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December 4, 2011  5:35 PM

The next generation of consumer friendly medical devices



Posted by: RedaChouffani
Apps, health & fitness devices, mhealth, mHealth apps, mHealth devices, mobile health, Remote patient monitoring, telehealth, Zeo

With the rise of smartphones and other mobile devices, many physicians are wondering how these technologies are going to impact their patient / physician relationships. For most, these smarthones are allowing caregivers to communicate with their patients, while...

November 6, 2011  10:00 PM

What are some of the technologies that would be part of tomorrow’s hospital?



Posted by: RedaChouffani
Clinical decision support, High tech hospital, Hospital of the future, mhealth, mobile health, Real-time health monitoring, Remote patient monitoring, Systems integration

In October of 2011, Microsoft released a video on YouTube outlining what it envisions technology and productivity will be like in the future. And the message was clear: for individuals on the go, at...


October 9, 2011  10:16 PM

Virtual office visits to compete with local specialists groups



Posted by: RedaChouffani
mhealth, mobile health, outsourced, Remote patient monitoring, Teleconferencing, telehealth, virtual office visits

Often when discussing outsourcing in healthcare, the first things we tend to think about are outsourcing software development, billing, call...


July 17, 2011  9:56 PM

The business of telehealth services



Posted by: RedaChouffani
mhealth, Remote patient monitoring, telehealth

Video conferencing has proven to be a cost effective, efficient and relatively easy way for people to communicate across state and national boarders. And with the increased adoption of VoIP and recessions, many organizations are reducing their travel expenses by...


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