Mobile PHR services provider AllOne Mobile’s website is no longer live. Two of its three iPhone applications: AllOne Mobile and MyHealth Mobile have vanished from Apple’s AppStore. Only the mCare app, which AllOne Mobile developed for the U.S. Army’s “wounded warriors” remains available. The website and two apps went offline in either late February or early March.
An AllOne Mobile’s spokesperson told MobiHealthNews they had no comment at this time, assumedly because of the ongoing legal proceedings with AOM’s partner Diversinet.
AllOne Mobile, enabled users to securely view, manage and exchange their health care information with physicians, hospitals, pharmacies and other health care providers anytime and anywhere. Users were able to view and send insurance coverage information; track prescription drugs; catalog allergies, or fax a child’s allergy records to the school nurse; send health information, like health history, to a physician; and access health tips to better manage chronic conditions.
While AllOne Mobile was one of the highest profile and seemingly successful mHealth services to date, it’s dissolution became apparent as early as December 2009 when AllOne Mobile and its key technology partner Diversinet announced plans to re-negotiate their deal. While no time table was established for the conclusion of negotiations, the companies assured existing and potential customers at the time that they would continue to work together while they rejiggered their agreement. At the end of January, AllOne offered to pay Diversinet $3 million to officially terminate their agreement, but Diversinet believed that it was owed a substantially greater amount than that. When the companies original deal was inked in 2008, it was a five-year licensing deal that included stipulations for $39.5 million in various payments to Diversinet over that period. Diversinet stated in a press release that it had received the minimum commitment fee of $5.5 for the agreement’s first 12 months, which ended August 31, 2009. It also received two quarterly payments of $1.75 million on September 1 and December 1, 2009.
AllOne Mobile had inked deals with the U.S. Army, Significa Insurance Group (Significa), Erin Group Administrators (EGA) and others. The company also has partnerships with Microsoft HealthVault, MedFlash, and Clickatell. As far as we can tell, only the US Army’s mCare app is currently live. AllOne Mobile, which announced a partnership with Microsoft HealthVault in September 2008, is no longer listed as a supported service on HealthVault’s site. Keep reading>>