The fourth app on the M2 level is Airview by Resmed.


Well @ home is the third app that has successfully completed M2 validation!


The government will fund apps for the rehabilitation of patients with a full hip or knee replacement. It concerns applications to support the treatment at a physiotherapist or in the hospital remotely. Initially they will be used in a comparative clinical study.


Please be informed that a new version of the technical file describing the M2 criteria has been published.


In the past few days, 2 more applications have been added to the list of mHealthBelgium. This now brings the total to 19 apps.


icompanion becomes app number 17 receiving the mHealthBelgium quality seal.


BRUSSELS, 11/06/2020.- The second level of the validation pyramid for mobile application in healthcare has been rolled out. Applications on this level M2 meet a series of strong ICT and privacy criteria and can communicate with existing digital applications in the healthcare sector. Two app already got the M2 "stamp", for 3 other cases the process is ongoing.


The position paper by beMedTech Digital Health section shows how this sector took the lead to help mitigate the work overload caused by COVID-19 for health workers and institutions. The paper explains how mhealth solutions - supported with plenty of examples- can be used for telemonitoring, telediagnostics and digitaltherapeutics, as well as online education to the benefit of the patient. Not only during the ongoing pandemic but also afterwards.


Today, June 5 2020, mHealthBelgium launched a press release announcing the activation of level 2 to the broad public and expressing the need for a financing framework (level 3).


Guardian Connect App becomes app number 16 receiving the mHealthBelgium quality seal.

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