Eric Wicklund

Eric Wicklund is the Editor of mHealthNews. He covers all clinical and nonclinical mobile healthcare news.

By Eric Wicklund 08:49 am November 08, 2011
If you can read this entire story without breaking away to answer your phone, check your e-mail, blog, tweet, refill your coffee cup or update your fantasy football roster, you’re lucky.
By Eric Wicklund 08:39 am November 08, 2011
If you can read this entire story without breaking away to answer your phone, check your e-mail, blog, tweet, refill your coffee cup or update your fantasy football roster, you’re lucky.
By Eric Wicklund 10:10 am November 04, 2011
More mobile healthcare and telehealth organizations are weighing in on the U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s proposed regulation of mobile medical applications – and each has questions that it feels the FDA must answer.
By Eric Wicklund 11:08 am August 31, 2011
A managed care organization serving more than 100,000 members in southern Wisconsin is entering the wild, wild world of mobile health apps with its own urgent care solution – and offering it for free to anyone who might want it.
By Eric Wicklund 10:18 am August 25, 2011
Tablet computers are slowly making their way into healthcare as physicians and administrators find advantages to their mobility and uses and developers make refinements for clinical settings. Now the U.S. Army is taking a look, with hopes of sending medics into the field with the devices.
By Eric Wicklund 12:26 pm August 11, 2011
The app explosion has given healthcare consumers a new way to seek second opinions.
By Eric Wicklund 09:23 am July 28, 2011
Kaiser Permanente is joining the growing list of provider networks who have gone mobile.
By Eric Wicklund 09:23 am July 27, 2011
The questions and comments are pouring in over the U.S. Food and Drug Administration's draft guidance on mobile medical apps, making it obvious that the government's first attempt to clarify its regulatory authority over this fast-growing field won’t be the last.
By Eric Wicklund 11:23 am June 30, 2011
Philadelphia's Temple University School of Medicine is using the modern-day equivalent of the town crier – the cell phone – to reach local neighborhoods with important healthcare information.
By Eric Wicklund 09:42 am June 23, 2011
The United Nations Foundation has launched a new report, titled “Mobilizing Development,” that looks at the partnership between the UN and The Vodafone Foundation, which was launched in 2005 with a commitment of roughly $28 million to advance mobile technology in healthcare.

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