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Impact of healthcare mobile apps on patient outcomes

We have witnessed a boom in the use of healthcare mobile applications in the post-COVID-19 years across the US. As over six billion smartphone users turn to the convenience and accessibility of healthcare mobile apps, the market size, estimated at $18.65 billion in 2024, is expected to reach $100.66 billion by 2029, growing at a CAGR of 40.11%.
The North American market is expected to dominate as the target population is enormous: the rising geriatric population and chronic disease patients (coronary heart diseases, atrial fibrillation, stroke, hypertension, and diabetes). Thanks to growing health awareness, rising healthcare expenditures, increasing healthcare technology adoption, and a shift from clinic-centric care to patient-centric care, healthcare mobile app development companies are innovating new solutions, too.

Why should doctors develop on demand apps for their clinics?

Telemedicine apps are widening the reach of doctors. According to Fortune Business Insights, the global telemedicine market was valued at $87.41 billion in 2022 and is projected to grow from $94.44 billion in 2023 to $286.22 billion by 2030, at a CAGR of 17.2% during the forecast period. This portends well for doctor-on-demand app development, as telemedicine includes communications technologies that boost doctor-patient interactions.
You can see that the trend of healthcare providers using communication technologies to connect with patients is catching up in the US.
The percentage of physicians using tele-visits/virtual visits grew from 14% in 2016 to 80% in 2022, while the percentage of physicians using remote monitoring devices grew from 12% in 2016 to 30% in 2022.

How do mobile apps streamline hospital supply management

Hospital supply chain management is the governance of the flow of medicines, medical products, equipment and services from manufacturers to patients. Supply chain management in hospitals however does not merely mean giving out medical supplies, pharmaceuticals and equipment. The trick is to ensure that the right products are available in the right quantities, at the right time, and at the right cost to support the best possible patient care.

How does wearable application development disrupt the healthcare sector

Today’s medical wearable technology has made a quantum leap from the days of simple exercise and fitness tracking applications. A research team from Singapore has recently developed a predictive computer program that coordinates with wearable devices to pinpoint signs of depression. With an accuracy rate of 80% in identifying those at risk, this recent discovery is among many exciting novelties that let us peer through the wondrous capabilities of wearables in modern healthcare. So, how do wearable applications disrupt the healthcare sector? And what is the role of software development in all of this?