[grow_thumb image=”http://telecareaware.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/r2g-logo-blue.jpg” thumb_width=”150″ /]Research2guidance is inviting stakeholders from across the industry to share their experiences of working with and in mHealth to find out what is proving successful today and what might prove successful in the near future. Last year, over 5,000 industry experts participated in this study for the largest study on the global mHealth market. (TTA was a media partner for last year’s study.)
For the 6th edition of the Global mHealth App Developer Economics study, they are keen to find out:
- Which business models are most effective to succeed in mHealth today?
- Which app categories are most successful in meeting the demands of both patients and investors?
- What does the relationship between Health Insurers and mHealth look like in 2016?
In return they are offering participants:
- The chance to view initial results immediately after completing the survey
- A free copy of the mHealth App Developer Economics 2016 report
Take the survey here.
For anyone who has not read it yet, the excellent 2015 survey is here. (Their key findings from last November are here.) R2G press release
Readers will find the very readable McKinsey survey of patient attitudes to digital health valuable in helping them determine the best way forward to develop their online services.
The survey covered patients in three very different health services – UK, Germany and Singapore. Principal findings, headlined as five busted myths, were:
Myth: People don’t want to use digital services for healthcare – actually 75% of them (more…)
Apparently echoing the comments about health technology awareness made in our post last week about O2 (who are, by the way, to be congratulated for their parent company’s announcement today that they are preferred bidders for two of the three smart meter regions), the HSJ has reported the results of a YouGov poll that nine out of ten adults in the UK have never heard of telehealth. Of those over 55, the age above which use of telehealth is more likely, 92% hadn’t heard of it. (Note that the HSJ article is behind a paywall, however via a Google search on “National Telehealth Forum”, the commissioner of the survey, you can currently go past it). The National Telehealth Forum press release is here. EHI also covers the story, here.
So is this a matter of serious concern? (more…)