Three major trends already happening in healthcare lend themselves to the revolution in mobile technology:
When it comes to mHealth, what are the different expectations of patients regarding mobile's impact on cost, quality and delivery of healthcare?
Despite mHealth's potential for healthcare innovation, some stakeholders cite regulations, data security, privacy and even cultural attitudes as key concerns.
Patients want the power mobile gives them, payers are eager to pay for mHealth, providers express resistance to changing healthcare delivery. Can the conflict be resolved?
Emerging markets - where healthcare is scarce - are more likely to use mHealth than developed countries with less healthcare demand and more resistance to change.
To implement mHealth, entrepreneurs need business models based on solutions over technology. How can vendors, payers and providers collaborate most effectively?