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The need for speed: Expediting availability of mobile health solutions amid COVID-19

Mobi Health News

Arnol Rios, head of business development at Sony's Takeoff Point, offers advice on more quickly preparing and deploying wearables and other mobile health tools

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So, you have another mobile health solution. Now what?

Mobi Health News

is a doctor of public health with over 10 years of experience in designing, implementing and evaluating transformative public health projects. She is the principal of ERIM Consulting, which uses research evidence and business insights to advance public health impact About the author: Dr. Ebele M?g?


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Study seeks to identify key factors in the adoption of a mobile health solution for oncology

Mobi Health News

Researchers carried out 17 interviews with doctors and nurses using a free oncology decision support app in Europe

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Participation starts with understanding goals, values and preferences

Society for Participatory Medicine

For the past 20 years, I’ve been involved in designing diverse health experiences: from diagnostic to adherence tools, from software for cytostatic preparation, to integrated mobile health solutions.

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Medicine 2.0 : Implications of Connected Medical Devices & Digital Healthcare

Lloyd Price

Empowered by the latest technology, patients today expect to be more actively involved in their own health matters. emerging uses of advanced technology include the digitalisation of diagnosis, and disease prevention through the use of wireless/mobile health solutions including smartphone apps, wearables, gamification and remote monitoring. As healthcare providers embraces new digital connectivity options as part of this Medicine 2.0

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A Report on the Status of Telemedicine from the Three C’s


OTN, now operating with a staff of 200, runs a province-wide health call center for the citizens of Ontario and has significantly expanded its remote clinical services programs providing services to 660 sites across the province. The meeting in Vancouver was filled with discussions and presentations about amazing number of sophisticated telehealth programs extending health care to the remote tribal and First Nation communities.

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