Mobile healthcare app downloads to reach 124M by 2016; GE's Centricity Radiology Mobile Access cleared by the FDA;

> Mobile healthcare and medical apps are predicted to reach 142 million downloads by 2016 according to new statistics from U.K.-based Juniper Research. Specifically, the consumer focus of many of the apps will help in the mainstreaming of mHealth, overall, the report notes. Announcement

> Last week, GE's Centricity Radiology Mobile Access 2.0 received clearance from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, reports Connected World Magazine. The device lets radiologists remotely review diagnostic CT and MR images via their iPads or iPhones. Article

> A new whitepaper from InMedica predicts how the telehealth market will change over the next 10 years. "At the moment, suppliers in different segments of the ecosystem are effectively collaborating," InMedica market analyst Theo Ahadome said in an announcement. "However, as the market undergoes greater convergence, it is likely that direct competition between suppliers will increase." Announcement

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