After spending a few days in Chicago at the HIMSS 15 event, the MobiHealthNews team has rounded up all the mobile and digital health news that came out of the always noisy conference. Here’s our list of news announcements, reports from the keynote stage, recaps of sideline conversations, and more from the past week. WebMD’s […]

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While most clinicians are carry one or more mobile devices for a variety of use cases, it’s still the case that no single screen is as popular as the desktop computer for physicians, according to a new survey released by Microsoft. The online survey of 402 U.S. physicians was conducted by YouGov. Fifty percent of physicians used […]

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New Jersey offers pharmacists, doctors app to help monitor prescription drug abuse From Mobil Health News

by Admin 04.16.2015

New Jersey’s Division of Consumer Affairs has launched a new app for iPhones that will allow authorized users of the state’s prescription monitoring program, prescribers and pharmacists licensed in New Jersey, access to the database via their smartphone. The database is managed by the New Jersey Prescription Management Program (NJPMP), a program under the Division of Consumer Affairs. […]

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Jawbone launches UP2, reveals plans for AmEx-ready UP4 From Mobil Health News

by Admin 04.16.2015

It’s been a busy week for Jawbone. First news came that the long-delayed UP3 would finally launch in the coming days, but it would not be waterproof enough for swimming, as previously promised. Then the Wall Street Journal broke the news that Jawbone had partnered with American Express to add payments to a future wearable. […]

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