A recent JAMA research letter highlighted serious issues with privacy in medical apps for diabetes.
Engaging the community could help improve the efficacy of digital health programs.
Sage Bionetworks announced plans to share data from the mPower ResearchKit study of Parkinson’s disease with qualified researchers.
A Precision Medicine pilot, Sync for Science, will bring together EHR vendors to create an API to facilitate medical research.
The NIH has announced a grant to Vanderbilt & Verily to recruit nearly 80,000 patients in a pilot study.
In a country where language barriers are incredibly common, a recent study tried to use text messaging to educate patients about hypertension.
Researchers asked smokers and clinicians what features they would want smoking cessation apps to have.
Study involving 1500 patients highlights some of the key issues in using digital health technology.
Researchers looked to see whether using health & fitness apps in a team would improve compliance & effectiveness.
Finnish researchers looked at whether giving a suite of connected health devices to patients in conjunction with a health coach could be effective.
Study uses high frequency, phone-based surveys to understand why people smoke when then do.
Insights from building an app for a leading medical research platform, REDCap