June 1, 2016
Headlines during the first six months of 2016 included a hard look at how employers should approach employee wellness programs, increased provider acceptance of patient generated health data, drawn-out telemedicine regulatory battles, underwhelming efficacy data, the rise of AI, a new payment model for primary care, steady digital health investments, a handful of notable mergers and acquisitions...
June 25, 2015
The first six months of 2015 have brought with them a pair of high-profile, digital health IPO announcements, a half dozen or more important policy moves, at least one new promising reimbursement code, and plenty of new health initiatives from the world's largest technology companies. There hasn't been a newsier six months in digital health's short history.
That's why there's no better way to...
May 19, 2015
Headlines during the first six months of 2015 touted increasing provider acceptance of patient generated health data, new remote care reimbursement codes, the rise of the smartwatch thanks to a certain major consumer electronics company, a cooling digital health investment trend, notable mergers and acquisitions and much, much more.
If you haven't had time to keep up -- or could benefit from a...
March 26, 2015
This afternoon -- in just minutes actually -- we'll be kicking off our next MobiHealthNews webinar: Digital health tools for physicians and nurses that fit their workflow.
In just a few short years smart mobile devices have become indispensable tools for clinicians. As device adoption peaks for providers, a growing number of digital health tools are now literally at clinicians' fingertips:...
March 3, 2015
In just a few short years smart mobile devices have become indispensable tools for clinicians. As device adoption peaks for providers, a growing number of digital health tools are now literally at clinicians' fingertips: clinical decision support software, patient education apps, smartphone-connected medical devices, secure messaging software, and many more.
While some providers have brought apps...
February 19, 2015
This afternoon -- in about two hours time -- MobiHealthNews will kick off our February webinar, Texting for Health: A proven patient engagement and communication strategy, at 2PM ET.
More than any other digital channel, text messaging is a proven way to improve patient engagement and health outcomes while remaining cost-effective for healthcare providers. From appointment reminders, to general...
February 5, 2015
More than any other channel, text messaging is a proven way to improve patient engagement and health outcomes while remaining cost-effective for healthcare providers. From appointment reminders, to general behavior change and managing chronic health conditions, studies increasingly show that text messaging is an effective tool for engaging patients. By communicating with people on an intimate...
January 29, 2015
This afternoon MobiHealthNews will host its first webinar of the year, aptly focused on Digital Health Trends in 2015. We already have almost 1,700 people registered for today's event, which starts very soon: at 2PM ET. But there is still time to sign up, and still room for more.
Bring your questions about the year ahead, join us for some predictions and our always jam-packed Q&A session....
December 16, 2014
This Thursday MobiHealthNews will be hosting our 2014 year-in-review webinar. The past year has been an important one for mobile and digital health. New consumer health offerings from the world's biggest tech companies, a record number of acquisitions, billions in investment dollars, apparent FDA de-regulation, and much, much more made the past 12 months eventful.
With the need for better patient...
October 16, 2014
In just a few short hours -- today at 2PM ET (11AM PT) we'll be kicking off the next complimentary MobiHealthNews webinar, Insights into the Success of Text Messaging for Health. During the presentations we'll cover data about the growing amount of efficacy studies focused on mobile health initiatives that make use of text messages. We'll also review a series of individual case studies that point...