Digital marketing firm mobileStorm today announced the release of its 2011 mobile healthcare report, covering nearly all technologies, devices and recent innovations in the area of mHealth.
2011 is set to be a breakout year for mobile healthcare, with the increased innovation we witnessed during 2010 being a clear indication of what’s to come. mobileStorm’s new report goes into great detail on the many facets of the burgeoning mHealth market and gives concrete data that anyone working in the healthcare industry can use.
For example, it provides specific case studies on how national healthcare organizations have reduced expenses related to major medical conditions by as much as 77 percent. It also explains how smaller practitioners have increased the service provided to their patients while stabilizing their bottom lines; all using mHealth technology.
Topics covered in the report include mobile health monitoring, telemedicine, mobile medical equipment, RFID, health & fitness applications, secure mobile messaging, electronic medical records (EMRs), social health communities, smartphone applications, personal health records (PHRs) and much more. As one of the premier solution providers in the healthcare industry, mobileStorm adds its own analysis of the many concepts, technologies, applications and platforms that exist; as well as barriers to expansion and future trends.
“We really enjoy developing and sharing our industry research. We saw a lot of success with our 2010 Mobile Marketing Report,” said Jared Reitzin, Founder & CEO of mobileStorm. “These deep industry dives help us plan for future product developments and enable us to work with world class companies. With this report specifically, I am very encouraged by the data, as it shows the massive potential that mobile has in the Healthcare space. There are a lot of high walls to climb, maybe more like mountains, but there is so much opportunity for so many companies that it’s very inspiring. I am excited to share this definitive guide to where the mHealth industry is going and what it will become.”
You can download the report for free by visiting this link.