Mallesh Murgesan
February 27, 2015
Mallesh Murugesan, who oversaw mHealth initiatives at Miami Children's Hospital before going on to launch Abeyon, says Big Data will play a more important role in the future, as silos fall and interoperability rises. Read More

New on mHealth News

February 26, 2015
Kryptiq finds that most providers would adopt a care management platform for chronic patients within the year that meets CMS reimbursement guidelines and might... More
February 25, 2015
Two apps that promised to analyze smartphone photos of a mole for melanoma risk are being sanctioned for making those claims without evidence. It's not... More
February 25, 2015
American Well's new Telemed Tablet is designed to enable doctors at the bedside to instantly connect with specialists and other care team members for... More
February 24, 2015
A Columbia School of Nursing study finds that clinicians using clinical decision support apps at the point of care can diagnose serious chronic conditions at a... More
February 24, 2015
UnitedHealth adds four functions to its Health4Me app, and will study whether user interest is high enough to add more features. More
February 23, 2015
A San Francisco-based startup is expecting big things of the kubi, a remote-controlled tablet stand that enables healthcare providers to manage the telehealth... More
February 23, 2015
As mobility makes its presence known, we're left to wonder what's happening to the doctor's bedside manner –- and whether patients really care... More
February 20, 2015
Gene Fry, Scrypt's vice president of technology and compliance officer, takes a look at the challenges that mobile devices have placed on healthcare... More
February 20, 2015
Personal Connected Health Alliance vice president Rob Havasy, who also has ties to Continua and Partners' Healthcare's Center for Connected Health,... More
February 19, 2015
The state's medical board moves forward to restrict telephone consults as a first point of contact between doctor and patient -- a ruling that doesn'... More
Events & Conferences

By Eric Wicklund Three Swiss companies are jumping into the wearables market with new versions of their wristwatches... More

By Eric Wicklund The company announces a March 9 event in San Francisco -- reportedly to detail what it'll... More

By Chris Watson Across countries and continents there is a movement to drive the use of mobile technology to engage... More

White Papers and Webinars
A look back (and forward) 2014 mHealth Summit This year's mHealth Summit, held Dec. 7-11 at the Gaylord National Resort and Conference Center just outside Washington D.C., offered an interesting analysis of the state of the industry going into 2015. From consumer engagement to global mHealth initiatives to the Apple HealthKit craze, the hot topics and trends were on full display. Here's what we saw at the summit, and what we expect to see in the future.
A look at the top trends to follow next year in mHealth, as glimpsed at last week's conference in the nation's capital.More
Comedic jolts about drugs, diarrhea, the incredibly short lifespan of wearables and more from this week's conference. More
Sometimes the best-intentioned mHealth project falls flat, thanks to a misplaced accent mark or an attractive model. As attendees at a special session at the ...More
All the smart devices in the world won't advance care if the data remains invisible. Which means that consumers must be compelled, and it has ...More
Analytical grading comes to health apps, with the aim of supplementing the physician-patient interaction. More
The developer of a platform that mines social media data to track infectious diseases says it can be used to monitor everything from the flu ...More
Virtual house calls are making a difference in the lives of patients who otherwise would not have access to specialist consultations.More
Federal, state and private regulations are moving toward increasing acceptance of mobile and connected health's capabilities. That means new considerations for those striving to get ...More
Startups are raising big bucks to help make it happen.More
Questions about security and the potential to flood doctors with unnecessary data came to the fore this week, triggering the question: Will Apple's HealthKit follow ...More
Creating long-term relationships requires new approaches that follow consumers' wishes on how they want to interact with healthcare stakeholders.More
Current use cases demonstrate the technology's viability and potential to cut healthcare costs. More
'The takeaway is you have to get outside your garage,' an innovator tells his audience during a panel session at the mHealth Summit.More
An mHealth Summit panel discusses different ways to keep the care team in real-time communication with each other - a necessary tactic that saves money, ...More
One of the nation's foremost experts on connected health offered words of caution during an opening keynote Monday at the mHealth Summit. And while the ...More
At the mHealth Summit, top gamer shows how it's done.More
mHealth privacy and security experts attending a Sunday symposium at the mHealth Summit say healthcare workers will look for shortcuts if log-ins and other security ...More
mHealth companies like Validic, exhibiting at this week's 2014 mHealth Summit, are looking to give healthcare providers the information they need -- no matter where ...More