Learn more about the use of mHealth technology
in the mental health space
Mhealth can improve health outcomes by helping clinicians collect, view, and analyse patient information more efficiently.
The ROI on mobile health apps is critical to ensure the feasibility and long-term success of digital initiatives implemented by a healthcare institution.
The advantages of online therapy are many, from reaching out to people who live in rural areas, to addressing the shortage of clinicians.
The top cause of insurance claims is now mental illness. According to a new study, two-thirds of British adults have experienced mental ill-health.
Using Remote Patient Monitoring tools for children is important to implement digital healthcare technologies in a larger scale.
Telehealth for mental healthcare makes a lot of sense since mental health care is generally harder to access than other health services, due to a shortage of qualified mental health providers and coverage limits.
Self-care means individuals should develop a healthier lifestyle by paying careful attention to their diet, exercise, and sleeping habits. A person’s lifestyle can have a significant impact on how their mind and body respond to a mental health treatment plan.
mHealth provides the opportunity to offer scalable and cost-effective mental healthcare. One of the greatest challenges the healthcare systems face is the long-term care of individuals with severe mental disorders. Fortunately, some of these issues can be partially solved with the use of mHealth technology.
Pharma can benefit from mHealth solutions by using them in clinical trials and by offering them to HCPs as part of a comprehensive treatment solution.
The number of patients monitored remotely will reach 50.2 million worldwide by 20121, according to Swedish Report
According to a new report by a research firm in Sweden, there were 7.1 million patients monitored remotely worldwide in 2016, which is an increase of 44%. The report also forecasts that the number will grow to 50.2 million by 2021.