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Blog posts about avoidable errors and high costs

Statistics indicating major trends

  • Percent of the world’s population estimated to own a smartphone by 2020 – Global 90%
  • Percent of mobile health app publishers that get downloads of 1 million or more – Globally 4%
  • Percent of mobile health apps that have less than 10,000 monthly users – Globally 83%
  • Percent of mobile health app publishers who make less than $10,000 a year – Global 56%
  • Percent of mobile health apps that needed 2 years from development to launch – Global 84%
  • Amount of mobile health apps that cost over $450,000 to develop and launch – Global 50%
  • Percent of the developing costs of mobile health apps that are related to integration with e-health records – Global 66%
  • Percent of mobile health apps that have a licensing model – apps linked to connected smart devices – Global 35%
  • The share of mobile health app users among people with chronic disease like asthma – Global 1%

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A brief summary

Major problems to avoid

Social isolation and lack of a friendly, open environment
A culture of blame, seeing errors as personal flaws rather than work flow problems to be solved
Suspicion of internet based resources, open-source education and sharing information

Positive things to seek out

Gamification, chat bots, robots, artificial intelligence, fun ways to communicate
Social networking to solve problems and relieve stress
Close follow up with patients, automated social media messaging

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