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Putting the ‘m’ in mental health

Putting the ‘m’ in mental health

This week I’m writing about the huge potential to address perhaps the most prevalent chronic condition on the planet – mental illness. Now, when I say putting the ‘m’ in I am of course talking about mHealth – but why is this is so important for mental […]

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Why we need ‘Medicine in the Cloud’

Why we need ‘Medicine in the Cloud’

I’ve written before about the trend of clinicians starting to show real leadership in digital health and I highlighted one of those clinicians, Professor Shahid Ali, and the fantastic work he was doing with care planning in his Bradford practice. This week I was fortunate to hear […]

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The death of wearables?

The death of wearables?

There’s been a lot of buzz around over the last few weeks on the wearables market, and whether wearables and activity trackers have a viable market niche in the mHealth world. Articles such as: Nike fires majority of Fuelband team And this one from CNN Money, where […]

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Regulatory risks and mHealth

Regulatory risks and mHealth

This week’s blog concerns the topic of regulation in mHealth.  Before you all fall asleep (OK, regulation can be a little dull) let me explain why.  This week I was astonished to learn how few mHealth software applications have been approved as medical devices.   Regulatory approvals – […]

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Now doctors wake up to digital health

Now doctors wake up to digital health

For my blog this week I want to continue on the theme I started last week, inspired by a fresh optimism for my prediction that 2014 will be the year that mHealth and digital health would start to be led by professionals.    Why so optimistic? The reason for […]

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The future’s bright for mHealth

The future’s bright for mHealth

This week my blog is prompted by an item I noticed, amongst the usual torrent of all the mHealth and digital health news, announcing an mHealth research collaboration between Samsung and the University of California San Francisco.  It wasn’t remarkable in itself but confirmed a pattern I’ve […]

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