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mHealth: What's Happening in Mobile Healthcare?

At eVisit, we spend our time at the intersection of healthcare and technology. We're interested in what's happening in mobile healthcare (mHealth) and where it's headed. Our telehealth software is built around the needs of patients and physicians and we're constantly looking for ways to develop better tools for our users. We analyze ways individuals are staying connected online and utilizing their online experience to empower their healthcare choices. Then, we look for ways to improve that experience. 78% of U.S. consumers are interested in mHealth solutions and 40% of physicians report that mobile devices decrease the time time spent on administrative tasks. These  are compelling statistics.

Part of our research includes looking at trends/patterns within the industry and making sure we're meeting the current demands. As a result, we've found some great infographics that help capture what we've known about mobile health for some time: it's here to stay and it's growing.

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This infographic from the folks over at [x]cube LABS does a great job at capturing the evolution of mHealth. Fun fact: smartphones are most popular amount doctor after the stethoscope.

mHealth Infographics

 

Bret Larsen, CEO at eVisit

About Bret Larsen, CEO at eVisit

Bret Larsen is a visionary leader and entrepreneur who co-founded eVisit in 2014 with the goal to create a telemedicine platform from the ground up, with the best people possible to simplify healthcare delivery to everyone, everywhere. He is a graduate of Arizona State's W.P. Carey School of Business with degrees in marketing and accounting. He has worked with B2B SaaS organizations in Health Tech, Ed Tech and Ad Tech as well as B2C eCommerce in apparel and gift brands, developing strategies and teams to drive growth. He sits on multiple boards providing his guidance and passion for success.

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