Cleveland patients granted mobile health data access

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Cleveland Clinic patients will be able to access their health records via their iPhones. Patients will be able to obtain their personal health information and history through their computer or via mobile health data access through Health Records on iPhone and through the MyChart application. Patients will be able to see all their health records through the mobile apps. Regardless of whether patients obtain their mobile health data access via Health Records or MyChart, both will provide a full view of their health records. This includes information, such as allergies,…

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Mhealth to see staggering growth in device market

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Lux Research has released a report that indicates that by 2023, mobile health devices will reach $41.8 billion. According to the data that has been released in a recent report, the market for mhealth devices will be experiencing considerable growth by 2023, which will be driven by a massive demand for gadgets that will monitor vital signs, as well as in vitro diagnostic devices. The report showed that by the time that year has come to a close, the mobile health device market will reach $41.8 billion. This report was…

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Mobile payments are getting ready to take off in medical billing

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The healthcare industry is primed to take advantage of what smartphone billing has to offer. Consumer industries has shown considerable growth potential for mobile payments in everything from coffee shops to utility providers, and the healthcare industry has not failed to take notice of this opportunity. That said, healthcare has been slower to adopt these billing techniques than other areas. However, there are a number of different factors that are coming into play in 2013, which could cause this year to be a highly meaningful one for mobile payments, to…

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MSC — QR code for the medical world

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Researchers develop MSC to boost patient awareness QR codes have seen limited use from the medical community, typically filling a marketing role or used to track patient information. Researchers from the Medical University of Vienna in Austria and the Vienna University of Technology want to change that, however, and have been working of creating a QR code system that could be a major benefit to the medical world. The research team has fashioned what they call a “medical safety code” (MSC), which is a QR code that contains important information…

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FierceBiotech IT tests mobile technology with senior pharma, biotech, and IT leaders

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FierceBiotech IT has been updating pharmaceutical, biotechnology, IT leaders on the ways in which technology is moving forward, and that includes the use of mobile for the shaping of clinical research and trials. Mobile developers are already starting to make ground with some of the large drug making companies (and their deep pockets), as they come up with new devices and apps that help to streamline the various processes for product development, marketing and advertising, and sales. The mobile industry is starting to believe that there is a significant place…

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NFC becoming popular in the mobile health industry

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Google’s announcement of their new NFC-powered mobile wallet has opened the veritable floodgates for the technology. More people are aware of NFC and its capabilities than ever, leading many to wonder just how NFC will revolutionize mobile commerce. However, the technology has a myriad of uses that extend beyond contactless payments. NFC is seeing increasing use in the field of mobile health, often referred to as mHealth. mHealth is most often associated with mobile-based healthcare products, such as post-opt patients monitoring and healthcare staff management. NFC offers healthcare professionals an…

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