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2017 Predictive Modeling Web Summit

 
  Sponsor Message   
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"While the pilot program is still being developed, we are considering whether and how, under current authorities, we can create a third party certification program under which lower risk digital health products could be marketed without FDA premarket review and higher risk products could be marketed with a streamlined FDA premarket review,"

-Scott Gottlieb, Commissioner, Food & Drug Administration
 
mhealth factoid

A recent study from Stanford Medicine found that fitness wearables can measure heart rate with 95% accuracy, but fail to accurately count calories burned. Devices produced error rates between 23% and 93%. While walking there was a 31.8% relative error rate across all devices, 31% while running, 52.4% while sitting. Median error rates varied between devices, from 27.4% for the Fitbit Surge to 92.6% for the PuleOn.
 
Source: Stanford Medicine

in the news
 

Can Behaviors Replace the Password on Mobile Health Devices?
mHealth Intelligence, June 19, 2017
 
3 ways USC is using virtual care to capture a broader range of patients
Fierce Healthcare, June 16, 2017
  
New FDA commissioner lays out bold new plan for mobile app regulation
MobiHealth News, June 15, 2017
 
mHealth Apps, Patient Coaching Improve Weight Loss, Heart Health
mHealth Intelligence, June 14, 2017

Crowdsourcing campaign looks to improve heart health diagnosis
Pharma Phorum, June 14, 2017
 
mHealth solutions market to hit 33.4% growth rate and projected to reach $ 59.15 billion by 2020
WhaTech, June 13, 2017

Telemedicine provides cost-effective alternative to rural hospital closures
Becker's Hospital Review, June 12, 2017
  
Mobile Health Data Considerations for Clinical Research
Fierce BioTech, June 5, 2017 
  
 

 
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mHealth: a new perspective for healthcare

Digital health is an area in healthcare that includes apps and wearables and that allow patients and healthcare professionals to keep track of and record patient outcomes, toxicities and disease symptoms. It also includes telehealth which allows healthcare professionals to leverage technology to interact remotely with patients.
 

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mhealtblogs
 

FDA Launches Digital Health Unit
MedPage Today, June 5, 2017
 
Amgen Explores Patient Centricity via mHealth in Migraine Clinical Trial
Applied Clinical Trials Online, June 2, 2017
 

 
mhealth lists from healthsprocket
 

Ericsson: Critical Role of 5G in Healthcare Transformation, 7 Key Insights
1. 60% of consumers say that wearables will lead them to a healthier lifestyle
2. 58% agree that wearables with feedback and alerts will provide personalized care
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Source: Ericsson

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