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m-health

(Mobile-HEALTH) An umbrella term for body-worn electronic devices and mobile apps that are used in healthcare. M-health includes monitors worn by patients as well as sensors in smartphones that detect heartbeats and heart rhythms. It also encompasses the smartphone and tablet apps physicians and nurses use to obtain and disseminate information. See telemedicine.
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M2 PRESSWIRE-September 5, 2019-: Global mHealth Market Analysis 2019 - Dynamics, Trends, Revenue, Regional Segmented, Industry Players Outlook & Forecast Till 2025
The mHealth (mobile health) program, starting this month, is being implemented by the Center for Sustainable Development at the U.S.
ENPNewswire-August 6, 2019--HCL TECHNOLOGIES AND ORACLE HEALTH SCIENCES COLLABORATE TO ACCELERATE MHEALTH IN CLINICAL TRIALS
Last year Swedish micro-insurance company mHealth was launched as a loyalty programme for Smart Insurance subscribers.
Fortunately, RWD has the potential to deliver more effective evidence than traditional methodologies.2 RWD captured from mobile health technologies, or mHealth, can provide a more reliable real-time source of data than depending on self-reported information, and can be used to collect broader data points to support a wider range of RWE.
Consumers and caregivers are taking a more active role in healthcare and taking advantage of new mobile health (mHealth) apps and devices.
The number of remotely monitored patients worldwide grew by 41 per cent to 16.5 million in 2017 as the market acceptance continues to grow in several key verticals, said Berg Insight, a leading IoT market research provider in a new report on mHealth.
THURSDAY, June 7, 2018 (HealthDay News) -- Mobile health (mHealth) technology can potentially improve overall cardiovascular disease (CVD) risk, according to a review published online June 7 in the Canadian Journal of Cardiology.
Interrater reliability of mHealth app rating measures: analysis of top depression and smoking cessation apps.
Known as mobile health interventions (mHealth), such tools include dosing reminders, data concerning medication intake, and questions about care communicated electronically, all of which result in better feedback and improved communication between patients and their care providers.