Open platforms, collabortation future of mHealth

Mobile healthcare will give power to patients and consumers and should not be viewed as a disruptive force, but as a collaborative technology, NavisHealth Chief Operating Officer Jon Mello tells mHealth News. 

The most ubiquitous mHealth tech will be open and work with all software systems and change the current silo approach, according to Mello.

"Consumers want information on their health regardless of where it lies, and the market needs to begin adopting a technology that meets this consumer demand to access vital health information from multiple software platforms, wherever this data resides," he says. Article

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