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Mobile Health Technology Experiences Growing Pains
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10/14/2012 | 4:42:55 AM
re: Mobile Health Technology Experiences Growing Pains
I'm curious to see if this report also suggested using standardized formats for the data to be pushed to clinicians using? One must understand the time it takes to easily integrate data within an EHR. it's important to realize that while FitBit may be hot today, who knows what it will be tomorrow and we have to not chase after every mhealth option. We need to make it so they integrate with a few standards or a site like HealthVault. Then the EHR vendors can work on integrating with those sites/standards, instead of integrating it with every device that hits the market.
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