In highly regulated healthcare environments, mobile technology advancements enable greater -flexibility, portability, interactivity and better patient care than ever before. This infographic presents different use cases for the latest technologies.
In highly regulated healthcare environments, mobile technology
advancements enable greater flexibility, portability, interactivity and
better patient care than ever before. This infographic presents
different use cases for the latest technologies.
Provide alert notifications
Secure and access
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By 2017, the number of home health monitoring
devices with integrated connectivity is projected
to reach 7.1 million.3
quality of care
Ultrasound machines provide
Computed tomography transforms
fixed imaging technologies into
Tablets, Smartphones, and Wearables
What’s causing this growth?
The global medical device and mobile
> Is growing at over 43% per year (CAGR)
> Will exceed $8 billion in 20191
What’s more, the monitoring and medical device
market may reduce healthcare spending in the
US by $200 billion over the next 25 years.1
The Rise of Mobile Tech in Healthcare
How prevalent is mobile tech in healthcare right now?
Monitor and record
A large aging
Greater prevalence of
of clinicians use both a desktop/laptop
and a smartphone/tablet to access data2
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1. Vera Gruessner, “Medical Device and Mobile Health Market to Reach $8 Billion,” mHealth Intelligence, April 30, 2015.
Judy Mottl, “Study: Smartphone, tablet use on the rise in hospitals,” FierceMobileHealthcare, December 14, 2014.
3. “The potential of mobile health is starting to be realized by the healthcare industry,” Berg Insight, March 13, 2015.
Educate patients and
Deliver security and
conditions to family
in waiting rooms
Less IT support
Simple access for patient
Low-profile access from