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Mobile Health News Weekly – Week of February 24, 2013

The Mobile Health News Weekly is an online newsletter made up of the most interesting news and articles related to mobile health that I run across each week.  I am specifically targeting information that reflects market data and trends.

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InTouch Health has launched the ControlStation App for iPad, an interface for doctors to provide real-time, acute telemedicine consults with patients. The app integrates streaming video with clinical patient data and medical radiology imaging tools through a single user login. Read Original Content

The battle between tablet computer manufacturers is heating up in the mobile healthcare market. In the latest salvo, Dell announced yesterday the launch of its new Latitude 10 tablet with enhanced security configuration. Read Original Content

There are about 40,000 health apps available for smartphones or tablets, produced by doctors, software developers, pharmaceutical companies and hospital systems, among others. The mobile health market is expected to reach $392 million in 2015, according to global industry analyst and consultancy firm Frost & Sullivan. Read Original Content

Webalo offers easy, fast, affordable enterprise mobility technology that can give employees productivity-enhancing, individualized mobile access to the enterprise data and tasks they rely on 100x faster than traditional mobile application development and at a fraction of the cost.  This newsletter is sponsored in part by Webalo.

Mobile healthcare in developing countries in sub-Saharan Africa could help save as many as one million lives over the next five years, according to a new report from mobile industry organization GSMA in collaboration with PricewaterhouseCoopers. Read Original Content

Doctors at UVa. Medical Center are hoping to help HIV patients with a smartphone app. Once completed, the smartphone app will be able send reminders, medical information and feedback from doctors. Read Original Content
The major tablet device and software manufacturers are beginning to discover there is a tremendous opportunity in the mobile healthcare industry, and it is likely that those who are earliest to participate will see the greatest initial returns. Read Original Content

The findings of CompTIA's Fourth Annual Healthcare IT Insights and Opportunities study point to healthcare providers moving beyond email and scheduling functions to uses such as medication monitoring and management, enabling remote access to health records and assisting patients in managing insurance claims. Read Original Content

According to new data released by research firm InMedica, the American telehealth market is predicted to grow by 600 percent between 2012 and 2017. While there are currently 227,000 U.S. telehealth patients, according to InMedica, that figure is forecast to reach up to 1.3 million patients in 2017. Read Original Content

The Marshfield Clinic’s research facility has won a national competition for the best mobile-app to improve heart health. Users enter their body statistics and health habits. The app then keeps track of the person’s risk factors for things like heart disease and stroke – and its lets people keep track of their progress in reducing those risk. Read Original Content

According to Judy Battista of the New York Times, the NFL will mandate the use of iPads to held administer concussion tests on the sidelines during games beginning next season. A few teams tested the iPad application last season that helps medical personnel to diagnose whether a player has sustained a concussion. Read Original Content

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