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Mind the (telehealth) Gap

Mind the (telehealth) Gap

For my blog this week I want to re-visit a topic I’ve called ‘the biggest barrier of all in mHealth adoption’ – that of communication. I was prompted to do this by a new survey this week from the UK government’s Technology Strategy Board which found that […]

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Take this mHealth app, 3 times a day

Take this mHealth app, 3 times a day

My blog this week is prompted by the most interesting news item of the week, although I don’t think it was widely publicised – the first mHealth app that is prescription-only.  The app in question is the Bluestar app for type 2 diabetics from Welldoc.  You will […]

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mHealth – the rise of the machines

mHealth – the rise of the machines

I’m going to interrupt my blog series on ‘mHealth Myths and Realities’ to look at some breaking news this week, which highlights one of the ways that mHealth will enter the mainstream in 2014. You may recall in an earlier blog that I predicted M2M connected medical […]

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mHealth Myths part 1

mHealth Myths part 1

OK I thought it was time to share some of my deeply-held beliefs about mHealth, based on the school of hard knocks experience I’ve had so far. I’m going to do a series of blogs on what I call ‘Myths and Realities of mHealth’ – and for […]

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mHealth Predictions 2014

mHealth Predictions 2014

For my second blog I’m diving into the murky pool of mHealth predictions for the year ahead. I appreciate I’m not the only one who will be rash enough to make predictions at this time of year, and I equally understand that not all of these will […]

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What is mHealth anyway?

What is mHealth anyway?

I thought I’d start my first blog with an attempt at a definition of mHealth – partly to make my views clear, and partly because I welcome contributions to this debate. And does a definition matter anyway? Let’s start with an external perspective though. According to the WHO […]

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