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TECHNOLOGY ROUTE TO OVERCOME HEALTHCARE GAPS!

The healthcare industry is undergoing a significant transformation. From placing greater reliance on bots to unlocking the value of data, healthcare providers foresee a tremendous amount of work to do.

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4 WAYS TELEHEALTH BENEFITS HEALTHCARE PROVIDERS

It’s not surprising to see people embracing telehealth. Well, they were already using wearables and mobile health apps, and now look for options to connect with their doctors virtually. With emerging healthcare IT solutions like telehealth, patients can now have a video consultation with their physicians right from their homes.

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Telehealth Services – Redefining the Healthcare Industry

Technology has reformed the way we deal with our day-to-day-matters – how we purchase goods and services, stay in touch with our family & friends, and even search for information about health issues.

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Do Patients find mHealth apps intuitive?

There are over 165,000 mhealth apps on Android app store and Apple iTunes store, yet the usability tends to be low. Multiple surveys have found that most of the health apps aren’t used for long after download. A recent study by University of California at San Francisco (UCSF) revealed that majority of the mhealth apps are too difficult to use.

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More Than 58% of Users downloaded at least one mHealth App

  In a survey conducted by researchers at NYU Langone Medical Center, it was found that over 58 percent of users had downloaded one of the estimated 40,000 available health-related mobile applications mHealth Apps.

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96% of Consumers Believe mHealth Apps Will Improve Quality of Care

Clinicians are keen on integrating mobile health (mHealth) apps into their practices. A recent survey reveals that 46 percent of clinicians are planning to integrate some form of mHealth apps to enhance patient experience over the next five years. The survey included over 500 healthcare professionals and 1000 mHealth app users. The findings are a clear indicator of the potential of mHealth apps in healthcare.

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