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Berg Insight says 3.0 million patients worldwide are remotely monitored

According to a new research report from the analyst firm Berg Insight, around 3.0 million patients worldwide were using connected home medical monitoring devices at the end of 2013
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Mobile health shows big potential from small beginnings

Mobile connected health devices, such as blood pressure monitors and personal weighing scales, are showing strong increase in sales in European countries, despite still being a minority market

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Atos and Worldline part of futuristic project to develop ‘virtual butler’ for senior citizens

Includes advanced voice interaction and vital signs monitoring to promote independence and social integration amongst senior citizens. First tests will start 2015 in France, Germany and Netherlands

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The adoption of mHealth could reduce total annual european healthcare spend by almost €100 billion in 2017

mHealth can improve lifestyles, enable remote treatment of chronic conditions and equip healthcare providers to make better clinical decisions


Consumers are ready to adopt mobile health faster than the health industry is prepared to adapt

Finds PwC study on Global mHealth adoption


Mobile to play a significant role in healthcare as GSMA research predicts mHealth market to be worth US$23 billion by 2017

Action from governments, regulators, the healthcare industry and the mobile ecosystem essential to enabling this global opportunity