- an outline of what telehealth and telecare are (3:24)
- the areas covered (0:45)
- benefits (2:03)
- obstacles (1:25)
- potential savings (0:40)
Here is the first:
http://www.alere.com/ (Telehealth services provider in US and Germany)
Visits to Telecare Aware have continued to grow month-on-month and, looking at the statistics up to the end of September 2010, this is what Company A has missed out on:
To repeat: in the past 9 months Company A missed an estimated 2,360 visitors to their website by not advertising on Telecare Aware.
Because Telecare Aware provides news of interest to people on all sides of the telecare, telehealth and eHealth industries, our visitors are industry-focused and very loyal. In any time period about half of our readers visit more than once. Telecare Aware therefore has a concentrated readership of influential people in the field. Advertisers who are seen to be supporting Telecare Aware consistently may benefit from that loyalty.
Furthermore, because of its long term commitment Company A had previously been enjoying beneficial pricing for advertising. It will now miss out should it decide to advertise again because Telecare Aware’s prices – while still reasonable – went up in September to reflect the 40% growth in page views and the near doubling of unique visitors.
So what are you waiting for? Another 35,000 visitors to pass you by? See this page for rates, etc. and get in touch to set up your advertising now.
David Doherty on the 3G Doctor blog has pulled together his thoughts and observations on the conference. There’s lots to delve into, as the information is organised by the companies attending. Review of the 2nd Mobile Healthcare Industry Summit, London, 21-22 September 2010.
Researchers at MIT aim to push down the cost barrier on mirror-based health monitoring technology, as described in this video.
More details to this pointer to the future on the Gizmag site.