Innovation is essential to the continued transformation of health and lives through IT. Innovative ideas, processes and solutions improve safety, quality, communication, efficiency, satisfaction, and outcomes, and they reduce the cost of care.
When we think of innovation, we often think of the invention of something new. But true innovation is not found in new ideas alone – or in the creative reframing of previous ideas. It is found in the execution, Continue reading “THE POWER OF INNOVATION AND TRANSFORMATION”
The rise of devices that helps us understand our health is imminent. If you own a smart phone, chances are that you are already aggregating health and fitness data. The good news is that using and understanding that data could improve your quality of life. Young children are more plugged in than ever, according to a new Asurion/Parents survey. And while moms are managing kids’ media use, they could be doing even more to protect them.
For example, EyeForcer (Developed by Dr. Vahid Sahiholnasab) is a new, revolutionary and lightweight wearable device that promotes safe and Continue reading “Healthcare & Smart Technology”
We can’t deny the high level of impact that mobile will bring to the Healthcare industry. It’s not coincidence that according to a new market research report, mHealth solutions is poised to reach USD 59.15 Billion by 2020. Mobility is transforming healthcare, as providers embrace new ways of working to deliver better care, more quickly, to patients anywhere.
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Let’s get something clear, healthcare is one of the grand challenges of the 21 century, but now we are presented with an great opportunity, technology and mobile devices provide a chance to challenge (and improve) the way we think about healthcare. Today 90% of the world is covered with mobile phones, this means that we have an unprecedented chance to not just increase and improve communication between patients and providers, we can also improve on our data collection accelerating scientific research.
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The Mobile Health (mHealth) industry is growing rapidly and this brings new challenges to developers. This industry will bring a $31 billion market by the year 2020 and hackers are following the money. As developers we need to implement security but we have the challenge to not make that security bring difficulty to the end user.
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