When speaking with Mashable, Chad Udell, managing director of Float Mobile Learning, stated "With the forthcoming changes to the U.S. healthcare system, there will be an increased focus on wellness programs and preventative medicine. Mobile health offers a tremendous opportunity for people to become more involved in their own health and wellness.”
The infographic to the left also points out several other interesting facts: 78% of US consumers are interested in mobile solutions, there are 320 million phones in the US, while there are only 1.7 million hospital beds. See the graphic at Mashable.
While mHealth apps are very popular and growing daily, what do you think the real impact will be? Will society take them on begin to use them to manage their health?