Technology | September 03, 2014

HIMSS Offers Resource to Help Develop Mobile Health Strategies, Apps

The mHealth Roadmap is an educational resource focused on how mobile health technology and mobile apps are reshaping patient care

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September 3, 2014 — The easy-to-use online resource mHealth Roadmap includes information on implementation guidelines for mobile and mHealth strategies and applications. Topics covered in the Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS) mHealth Roadmap include:

  • New care models (including consumer engagement);
  • Policy;
  • Privacy and security;
  • Return-on-investment and payment;
  • Standards and interoperability; and
  • Technology (infrastructure, standards and interoperability). 

 

Each section of the HIMSS mHealth Roadmap provides brief background on the topic, current state of adoption and potential future improvements. In addition, the Roadmap presents the interrelationship between many components of mobile health, such as the need to leverage and create standards that enable development of new models of care.

For more information: www.himss.org

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