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The predictable outcome when you try and add video consulting to the broken hospital centric healthcare model…

Man told he’s going to die by doctor on video-link robot mHealth Insights This is a terrible news story for those keen to see the modernisation of how healthcare is  delivered particularly as Kaiser was the world’s first major Healthcare … Continue reading

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mHealth guide to Mobile World Congress 2019

Last year mHealth fell off the radar for the GSMA and there was no mHealth content at the world’s biggest mobile industry conference and exhibition (held annually in Barcelona – https://mhealthinsight.com/2017/01/31/mhealth-guide-to-the-2017-mobile-world-congress/ https://www.mwcbarcelona.com/conference-programmes/agenda/#day=7808&keyword=health           GLOMO Awards: Fourth … Continue reading

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mHealth Guide to HIMSS19

Next week (11-15 February 2019) in Orlando (USA) 45,000 delegates will attend the world’s biggest Healthcare IT Conference and Exhibition and we’ll be there for meetings and to learn about and share mHealth innovations with readers of the mHealth Insight … Continue reading

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Apple’s Tim Cook to CNBC’s Jim Cramer: “Apple’s greatest contribution to mankind will be about health”

Tim Cook teases new Apple services to come in 2019. Related Post: Apple senior management have made it clear: they’re going all in on Healthcare (October 2017).

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mHealth Events to attend in 2019

In 2018 there were 39 mHealth events held around the world (in Australia, Dubai, France, Germany, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Netherlands, New Zealand, Russia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Taiwan, UK and the USA). It’s interesting to note that this number is once … Continue reading

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Reuters Health: Telemedicine surging in US but still uncommon

“Although telemedicine visits have increased sharply in the U.S. in recent years, the vast majority of American adults still receive care from doctors in person rather than via remote technology, a new study suggests. The goal of telemedicine is to help … Continue reading

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Abraar Karan: Has the physical exam had its day?

Abraar Karan (an internal medicine resident at the Brigham and Women’s Hospital) shares a fascinating opinion piece in the BMJ. “The physical exam needs to change to make the most of technological advancements, says Abraar Karan. I received my first stethoscope … Continue reading

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