Mobile Computing Featured Articles
3 Steps To Digital Transformation And Monetizing IoT
Our world is becoming more connected, and the resulting digital transformation is impacting the way traditional healthcare equipment and technology companies operate. Is it time for your company to embrace the digital transformation and incorporate the Internet of Things (IoT) into your day-to-day operations?
How Mobile App Development Helps Precision Medicine
Mobile app development aims to help precision medicine in further evolution into the clinical realm.
How Mobile Technology Is Changing The Healthcare Industry
Today's healthcare environment is full of uncertainty for healthcare providers, their parents, and the insurance companies that help facilitate medical coverage for millions of Americans. With recent changes to the United States medical insurance policies and changes in reimbursement throughout the industry, costs are expected to rise for the majority of Americans retaining healthcare insurance coverage.
Remote Care Management Technologies In 2018: Tracking 3 Key Drivers
Healthcare organizations continue to adopt information technology for better patient care. Headlining these innovations are technologies for remote care management, providing patients with an immediate link to their care team for regular monitoring at home, or wherever they happen to be.
5 Health IT Trends To Watch For In 2018
More of the same and plenty of the new are on tap for health IT in 2018. Here are five trends to watch as the year unfolds.
The Lost Generation: Meeting The Communication Needs Of Baby Boomers
It’s been said before; the millennials want more technology in their healthcare. Millennials want to be able to text their doctor, and millennials are driving expectations for healthcare. But what about everybody else? Are millennials the only ones healthcare providers should cater to?
Mobile Devices And e-PHI: A Dangerous Combination?
Increasing numbers of healthcare professionals are using cellphones at work, as the benefits of being able to communicate with colleagues, gain access to information, and share data more freely become more widely recognized throughout the industry. One report suggests as many of 90 percent of clinicians, and around half of nurses and other staff members now use a smartphone at work, which isn't hugely surprising given 95 percent of Americans now own a cellphone of some kind.
Community Health Partnerships (CHP) – Increasing Employee Engagement To Make A Difference
Community Health Partnerships found that a mobile app platform helped keep employees highly engaged while improving communication across the organization.
How To Bypass Challenges Of Testing Healthcare Mobile Apps
Today, there are apps that cover almost every area of services like banking, retail, travel and more. Healthcare providers have raised their awareness of mobile platforms, too. For healthcare providers, it’s very important to run each of enterprise apps through quality assurance (QA) in order to avoid security and performance issues as they contain users’ sensitive information such as personal details and health status.
5G Healthcare: How To Ensure Data-Driven Care And Support
While recent debates have settled some key issues, the future of healthcare in the United States remains unclear, making it very hard to know precisely what tomorrow will bring. There are some certainties, however, already starting to shape what’s ahead for America’s healthcare. Among these, the need to address underserved populations and the emergence of a 5G network. As the next generation of mobile networks/wireless systems, 5G will transform healthcare capabilities, experiences and technologies and make it possible to reach populations that currently have insufficient access to care services.