The percentage of large employers who
offered telemedicine benefits in 2015 was only 48 - that number
has increased to 74 percent in 2016. 72 percent of hospitals use
a telemedicine program while only 52 percent of physician groups
implement them into their operation.
problem is that the healthcare industry, in general, hasn't yet
caught up to be able to deliver on people's digital demands and
expectations. Furthermore, we're seeing that the companies that
are delivering smartphone experiences, such as apps, are not
doing enough in driving awareness and adoption."
Digital health devices: how mobile computing and
communication are shaping the future of health care
Professor Andrew Farmer is a General
Practitioner at the University of Oxford. He will focus
his talk on care for people with long-term health
conditions and on the prospects for using new
technologies for improving their health. Why is it
taking so long for mobile devices to become part of
routine health care?
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