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"It's time for your life": How should we remind patients to take medicines using short text messages?

Publication Date: 
Jun 02, 2011

The objective of this paper is to characterize effective patient care reminder strategies for people living with HIV/AIDS (PLWHA) to improve antiretroviral therapy (ART) adherence) using short message service (SMS) based on patient perspectives.

Handheld computer application for time-motion studies in the emergency department.

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Publication Date: 
Jan 19, 2004

Urban academic emergency departments face significant challenges of increasing patient volumes and sicker patients. Better understanding of the timing and interactions between provider activities may assist in efforts directed toward improving patient-care processes to decrease length of stay.

Integrating mobile technology into a health professions curriculum: using flexible technology to meet expectations.

Publication Date: 
Jan 19, 2004

The diverse needs of students, faculty, administrators, and the curriculum itself, create formidable challenges when attempting to integrate mobile technology into a health professions curriculum. Single technology solutions often fail in this environment because they cannot meet user needs.

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Development of infobuttons in a wireless environment.

Publication Date: 
Jan 19, 2004

At Columbia-Presbyterian Medical Center, a clinical information system (CIS) called WebCIS is used by health care providers. We have developed a palm-based extension to WebCIS, called PalmCIS, which provides physicians access to clinical data through a wireless connection.

Symptom assessment in home healthcare using digital pens.

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Publication Date: 
Jan 19, 2004

We have developed a system allowing patients subject to palliative advanced home care to frequently submit symptom assessments from their homes.

Implementing wireless evaluation in a hospital-based OSCE center.

Publication Date: 
Jan 19, 2004

To provide an effective and efficient means to gather assessment data during Objective Structured Clinical Examinations [OSCEs] and integrate the data into ANGEL, the Indiana University School of Medicine's [IUSM] curriculum management system, a wireless approach using PDAs was selected, con

Creation and use of a survey instrument for comparing mobile computing devices.

Publication Date: 
Jun 16, 2006

Both personal digital assistants (PDAs) and tablet computers have emerged to facilitate data collection at the point of care. However, little research has been reported comparing these mobile computing devices in specific care settings.

PubMed Informer: monitoring MEDLINE/PubMed through e-mail alerts, SMS, PDA downloads and RSS feeds.

Publication Date: 
Jun 16, 2006

PubMed Informer is a Web-based monitoring tool for topics of interest from MEDLINE/PubMed primarily designed for healthcare professionals. Five tracking methods are available: Web access, e-mail, Short Message Service (SMS), PDA downloads and RSS feeds.

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