Share your opinion about the mHealth market


Research2guidance are looking for your opinions on the mhealth market. Please read the press release below and click on the link to participate.

“The mHealth app industry has created a lot of hype recently. The number of mHealth apps has surpassed the 100,000 mark, big players like Apple and Samsung have announced new enabling platforms, sensor-integrating mHealth business models have caught a lot of press coverage and investors are lining up to push money into the market.

Still, the number of solutions that are integrated into the daily routines of healthcare professionals and that are reimbursed by payer organizations is limited. So what is the actual status of the mHealth industry and where will it be in 5 years? Let’s find out together.

The 5th edition of the “Global mHealth App Developer Economics” study is the industry’s temperature check. It pays special attention to how mHealth apps make money, how they incentivize behavioral change and how they make use of APIs and sensors. This year we also take a closer look at certain countries and explore their market readiness.

We invite app developers, app publishers, healthcare professionals, national health authorities, healthcare companies and app market experts to participate in the world’s largest study on mHealth apps development.

Take 20 minutes to share your experience and view on how the mHealth market will change the way healthcare is delivered.

Take part and

  • Win one of five free admission tickets for the mHealth Summit in Riga
  • See initial results immediately after completion of the survey
  • Receive a copy of the “Global mHealth App Developer Economics 2015 report” once it is published
For a chance to win one of the free entry tickets, you need to complete the survey until 26th April 2015″


Paul Budd

Co-Founder and Business Development Director

Paul is an experienced sales & marketing leader within the healthcare sector and is a Co-Founder of Salus Digital. He is a Digital Health enthusiast with a passion for extending the reach of technology to improve patient’s lives and reduce the strain on healthcare services.

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