Tag Archives: Manhattan Research

Shopping for Insurance? We’ve Got You Covered

Is my prescription covered? What’s my copay? Choosing a health insurance plan that gets you the most bang for your buck is daunting. For many, medication price and coverage is a crucial decision factor. Meanwhile, drug prices vary under different … Continue reading

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PatientPay, cloud-based patient billing and payment services provider, raised $2.5M in Series A funding from Mosaik Partners. This round makes brings PatientPay’s total funding raised till date to $6M. According to a new study by Manhattan Research, in the past … Continue reading

Health Care Professionals Tapping into Mobile Devices

Mobile devices are moving quickly from convenient social gadgets to legitimate accessories for health care workers and other professionals. Doctors, nurses and hospital administrators are discovering that mobile technology can be used in a variety of practical and efficient ways … Continue reading

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Manhattan Research found that 70% of physicians surveyed reported at least one patient sharing health measurement data with them. Methods of sharing were low-tech (think handwritten data, printouts), but physician attitudes were positive with about 75% of physicians agreeing that self-tracking … Continue reading

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Creator of personal weight management tools BodyMedia, partnered with Withings, creator of the wireless and portable scale. This partnership will enable online and mobile Activity Manager users Body Media to step on a Withings scale to instantly transfer scale readings … Continue reading

Happy Birthday, iPad! You’re (#)2

The iPad celebrated its second birthday yesterday, and a survey suggesting its growing presence in health care was icing on the cake. A recent poll by IDC Health Insights asked more than 100 life sciences companies which hardware, software and … Continue reading

56 million patients access information through EHRs

Twenty-four percent of U.S. patients, or 56 million people, were found to have accessed their medical information on an electronic health record this year. That number compares to only 5% of patients who used an EHR last year. The recent … Continue reading