Study: 95M U.S. Adults Using Mobile Health Technology
Ninety-five million U.S. adults currently use mobile health technologies, a 27% increase from the 75 million adults using such technology in 2012, according to a Manhattan Research Cybercitizen Health study released last week. In addition, the study found that mobile health information technology adoption, activities and attitudes largely vary by patient. According to the study, those most likely to use mobile health services include individuals with ADHD, Hepatitis C and other illnesses.
- "mHealth Enters Consumer Golden Age" (McCann, Healthcare IT News, 10/25).