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Employee wellness represents a $2.7 billion to $8.2 billion market opportunity as regulatory changes increase reimbursement rates for related programs. Startups have a big chance to use technology to improve worker health.
How do we progress beyond a health care system dominated by handwritten charts, or worse, technologically stunted electronic health records? The answers may lie with $20 billion in government bonuses and a few startup CEOs.
For entrepreneurs who want to engage users within hospital systems or the 50+ market (valued at $20 billion), it’s imperative that they truly get to know their customers.
Qualcomm Life is committed to on-demand healthcare (like what we expect from our technology) and plans to pilot ideas for the future of health systems on their employees.
The term “patient engagement” is often discussed as a vital component of health industry innovation, but rarely explained. There’s just one thing many experts agree on: Patients are not well-engaged with their own health care.
PokitDok, Caremerge, MangoHealth, Asthmapolis, and Allayo are our picks for HealthBeat 2013′s 5 coolest consumer apps.