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Patient Portal Adoption


Wikipedia defines patient portals as “…healthcare-related online applications that allow patients to interact and communicate with their healthcare providers. Some patient portal applications exist as stand-alone websites and sell their services to healthcare providers. Other portal applications are integrated into the existing web … Continue reading

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Why Payers are Critical to mHealth Adoption


     In previous posts I have talked about the importance of some of the major stakeholders in mHealth adoption (Physicians, non-physician providers,hospitals, and caregivers) in mHealth adoption. For a few reasons insurers will also play a pivotal role in … Continue reading

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Five Reasons Why Insurers are Key to mHealth Adoption


I have talked about some of the major stakeholders in mHealth adoption, what technology companies need to consider when developing and marketing to them, why mhealth will be important to the various stakeholders, and why the stakeholders are, in turn, … Continue reading

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