U.S. mHealth Stakeholders Seek To Eliminate Barriers To Growth
This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet
Federal agencies and mHealth industry players met with Federal Communications Commission officials June 6 to brainstorm ways of spurring growth in the sector.
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Medical device makers that want to market mobile apps should make sure their engineers can write software code that can run on a smart phone or tablet computer, says Medical Connectivity Consulting principal Tim Gee.
In the not-too-distant future, health care providers should be able to accept patient data from blood pressure cuffs, glucose meters and mobile health apps for integration into electronic health records.