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Mobile Apps Help Providers Tackle Health Consumerism

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Smartphones and tablets have fundamentally changed how we communicate, get information and conduct commerce. That popularity of apps has carried over into the health care industry as consumers search for easy-to-use mobile apps for health information and caregiver connectivity, and providers scramble to deliver consumer-friendly mobile services to sign on new patients and solidify relationships with existing ones. Case in point: Juniper Research predicts that consumers worldwide will download 44 million health apps in 2012, with continued growth resulting in 142 million downloads in 2016.

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