101 Mobile Healthcare Applications

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Wireless Healthcare ehealth news has put their publication, 101 Things To Do With A Mobile Phone In Healthcare online and using it as a basis for a collaborative wireless ehealth development platform called theMobileHealthCrowd.com.

The 101 applications include diabetes management, hospital based RFID and the use of technologies such as Bluetooth and ZigBee for health and fitness monitoring. Also listed are a number of SMS messaging and Health 2.0 based medical applications.

Wireless Healthcare is closely involved with IT vendors who are members of conventional special interest groups and forums. The MobileHealthCrowd.com website enables ther exchanging of ideas and market intelligence with features such as 101 Things To Do With A Mobile Phone In Healthcare.

Peter Kruger, analyst with Wireless Healthcare, expects the site to be used collaboratively to develop wireless healthcare applications and discovering new uses for existing devices. Kruger also believes that, in some cases, the products and services developed by contributors to theMobileHealthCrowd.com could be made available under an open license system.

Developed by Steinkrug Publications, theMobileHealthCrowd.com is based on the ‘Crowd Sourced’ collaborative development model, says the company.

Posted by Sam Churchill on Tuesday, January 27th, 2009 at 7:39 am .

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