Likelihood of mhealth use in the U.S. based on family status 2012

This statistic displays the likeliness that smart phone users in the United States will adopt mobile health as of 2012, based on family status. During this time, for those with children, there was a 59 percent overall likelihood that mhealth will be adopted. Men were more likely than women to state that they had no need to use mobile health applications. There has been a slow adoption of mobile health apps in the United States market.

Likeliness of adopting mhealth in the U.S. based on family status as of 2012

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Source

Release date

December 2012

Region

United States

Survey time period

October 2012

Number of respondents

Over 1,000

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