That technology has transformed the way people related to the world is something that, at this point, is unquestionable. And, we live in a world in which if something can be digital, it will be. In that sense, Healthcare technological solutions have contributed in recent years to this transformation. In North America, for example, the use of mobile applications for patients and health professionals stands as the most promising market. Applications for the control of chronic patients will be the fastest growing in the coming years.
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The mHealth encompasses diverse applications, with different motivations, that have great potential in the process of digital transformation of organizations. The global benefits, mentioned in the previous point, are only a small example of what mobile applications can contribute to the improvement of patient care, user experience and the optimization of health services.
The patient is, without a doubt, the most benefited agent derived from the growth of mobile health. The use of mobile apps empowers and makes the patient a more active subject by allowing a more independent management of their health care. This impulse of self-care - promoted by these apps - is especially useful applied to patients with chronic diseases, as it facilitates adherence to treatment and its monitoring remotely. By registering your data in these apps, you can control yourself and be controlled by your doctor, detecting any anomaly that may influence your condition.
At the same time, some apps facilitate patient communication with health professionals, allowing questions about their treatment, diagnosis, medication, etc. No need to go to the hospital.
On the other hand, mHealth contributes positively to the modification of people's habits towards healthier and healthier behaviors. Through gamification, some apps help, through challenges and rewards, to leave behind bad habits such as eating an unhealthy diet, not exercising or smoking. With all this amount of data, the challenge now is to make use of that information through its exploitation, with the aim of being able to develop a medicine based on precision and clinical evidence. But we are not only going to have the information related to the genome, but also all that related to the environment that surrounds us: customs, eating habits, environment and family history, among others.
Mobile health applications offer the opportunity to collect a huge amount of patient information that can be and will be used, not only to improve your health outcomes but also in disease prevention and research, etc. However, the rapid development of mHealth raises other concerns regarding the processing of this large amount of data collected in these apps by patients, health professionals, authorities, etc.
Health data are data by nature that are sensitive and deserve special attention in terms of privacy and protection. In fact, a study shows that 45% of users are concerned about an unwanted use of the information recorded on these devices for medical purposes. There are still many people who fear that their data will be accidentally exposed or disclosed to unauthorized sources. In addition, losing or having these devices stolen is a big problem for data security.
Therefore, it is essential to implement specific security solutions such as encryption of patient data or authentication mechanisms to reduce risks in relation to information security.
The vertiginous growth in the number of mobile applications focused on health has not caused - at least for the moment - a real impact on daily clinical practice. Despite having thousands of tools that facilitate the control and monitoring of our health from anytime and anywhere, most are isolated and disconnected from other existing systems.
It is time to move on to the next level and this is demonstrated by a study on mobile devices in health, where 93% of the doctors surveyed said that mobile health would only work if these applications and devices were integrated into other hospital systems.
And, once these apps have been developed that allow us to collect very valuable information about our population and patients, we need to connect it with the rest of the hospital systems, such as the Electronic Medical History of the patient. The challenge of mHealth in the coming years is to work to mobilize and share data between health systems in order to achieve a comprehensive and real transformation of the health system as we know it to date.
The integration of all the information recorded in these applications with the Electronic Medical Record will mean a huge leap in quality and precision in the diagnosis, treatment, control and even disease prevention.