Meet with team smartData

April 17 - 21, 2023
Chicago, IL

Mobile Health is one aspect of eHealth that is pushing the limits of how to acquire, transport, store, process, and secure the raw and processed data to deliver meaningful results. It offers the ability of remote individuals to participate in the health care value matrix. Engaging patients with physicians to collect long-term and specialized data of certain diseases that were previously difficult to obtain. Mobile health is inclusive of patient health behaviors, care collaboration platforms, mobile EHRs or EMRs.

  • 40% of physicians believe mHealth (healthcare, wellness and fitness mobile apps) technologies can reduce the number of visits to doctors’ offices.
  • 93% of physicians find value in having a mobile health app connected to Emergency Health.
  • Have you or your organization adopted mobile health technology

    Let's walk you through smartData, m-Health mobile application development services in more detail:

    • Organizing, managing, monitoring, scheduling, intervening and reviewing the services of healthcare platform to allow users to take corrective and preventive actions to stay fit.
    • Taking streamed data feeds from multiple devices configured in a patient's home like biomedical devices/medication dispensing devices, sensory devices such as bed mats/door sensors and absconding management.
    • HIPAA Compliant secure architecture video platforms for behavior healthcare patients providing patient to counselor match, survey forms, appointment scheduling, and tracking of counseling sessions all available on one click.

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FemTech- The Technology Shaping the Future of Women's Health

Women experience unique health issues whether it is Reproductive health, infertility, maternal health, post-natal depression, breast cancer, PCOD, menopause, etc. A proper guidance by advocating, evidence-based programs and community health, can avoid any life-threatening situation.


What is Health Information Exchange(HIE)?

Electronic exchange of clinical information permits doctors, nurses, pharmacists, other health care providers, and patients to retrieve and securely share a patient's vital medical information electronically—improving the speed, quality, safety, coordination, and cost of patient care.

Health Information Exchange

Clinical Trials

COVID-19 has wreaked havoc throughout the country and the healthcare system. However, telemedicine is stepping up as the spotlight helping healthcare providers and caregivers better respond to the needs of the patients

Clinical Trials
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