Top mHealth Stories of the Week

The field of mobile healthcare is producing almost as many headlines as headway these days. In case you’re yet to check out our sister site mHealthWatch, which provides comprehensive coverage of the healthcare industry’s growing intersection with technology, here are some of the fascinating stories we’ve been tracking this week. mobileStorm Touts Newest Version of …   Read More

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The field of mobile healthcare is producing almost as many headlines as headway these days. In case you’re yet to check out our sister site mHealthWatch, which provides comprehensive coverage of the healthcare industry’s growing intersection with technology, here are some of the fascinating stories we’ve been tracking this week.

For 13 years, mobileStorm has been an industry-leading veteran of email, mobile, and social communication. But the company has also led the charge for mHealth patient engagement in the United States.

Back in January when MHW stopped by the Fitbit display on the convention floor of CES 2013 in Las Vegas, it was a terrific reminder of how mobile technologies are being leveraged to improve our health and fitness. It was also a terrific reminder of how far Fitbit has come and how fast it has grown.

Today in New Orleans at the HIMSS conference, progress in the field of mobile health was apparent everywhere you turned.

Children with dyslexia shouldn’t be discouraged from the extra time they spend racing cars and blasting aliens in their most adventure-filled video games.

A mobile app developer in India is making international headlines in response to a groundbreaking smartphone app he has designed.

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