Zachary Landman, MD, is the chief medical officer for Doctorbase, a developer of scalable mobile health solutions, patient portals and patient engagement software. He earned his medical degree from UCSF School of Medicine and as a resident surgeon at Harvard Orthopaedics, he covered Massachusetts General Hospital, Brigham and Women’s Hospital and Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center.
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America is mobile. No, I’m not referring to the mouthful of statistics about how experts estimate there to be more than 500 million mobile health users by 2015
As the surge of mobile apps, remote monitoring devices, and various other patient engagement tools continues to grow, I often wonder how they will all fit into the changing dynamic of healthcare delivery.
Health tech startup insights on creating new tech tools that can potentially help physicians provide measurable results in a timely fashion and save physicians time.