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Millenial on a laptop
By Laura Lovett 02:37 pm February 12, 2019
When it comes healthcare, young adults expect more technology and nontraditional settings to be integrated into their care than previous generations, according to a new study released by Accenture at HIMSS19 this morning. The study found that Gen Zers and millennials are much less likely to have a primary care doctor than older generations. In fact, only 67 percent of millennials and 55 percent...
By Brian Dolan 01:45 am November 12, 2009
This past week was a big one for wireless health -- on all fronts. Here's how the week's news broke down: Clinicians: Mt. Sinai and Mayo Clinic each forged ahead with wireless remote monitoring tools and patient-facing mobile applications. A team at Mt. Sinai worked on a pilot program with with wireless health start-up CareSpeak that used text message reminders to increase the rate of adherence...
By Brian Dolan 12:36 pm July 22, 2009
Epocrates announced that more than 100,000 physicians are routinely using its iPhone app. The company also has applications for BlackBerry, Palm and Windows Mobile devices, and an active network of more than 750,000 healthcare professionals. Epocrates says it entire user base averages 10 million monographs per month via its various applications. "With a decade to refine our clinical content and...
By Brian Dolan 09:06 am June 2, 2009
Michael Goldberg of Mohr Davidow Ventures (MDV) is currently, actively pursuing start-ups in the personalized medicine sector, including companies that make use of wireless sensors to collect clinically-actionable data for point-of-care. Goldberg's firm recently invested in wireless remote monitoring company Corventis. mobihealthnews recently had the opportunity to discuss MDV's interest in the...