Diffusion of Innovation

Hospital Views of Factors Affecting Telemedicine Use.

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Jan 21, 2016

Telemedicine (also known as telehealth) is a means to increase access to care, one of the foundations of the Triple Aim. However, the expansion of telemedicine services in the United States has been relatively slow.

Learning the ABCs of pregnancy and newborn care through mobile technology.

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Dec 17, 2015

BACKGROUND: The diffusion of mobile phones in low- and middle-income countries has taken place faster than any other infrastructural development.

Driving physician adoption of mHeath solutions.

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Dec 11, 2015

A well-executed mobile health (mHealth) solution can help a hospital with its population health and readmission reduction initiatives. Successful implementation of an mHealth solution requires a campaign to persuade physicians to use it.

Grasping the health horizon: toward a virtual, interoperable platform of health innovations.

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Nov 16, 2015

The emergence of digital health, wearables, apps, telehealth and the proliferation of health services online are all indications that health is undergoing rapid innovation.

Acquisition, Analysis, and Sharing of Data in 2015 and Beyond: A Survey of the Landscape: A Conference Report From the American Heart Association Data Summit 2015.

Innovations in the Use of Interactive Technology to Support Weight Management.

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Oct 27, 2015

New and emerging mobile technologies are providing unprecedented possibilities for understanding and intervening on obesity-related behaviors in real time. However, the mobile health (mHealth) field has yet to catch up with the fast-paced development of technology.

Mobile health and patient engagement in the safety net: a survey of community health centers and clinics.

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Jun 03, 2015

Patient-centered technologies have emerged as a way to actively engage patients in care. The reach and potential of cell phones to engage diverse patient populations is great. Evidence of their effectiveness in improving health-related outcomes is limited.

Exploring key factors in the choice of e-health using an asthma care mobile service model.

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Nov 20, 2009

Asthma care mobile service (ACMS) is a care platform for asthma patients using mobile phones to monitor asthma patients' real-time conditions. The anticipated benefits and development of the healthcare network platform rely on people's adoptive willingness and behavioral intention.

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