Nick van Terhayden
October 24, 2014
The chief medical officer at Nuance discusses how speech recognition is "reinventing the relationship between people and technology," but he doesn't see a future for products that purport to study the brain. Read More

New on mHealth News

October 24, 2014
The World Health Organization said that an Android-based app and social media figured prominently in the country's efforts to get Ebola under control. More
October 24, 2014
Much of the discussion at the first day of Partners Connected Health Symposium focused on consumer engagement -- and how technology can show us the difference... More
October 23, 2014
A trio of organizations has banded together to predict a life-threatening medical complication, and in so doing, ultimately boost care delivery to critically... More
October 23, 2014
Applications engineered to work with Apple's new health platform give healthcare providers the opportunity to harness health data for educating and... More
October 23, 2014
Changes in the healthcare landscape are boosting telehealth momentum, while technology advancements make the business case increasingly clear. More
October 22, 2014
A Virginia businessman calls on the federal agency to cover expenses for remote glucose monitoring and other mHealth platforms that allow diabetics and their... More
October 21, 2014
For wearables to catch on in healthcare, they're going to have to do more than they're doing now. More
October 21, 2014
A new peer review service will subject health apps to an assessment by physicians and possibly consumers. But it promises to raise as many questions as it... More
October 20, 2014
A new series of programs will delve into such critical issues as how data should be collected, shared and protected in ways that can help doctors and their... More
October 20, 2014
A recent survey finds that clinicians who use mobile devices report fewer problems adapting to EHRs -- and are more likely to find value in them -- than those... More
Events & Conferences
BLOGS

By Rafael Grossman Almost all that we learned in medical school is now potentially outdated or obsolete. The way we... More

By Tom Sullivan The agency is investigating infusion pumps, implantable heart devices, medical imaging and... More

By David Lee Scher, MD Physician key opinion leaders (KOLs) have been viewed as a valuable resource in the pharmaceutical... More

White Papers and Webinars
 
Payers come to the forefront in mHealth Money matters It's often been said that the only way that mHealth will succeed is if providers are reimbursed for using it. That's a rather simplistic solution, but it points to the influence that payers have on the emerging, consumer-directed healthcare landscape. So while health insurers are leading the way in deriving value from mHealth, they're also learning to redefine the technology's ROI.
In this Brave New World, the health insurance market must shift to a consumer-facing model, change its relationships with providers and be at the forefront ...More
Only 1 in 4 U.S. adults tracks their fitness with a mobile device, but new research suggests doctors and payers could push that number much ...More
A two-year-old health plan in Utah is rolling out a new platform that reimburses providers for a wide range of telehealth services.More
Targeting affluent people is one thing - helping patients susceptible to a range of diseases make necessary lifestyle changes is altogether different. And it holds ...More
It's no secret that healthcare providers are rapidly incorporating mobile applications into their practices, using them to interact with colleagues or obtain medical intelligence to ...More
A Pacific Northwest-based health plan network's adoption of the Lively activity tracking platform indicates the payer market is reaping home-based health monitoring for both seniors ...More
A recent survey by the Teleperformance Group questions whether U.S. payers are doing all they can to meet their members' mHealth needs.More
In this blog we'll examine the promise virtual assistants hold for the healthcare payer market and the consumers of their services.More
Insurance companies who aren't reaching out to members via mobile devices are missing out on considerable traffic. At least according to Google queries. More
In previous posts I have talked about the importance of some of the major stakeholders (physicians, non-physician providers, hospitals and caregivers) in mHealth adoption. For ...More
Jonathan Linkous, CEO of the American Telemedicine Association, answeres one of the most common questions heard in healthcare these days - namely, how can a ...More
Revenue cycle management companies are developing mobile apps that give providers and instant link to a patient's health plans and insurance eligibility - and enabling ...More

Video