Why mobile technology may well define the future of healthcare… for everyone.

Why mobile technology may well define the future of healthcare... for everyone.

the provision of health care through the use of mobile devices or M health is becoming a global reality the lower costs immediacy and widespread availability of mobile technology are changing the way patients receive their care making health care faster better and cheaper according to PwC commissioned research by The Economist Intelligence Unit the general perception in the marketplace is that M health will have a significant impact on the delivery of health care and bring about fundamental changes to the way the industry provides health care and does business M health is already having an impact throughout the world and at different rates of adoption with emerging markets moving faster than developed markets and yet significant barriers to adoption must be overcome perceptions between doctors and their patients vary both doctors and patients see the promise of M health but while patients believe it will improve access and lower costs some doctors perceive M health as a disruption of their traditional roles meanwhile payers will evaluate M health based on its potential value to the industry and to their customers they align themselves more closely to patient interests based on M Health's ability to help with wellness and prevention despite varying perspectives among key stakeholders change is coming businesses will need to develop patient centric business models that focus on optimized clinical outcomes value for money and patient satisfaction they will need to create solutions which are fully integrated and operable as part of a new healthcare ecosystem in this changing industry climate the differentiation between a health care strategy and a mobile healthcare strategy will be dissolved mobile healthcare strategy is critical because mobile is beginning to defined a few you you

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