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•	DST WP: Consolidating Data to Create a Foundation of Analytics for Revenue and Quality Management

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"Mango Health’s success in keeping patients engaged in their care through fun, user-friendly mobile applications is a natural extension of the care our pharmacists provide to our members, we look forward to bringing together our unique capabilities to motivate patients and encourage positive and healthy behaviors."

-Glen Stettin, Chief Innovation Officer, Express Scripts
mhealth factoid

According to CDW's 2017 Patient Engagement Perspectives Study, 70% of patients are becoming more knowledgeable about personal medical information in 2017; 60% of patients are saving time, 50% of patients are increasing overall engagement with personal healthcare, 49% are seeing improvement in overall healthcare convenience, and 46% of people are saving unnecessary phone calls and appointments.

Source: CDW

in the news

Livongo Health scores $52.5 million to expand digital health platform
Modern Healthcare, March 17, 2017

Babylon Health app will be among first on NHS “digital tool” library
Digital Health, March 17, 2017

Apple’s latest digital health solution: AirPods
Computer World, March 16, 2017

Defining Digital Health: What Makes an ‘Effective’ mHealth Program?
mHealth Intelligence, March 16, 2017

This interoperability-focused startup was founded by 3 former Epic engineers
Becker's Hospital Review, March 16, 2017

Mount Sinai Touts Success of mHealth Asthma Project
mHealth Intelligence, March 14, 2017
Using Bundled Payments to Pay Providers for mHealth Nudges
RevCycle Intelligence, March 13, 2017 

mhealth video
  Where is ‘the Human’ in Digital Health Technology? | Kirsten Ostherr  

Where is ‘the Human’ in Digital Health Technology? | Kirsten Ostherr

Like many fields, medicine is increasingly driven by big data, algorithms, simulations, and mobile technologies that promise personalization, efficiency, and scalability. Many doctors and patients are left wondering how the human experience of health and disease fits into this highly technological world. This talk will describe how the collaborative participatory design practices at the Medical Futures Lab explore and intervene at the intersection of human and technological medicine.

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Consumerization and Mobile Health: A Continuing Evolution
Samsung, March 17, 2017

Systems Medicine: Computing the state of the body
BioMed Ce
ntral, March 16, 2017

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Tracy Walsh: 5 Reasons Why RAND Study May Underestimate Benefits of DTC Telehealth Services

1. The study's definition of direct-to-consumer telehealth isn't the industry standard.
2. The analysis fails to account for the majority of services delivered via direct-to-consumer platforms.
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Source: Health Data Management

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