In the "data age," an estimated 81% of Americans own at least one smartphone. That might lead one to wonder why more people aren't taking advantage of healthcare through mobile apps. Even then, many Americans also tend to own other internet-enabled devices, from desktop computers to laptops, tablets, and more. This trend, in conjunction with the still rampaging COVID-19 pandemic, leads to a situation where technology can serve the general populace through mobile apps. So, what are the best healthcare apps, and what do they do?
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- Exyte offers the new ExyCellR modular technology for fast-track construction of biologicals production facilities compliant with the current good manufacturing practice (cGMP).
- Univercells Technologies delivers the integrated NevoLine™ biomanufacturing platform, including scale-X™ bioreactors, for low footprint and economic large-scale production of viral products.
- The combined offer enables users to rapidly deploy prefabricated GMP vaccine manufacturing facilities in response to new disease outbreaks.
As mentioned in our post, ‘13 Useful Mobile Apps For Life Scientists’, mobile devices have become widespread, and different mobile applications are rapidly being developed. One industry that is seeing great numbers in new mobile apps is the healthcare industry -- and rightly so. Research published in the Journal of Telemedicine and Telecare has revealed that the impending growth of the healthcare industry due to an aging population generates a greater need for mobile applications that will help healthcare professionals tend to patients more efficiently.