The 4 Key Points For Accelerating mHealth Adoption   mobile health mHealth apps mHealth Mobile technology has had a dramatic impact on the way many industries conduct business, and has produced many timesaving tools for both personal and professional lives. As mobile health continues to evolve, developers need to learn how to hone in on the 4 key points below to have the best success of accelerating consumer adoption.

Know Your Demographic

Knowing your demographic is essential for knowing the habits that consumers in your target audience have developed. This includes gathering data such as age, gender, and annual salary.

Accessibility

Technology continues to evolve, so it is essential to ensure that your mobile apps and tools are compatible with the most current mobile devices such as iPhones, Android devices, and tablets. However, many consumers may also require laptop and PC compatibility too.

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Patient Adoption Rates Fueling The Growth of mHealth


Patient Adoption Rates Fueling The Growth of mHealth   Tech news mobile applications mHealth apps mHealth health While many healthcare professionals are still on the fence when it comes to mobile apps that patients can use to track and monitor various aspects of their health and well-being, everyday Americans are turning to mobile apps at a rapid rate. This leads many to believe that healthcare professionals may need to embrace mHealth in order to stay competitive in today’s tech savvy world.

At current date, 70% of Americans currently use some type of mobile app to manage and monitor their health and well-being. On top of that, 63% are interested in mHealth apps with more advanced reporting, tracking, and healthcare related features.

Currently the most popular mHealth apps are those that track daily caloric intake, weight, and physical activity. 53% of individuals who utilize mHealth apps to monitor their caloric intake found that they consume more calories on a daily basis than they had estimated, and another 23% found that they are less physically active than they had estimated.

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Strategy Analytics: Nike Still Dominates Mobile Health Apps


Strategy Analytics: Nike Still Dominates Mobile Health Apps   Strategy Analytics Nike mHealth apps mHealth apps Strategy Analytics is out with a new report that takes a close look at the market for health and fitness apps. What was the biggest finding?

Nike is still king of the app genre.

However, the report summarizes, contributions (current or in the works) from Adidas, Reebok, Under Armour, Puma, Asics, New Balance, Fila, and Converse can’t be discounted.
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