Posts Tagged ‘mobile health’

#HIMSS15 Hot Topic: Remote Patient Monitoring and Big Data

I’m learning lots at HIMSS this week about remote patient monitoring. I’m very interested in the subject of harvesting data from patient monitoring devices and mashing it up with structured data about patients. I am awestruck when I consider the possibilities. “Personal IT” and remote patient monitoring technologies (RPM) are set for incredible growth and […]

#HIMSS15: Reducing Readmissions with Post Discharge Text Messages

Today I had the good luck to happen upon a #HIMSS15 session entitled “Improve Patient Engagement, Lower Readmissions with #mHealth.” I thought that was a bold statement to make on behalf of #mHealth. Since I’m a big sucker for a bold statement, I found myself drawn to the session like moth to flame. The session […]

Top 3 Reasons I'm Looking Forward to My First HIMSS

3 Patient Engagement Trends to Watch at #HIMSS15

Every year, the week of the National HIMSS conference is marked as the most exhilarating an exhausting week of the year. The exhaustion comes from all that walking. In fact, in this year’s #HIMSS15 Mix Tape, my contribution was that ol’ “I would walk 500 miles” songs from the 90’s. Fortunately, the exhilaration keeps me […]

Connected Health Top 10: #6 The Patient Digital #mHealth Platform

Patient mobile health (mHealth) is beginning to move beyond just a “cool technology” and toward more practical approaches for care delivery. According to PEW Research, over 90% of the world’s population has some type of mobile device, which makes mHealth technology an important connection point for both local and global health. This technology will bring: […]

Wearable Technology for All

The definition of wearable technology has changed as much as technology has in the last century. In the first waves of wearable technology we got the calculator watch, you know the one, featured in back to the future. Although we have yet to see a hover board, wearable technology has gone to unbelievable heights. From […]

Creepy or Cool? A View of Connected Health in 2025

One of the fun aspects of my job is research. I get to research the Connected Health trends to understand where the market is headed and how to then prepare healthcare organizations for those changes to capitalize off of the advantage of public health meets good timing meets technology. I typically chart the trends out […]

Smoking Cessation Apps are good. Text programs are even better.

We are big fans of mobile health. Why? Because there is 91% US adult adoption of mobile phones. That same percent keeps their phone with them 24/7. As a result, these billions of tiny devices the world over create a networked lifeline that can be a critical tool for healthcare. That’s why we originally wrote […]

#TexasHIMSS: Mobile Health at Rockdale Medical Center

At Texas HIMSS today I was able to view a use case for Enterprise Mobile. That’s the term I use to describe the use of mobile devices internal to a healthcare organization. In this case, Rockdale enabled a single point of workflow across disparate data sources and care locations to enable physicians via a mobile […]

The Three G’s of Mapping….Is Healthcare a Leader?

Ok, it’s true. I’m a closet geek. I think no one knows how much I love maps. (Lesli Adams, my colleague at Perficient, often describes herself as a geek so this is homage to her). There are so many different kinds of maps, so which ones do I favor, you ask? I think the best […]

A Love Letter to Meaningful Use – #HIMSS14

It seems appropriate on Valentine’s Day to write love letters. This is my letter of adoration to Meaningful Use. In the past, I have written about how much time and productivity is wasted in the average physician’s office handling phone calls about prescription refills. My physician’s office has successfully implemented their EMR software, and the […]

App Annie Ranks #mHealth

From the fun-loving portal chap that brought us Find a Provider tools that don’t make babies cry (read: Mark Polly), I bring to you a ranking of Mobile Health apps by App Annie. App Annie a ranking app that uses app store analytics and market intelligence to rank and visualize an app’s download, revenue, ranking, […]

Healthcare Gamification: Avoiding Chocolate Covered Broccoli

Last week, at IBM Connect, I met an individual with the coolest title in all Profession Land: Global Lead for Serious Games. Her name is Phaedra Boinodiris, and after sitting in on her Birds of a Feather chat, along with a post chat dinner filled with good eats and new friends, I wanted to open […]

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