Dr. GSK Velu sharing his views on mobile health over an interaction with CEO Insights India Magazine.
Mobile health or mHealth is increasingly becoming one of the most ubiquitous technologies in the healthcare space. In many countries, mobile healthcare applications are playing an important role in bridging the gap in healthcare access. Considering the fact that today, the number of patients with chronic diseases are on the rise. Health apps can help patients to remain under constant observation without needing to be physically present at the clinic. According to The us food and Drug Administration (FDA). roughly 500 million people globally are already using personal healthcare 'apps (mobile software applications), which is expected to escalate to over one billion.