Delivery of Health Care

mHealth Education Applications Along the Cancer Continuum.

Publication Date: 
Apr 30, 2015

The majority of adults worldwide own a mobile phone, including those in under-resourced communities. Mobile health (mhealth) education technologies present a promising mechanism for improving cancer prevention, treatment, and follow-up.

Mobile health for cancer in low to middle income countries: priorities for research and development.

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Oct 29, 2014

Many current global health opportunities have less to do with new biomedical knowledge than with the coordination and delivery of care.

Using mobile phones in healthcare management for the elderly.

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Dec 03, 2014

The increasing average life expectancy is simultaneously increasing the incidence of chronic diseases and the number of healthy elderly people, consequently leading to an increased demand for healthcare management methods that do not involve hospital visits.

The potential for health-related uses of mobile phones and internet with homeless veterans: results from a multisite survey.

Publication Date: 
Sep 04, 2014

BACKGROUND: Addressing the health needs of homeless veterans is a priority in the United States, and, although information technologies can potentially improve access to and engagement in care, little is known about this population's use of information technologies or their willingness to us

Youth mental health interventions via mobile phones: a scoping review.

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Sep 12, 2014

Mobile phone technologies have been hailed as a promising means for delivering mental health interventions to youth and adolescents, the age group with high cell phone penetration and with the onset of 75% of all lifetime mental disorders.

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