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  1. Mar 2021
    1. How to Build a Medical Startup: A Useful Resource Guide

      "Building a healthcare startup is not a simple task: The risk is higher than for almost any other vertical, the costs of building and launching a healthcare product are huge, and, on top of that, the regulatory clearance might take a long time.

      While the above sounds terrifying, there are plenty of cases highlighting that it's fully possible! Thie guide was created speacially for those who thinks about healthcare app development"

    1. Best mHealth Apps for Patients: Doctor on Demand

      In medicine, innovations are always perceived with caution, because we are dealing with people's lives and health. Therefore, doctors are often skeptical about everything that does not fit into the usual pattern of diagnostics and treatment, and solutions such as medical apps for doctors cannot always be trusted as well. To help you overcome your dilemma, we have analized the market and created this article. The first in our series of mobile healthcare product reviews, focuses on the doctor on demand app development

  2. Feb 2021
  3. Dec 2020
    1. Medication Management App Development: How to Build an App That Improves a Patient’s Treatment

      You might be wondering how much it will cost you to develop a medical management mobile app. The cost depends on the complexity of the project and the number of hours that IT specialists will spend developing the app.Read more about how you can develop this type of eHealth app

  4. Nov 2020
    1. How to Build a Secure Medical Mobile App in Six Steps

      A number of medical app security factors need to be considered when building a health app that is both easily adoptable by users, as well as reliable and secure. This post highlights how to build secure medical mobile app.

  5. May 2020
  6. Mar 2020
  7. Mar 2019
    1. Sharing of user data is routine, yet far from transparent. Clinicians should be conscious of privacy risks in their own use of apps and, when recommending apps, explain the potential for loss of privacy as part of informed consent. Privacy regulation should emphasise the accountabilities of those who control and process user data. Developers should disclose all data sharing practices and allow users to choose precisely what data are shared and with whom.

      Horrific conclusion, which clearly states that "sharing of user data is routine" where the medical profession is concerned.