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How to Implement EHRs the Right Way

For about five years we have been talking about Electronic Health Records (EHR) that will eventually bring the healthcare industry into the industrial age. To encourage adoption, the government has provided incentives along with deadlines. However, EHR mandates have penalties for those that do not meet deadlines for implementation. It’s all about proving “meaningful use” and if you...
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Medical Software Types and Examples

The past few years saw cutting-edge medical technology growing at a rapid-fire pace while completely revolutionizing the way people live and work. Apparently, the innovative technology solutions have made a substantial effect on how medical software addresses needs of all healthcare stakeholders.
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How Blockchain Technology Can Take eHealth App Development to the Next Level

You might have heard about Bitcoin and Blockchain over the past couple of years, but for the most part it might have been in relation to nefarious activities. As a result, blockchain technology in healthcare may come as a surprise.
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What It Takes To Build the Internet of Medical Things (IoMT)

Medicine has traditionally been evidence-based where patients are prescribed drugs or given treatment based on proven clinical research. The term “evidence-based medicine” or “EBM” was only coined in the early 90s, but the concept has existed for much longer.
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State of Telehealth in USA vs EU 2015

The idea of telemedicine (also known as telehealth) isn’t something new and it’s been around for many decades starting out in distant villages of Africa as a single way for patients to get any medical help at all. In the last 15 years telehealth has been successfully implemented in 12 countries.
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How Virtual Reality Is Used in Telemedicine

Virtual Reality (VR) in healthcare is expected to reach a market value of $3.8 billion by 2020. So the value of this technology and the resulting demand is hardly a surprise.
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Virtual Reality As a Mental Health Therapy Platform

In healthcare, Virtual Reality (VR) is often referred to one of 3 types of systems: a VR environment presented on a flat screen, a head-mounted display and a room-based system such as CAVE. Although all three systems are very different, they have one common feature - the ability to introduce stereoscopic depth that creates the illusion that all objects we see exist in a virtual space.

Interim Results of mHealth App Developer Economics Survey 2016

A couple of days ago I received an invitation from research2guidance to participate in their 6th Annual mHealth App Developer Economics Survey 2016. I followed the survey link,...

How Big Data Improves Quality of Mobile Health Apps

Patterns, predictions, customer preferences, and trends. This is Big Data. Mobile apps can predict the outcome of user trends by analyzing big data. This leads us to greater...

Meet Intersog at HIMSS 2016

Intersog's VP Marketing will be attending U.S. largest eHealth event - the 2016 Annual Conference & Exhibition by Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society...

State of mHealth Apps Security 2016

The 5th annual report on the “State of Application Security 2016” that was recently published by Arxan raises an important question: How secure are mobile health control...

VideoMedicine, Inc. Leads mHealth in 2016 with Best Innovation and Functionality

Telemedicine is a rapidly-expanding market, the value of which is expected to reach $27.3 billion in 2016 and $52.3 billion by 2022. As a result, the healthcare industry is...

Mobile Health Apps and Security

With smartphone and wearable technology taking over our daily lives, health and wellness apps have grown in vast numbers. Consumers have been ecstatic with mobile health apps....

Mobile Health Development: App Privacy Impact Assessment Questions

In March 2015, the European Commission (EC) presented their last draft of mHealth Development Code of Conduct that relies on self-assessment and self-declaration of mobile health...

What eHealth Experts Think About e-Prescribing Adoption

Some time ago we published a post about what's holding back electronic prescribing (e-prescribing) adoption in the U.S. primary care. Then I approached my LinkedIn connections...

Risks of Using Mobile Health Apps

According to FDA, there are 500 million smartphone users worldwide expected to use a mobile health app this year, and 50% of the more than 3.4 billion smartphone and tablet users...