NEW YORK, March 26, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Reportlinker.com announces that a new market research report is available in its catalogue: Mobile Health (mHealth) - Enhancing Healthcare and Improving Clinical Outcomeshttp://www.reportlinker.com/p01075730/Mobile-Health-mHealth---Enhancing-Healthcare-and-Improving-Clinical-Outcomes.html#utm_source=prnewswire&utm_medium=pr&utm_campaign=e-Healthcare Mobile Health (mHealth) - Enhancing Healthcare and Improving Clinical Outcomes SummaryGBI Research, the leading business intelligence provider, has released its latest research report: "Mobile Health (mHealth) - Enhancing Healthcare and Improving Clinical Outcomes". The report examines how mHealth, which is the facilitation of health-related information through mobile-enabled technologies, has been applied by the pharmaceutical industry in drug development and by healthcare providers in the developed and emerging economies to improve healthcare services and treatment outcomes. It looks in detail at the ways in which the pharmaceutical industry has utilized mobile technologies in patient recruitment, compliance and retention of clinical trials, its role in marketing and consumer education and the important developments in drug authentication and post-market surveillance. The report investigates how the healthcare system has migrated from a paper-based system to an electronic one and the innovative ways in which this can be used enhance the flow of medical information. It assesses the growing use of mobile health apps as reference and diagnostic tools to support decision-making and highlights how mHealth can improve communication between patients and healthcare providers; empowering patients to take a more active role in their health and improving the continuum of healthcare from the clinic to the home. Lastly, the report examines how mHealth programs in the emerging economies and the developed world can help to bridge the gap within fragmented under-resourced healthcare systems. It highlights how technologies devised for the developed countries are not always suitable for the developing countries and the need for local communities to devise mHealth solutions to address local issues such as infectious diseases (dengue fever, AIDS/HIV and tuberculosis) and high infant and maternal mortality rates.