Tag Archives: globalization

Decreasing Digital and Health Divides


With the opening of the Digital Health Summit as part of the Computer Electronics Show today, I am embracing the term digital health in substitution of mHealth.  This is a term which embraces more than the portability or wireless mode … Continue reading

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How mHealth Will Succeed: Recommendations From the WHO


The strongly emerging sector of healthcare is quickly becoming a topic of national and international organizations.  It is being examined from business, regulatory, and healthcare stakeholders.  As with all new types of technologies that are being considered by payers, patients, … Continue reading

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mHealth and Globalization of Healthcare


The term globalization loosely refers to the increasing unification of order.  It has been traditionally applied to the economic sector.  As the world is progressively intertwined from financial and cultural perspectives, it is not surprising that it is occurring in … Continue reading

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