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The secret ingredient for mHealth success

The secret ingredient for mHealth success

  In my work I’m often asked “what do I need to do to make my mHealth product a success?” I’ve recently worked out the one essential ingredient that you need to have, and it may not be obvious. Of course, you do need to have a […]

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6 fatal flaws of smartwatches for health users

6 fatal flaws of smartwatches for health users

So the Apple watch finally came out, and predictably there was a tsunami of media attention with some fairly immoderate comments about it ‘revolutionising healthcare’ along with quite a few sceptical voices along the lines of ‘how useful is this really?’ From an mHealth point of view […]

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It’s time for medtechs to liberate my data

It’s time for medtechs to liberate my data

I was recently shocked to hear just how far patients and carers are having to go, simply to access their own health data from their medical devices for the commonest conditions. Surely it’s time for an end to this inexcusable barrier to patient and carer involvement in […]

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A scorecard for mHealth

A scorecard for mHealth

This time last year I risked making some predictions for mHealth in 2014. I thought I’d revisit those, not so much to see if I was right (unimportant) but to deliver a scorecard for progress made (very important). Prediction 1: mHealth will be led by consumerisation in […]

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A regional recipe for mHealth

A regional recipe for mHealth

I’ve commented before that the USA has too often led the way in mHealth and digital health, but I was pleased to see a report this week that indicated signs of life in Europe, and possibly a pointer to how we can see repeatable success. A quiet […]

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Are you ready for ‘digital medicine’?

Are you ready for ‘digital medicine’?

I’m prompted this week by an article in the Huffington Post by Peter Hames the CEO of Big Health, referring to the concept of ‘digital medicine’. So what exactly is ‘digital medicine’? The term ‘digital medicine’ has been coined to convey the concept of digital and mobile […]

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Fun with Google and mHealth

Fun with Google and mHealth

Well it’s the last day of summer here in the UK (although it felt like summer ended sometime in July), so I’ve been in a lighter mood than usual. Just for fun I’ve been playing with a favourite website of mine, Google Trends. Some of you may […]

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mHealth needs story-tellers

mHealth needs story-tellers

This week I’ve been thinking hard about how we can make mHealth relevant in the real world. I was prompted by two quite different news items that I saw that felt like obvious calls to action: In the first story from the UK, the Telegraph were commenting […]

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What BYOD means for mHealth

What BYOD means for mHealth

I’m writing this week about ‘BYOD’ – Bring Your Own Device – and what it means for mHealth. A few weeks ago I wrote about ‘medicine in the cloud’ and how the cloud computing concept could be applied to the virtualisation of medical resources. BYOD can be […]

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Good news for mHealth

Good news for mHealth

I’m a keen follower of news relating to mHealth and digital health, and the last week or so brought some very exciting news. Breaking news A few weeks ago I wrote about the huge communications gap surrounding mHealth, and pointing out that mHealth could never enter the mainstream […]

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