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This piece from ICON at https://medgroup.biz/mHealth got me thinking about mobile for medical devices.
The points that resonated most with me:
• It supports product design and development: You’ll identify and direct resources to your most promising projects earlier in the product development cycle.
• Mobile technologies (wearables) are instrumental for collecting real-world data. And you’ll have richer data versus readings from sporadic doctor’s visits.
• Continuous monitoring can detect intermittent symptoms, including those which could reveal a patient relapse.
• mHealth can improve patient compliance and help avoid preventable complications.
• Hospitals, fearing value-based reimbursement penalties, want solutions that lowers their readmission rate; mobile may be the competitive advantage you need.
From the report, “As payers grasp how patients make decisions, how their lives are affected by disease, and the challenges they face, payers are demanding evidence of a product’s value for cost. Real-world data collected from patient devices can provide solid real-world evidence with regard to how a product adds value beyond the existing standard of care.”
The paper also covers infrastructure requirements to implement mHealth into your product development, and discusses integrating data from mobile devices and apps with EHRs.
You’ll value https://medgroup.biz/mHealth if you are:
Value Analysis Committee webinar today; replay and slides at https://medgroup.biz/vac
Make it a great week.
Only if the focus its on patient care and well being, above monetisation.
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