An autonomous task-prompting system is presented to increase workplace and life independence for people with cognitive impairments such as traumatic brain injury, intellectual disability, schizophrenia, and Down syndrome.
BACKGROUND: Mobile health (m-health) services are becoming increasingly popular in healthcare, but research on m-health adoption is rare. This study was designed to obtain a better understanding of m-health adoption intention.
The coming years promise great advances in the storing, recording, and communication of medical data. Handheld computers may make bedside terminals obsolete. CD-ROM's storage capacity will eliminate data retention problems as well as provide for storage images.
The explosive growth of handheld personal digital assistants (PDAs) in health care has been nothing short of amazing. What applications--business and clinical--do these devices have in medicine, and what is their potential?
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