M-health Practices – Plugging the Holes

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Medical device market is one of the fast developing sectors in the U.S. healthcare industry and mobile health solutions have been a subject of serious discussions among technology experts for quite some time. The fact that mobile devices have great potential to improve care quality is now accepted worldwide.

While several complex mobile app continue to enter the healthcare market, more and more mobile platforms are developed and used to deliver a wide range of useful health-related apps. According to Ed Lowell, Director of Technology Infrastructure at the Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital at Stanford University, mobility is going to be the key for the future. He holds the view that hospitals will be able to explore new care models clinically and securely under a guaranteed wireless coverage. Experts like Martin Peuker, CIO at Charite Berlin, one of the largest hospitals in Europe think that the future of healthcare IT lies with mobile apps. “With the support of the “meaningful use” incentive program, mobile application market is likely to grow 500 percent by the end of 2014,” says a recent survey report by Black Book Rankings, a Washington, D.C. based research firm.

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Wayne Lindsay is the founder of Medical Systems International Pty Ltd. Wayne knows how a death from cancer affects a family unit. His father passed away when he was eight years old. Wayne's daughter, Skye was diagnosed with cancer at the age of nineteen. Wayne has ten women in his direct family. Wayne has worked and lived in New Zealand (6 years), Australia (12 years), PNG (6 years) and United States of America (12 years). Wayne is qualified with Master of Business Administration from University of Phoenix, Bachelor of Science in Business Management from University of Phoenix and National Diploma in Engineering and Survey from Auckland New Zealand. I have three children and six grandchildren. My interests include squash, rugby, tennis, the great outdoors, and contuining education.