smartphone health adoption

By Jonah Comstock October 29, 2013
WebMD's mobile app, an example of an app smartphone users might use for health information. As of 2013, 95 million Americans are using mobile phones as health tools or to find health information, according to Manhattan Research. That's 27 percent more than 2012, when the number was 75 million. These numbers come from Manhattan's annual Cybercitizen Health US survey. The research firm surveyed...
By Brian Dolan October 2, 2012
According to Manhattan Research, the number of adults in the US who used their mobile phones for health information and tools grew from 61 million in 2011 to 75 million this year. Using tablets for accessing health information and tools doubled over the past year: 15 million US adults used tablets for health information last year and 29 million used them for health activities this year. The...