Microsoft’s Nokia Lumia will be part of a study to manage diabetes in the medicaid population.
Tag: mHealth research
A recent survey by researchers from McGill Universities shares insights from over 1,000 respondents on how healthcare professionals use mobile devices to find medical information.
The second three semi-finalists for the iMedicalApps Medicine 2.0 Research award include a data how thousands of patients use a drug adherence app, an entirely iPhone based frailty test, and a new way for health teams to communicate.
A recent study in JAMIA evaluated whether medical residents in Botswana had better clinical reference access through mobile medical applications over searching through PubMed4Hh.
A recent study utilized search queries to determine the relationship of drug interactions between paroxetine and pravastatin. This type of inquiry could be expanded with current FDA monitoring of drug interactions and adverse effects.
In a recent publication in Nature, Heather Piwowar layed out the possible idea of valuing research outside of ‘publications’ but also including ‘products.’ However, what do these products include?
[Ed: We are pleased to present this in-depth report on the recent regulatory changes announced by the FCC related to mHealth research by experienced FCC attorney Robert Primosch. By: Robert D. Primosch, Esq Partner, Wilkinson Barker Knauer, LLP. The enormous growth of medical devices that use wireless telecommunications technology – and the corresponding need to […]
Youtube has many educational videos for patients on multiple disease states. However, a recent study looking at the cases of videos relating to anorexia, may lead to medical misinformation being spread.
iMedicalApps and the 2013 Medicine 2.0 congress are announcing the second iMedicalApps & Medicine 2.0 mHealth Research Award, to be presented at the September 2013 conference.
Recent study assessing patients utilization of web-based or mobile-based self-reporting on management of diabetes.
Weight loss through intensive behavioral treatment can be time intensive and have multiple logistical barriers. This mHealth Journal Club reviews a recent study suggesting that mobile technology may help.
By: Adam Khan, MS3 and Timothy Aungst, PharmD Title: Teledermatology: The Use of Ubiquitous Technology to Redefine Traditional Medical Instruction, Collaboration, and Consultation Authors: Richard Brand PA-C, MPAS; David Hensley, MD, FAAD Journal Published: The Journal of Clinic and Aesthetic Dermatology Date Published: November 2012 Citation: Brand R, Hensley D. Teledermatology: The Use of Ubiqutous […]