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Is This The Doc For Me? MHealth Can Help.

Finding a new doctor can be a stressful and difficult situation for people, yet it is a normal part of adult life. A primary care physician can refer their patient to a specialist or other doctor, eliminating the difficult locating process; in some situations no referral is available, which leaves patients in a tight spot.

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mHealth and Community Health Centers

Healthcare is a field that can be unavoidably expensive. The latest developments and equipment are often only available to people with higher incomes, simply because of the money required to develop and maintain. Healthcare is also, however, a field that everyone needs at some point in their lives. For people with lower incomes, healthcare can

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Prescriptions, Pharmacies, and [web]Pages.

Prescription drugs are a now standard part of the adult american’s life. It is not unusual to have a cabinet filled with a plethora of medications, and the daily process of managing pills can be an immense hassle. In extreme cases, medication confusion can cause serious emergencies and have potentially fatal consequences. Missing a dose

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Apple Health and the mHealth Field

iOS8 was released this past Wednesday, September 17, and its newly integrated apps are being thoroughly explored. One of these apps is the “Health” app, an official app integrated into the software. The app comes automatically installed on any iPhone with iOS8, and it cannot be deleted. With Health, Apple is putting a face on

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App Provides New Level of Mobile Health Connectivity

The world of mobile healthcare is coming to the average joe, with a new app from the American Red Cross offering connectivity to any smartphone owner. Often thus far mHealth has been of the most importance to those suffering from chronic diseases or a frequent need for doctor’s consultation, but with this new app the

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Nursing Informatics and IT Integration

Nursing Informatics is the specific field in which the practical and technological aspects of nursing are studied and managed. In the past thirty years it has grown and blossomed, and is now an significant and essential profession. Within the realm of nursing informatics, technology has grown rapidly in importance. Chief Nursing Informatics Officers now spend

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A Promising New mHealth Development; Emergency Alert Apps

Recent positive reports have surfaced about a new app in California called PulsePoint. The app picks up alerts of cardiac arrest in nearby public areas and notifies the user, who should be CPR certified. This offers an opportunity for more immediate assistance to be offered to the person suffering from cardiac arrest, which can improve

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Mobile Healthcare and Healthy Living

Published on July 28th, 2014 by in Uncategorized

The focus on healthy living is growing rapidly; diet changes and increased work out regimes  are the constant topic of conversation and study. Yet this topic is separated from any discussion of hospitals, medicine, and doctors. Organic, home remedies are becoming the new trend, with avoidance of pharmaceuticals following. This is neither a bad or

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Mobile Healthcare: the Answer to the Workforce Shortage?

Published on July 21st, 2014 by in Uncategorized

By now, mid-second decade of the twenty-first century, we as a people are used to technology. We are comfortable in the digital age, confident in the power of the technology around us and adept at its usage. Popular culture has been efficiently digital for a while, now the workforce is finishing up its digital transition.

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The Necessity of Electronic Health Records for mHealth

Published on July 14th, 2014 by in Uncategorized

Electronic Health Records are a facet of healthcare that are finally being widely accepted. A mid-2013 report from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services noted that over half of the doctors in the U.S. were using EHRs. This is good news for the mobile healthcare realm, as mobile healthcare technology often makes use

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