M-health, Mobile Apps from the Payer Perspective

UnitedHealthcare's chief of medical affairs, Reed Tuckson discusses the power of technology to create informed and healthy healthcare consumers.

1 comments on "M-health, Mobile Apps from the Payer Perspective"
Mark Ragusa (1/30/2013 at 2:24 PM)

Very good information.... some thoughts. The rapid rate of mobile health adoption reflects the convenience and utility inherent in mobile apps and devices. Health systems have an opportunity to meet patients where they are increasingly turning for health management: mobile devices. This is patient engagement at its most powerful. Engaged patients will increasingly drive a health system's success. Today that means HCAHPS and readmissions. Tomorrow that means population health and ACOs. Smart health systems understand that and are investing in mobile. For others, the window will eventually close and their patients will turn elsewhere for health management. http://axialexchange.com/blog/category/axial-mobile


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