We live in a world connected to mobile phones and wireless technologies. The ubiquity of mobile communication technology offers multiple opportunities for the healthcare industry to make the services more accessible, cheaper, faster, and better. Due to increase functionality, mobility, and lower pricing, the mobile services in the healthcare have the comparatively greater effect than other communication forms. Individual, nowadays are more concern about their health, especially the high pocket group, demand for the more personalized distant services with the system giving alerts for follow up and other mediation processes. Therefore, the industry is likely to transform with the precision-based model to provide personal toolkits that will ultimately predict vulnerabilities, episodic acute conditions, and chronic illness.