Utilization Review

Determinants of readiness to adopt mHealth in a rural community of Bangladesh.

Publication Date: 
Aug 24, 2015

INTRODUCTION: Evidence in favor of mHealth for healthcare delivery in settings where trained health workforce is limited or unavailable is accumulating.

The usefulness of activity trackers in elderly with reduced mobility: a case study.

Publication Date: 
Aug 07, 2013

UNLABELLED: This study was conducted to determine the accuracy and usefulness of two current commercially available activity trackers in rollator dependent elderly with reduced mobility (RME), compared with elderly with normal mobility (NME) and healthy adults (HA).

Factors associated with cell phone use in adolescents in the community of Madrid (Spain).

Publication Date: 
Apr 13, 2009

The purpose of this research is to measure cell phone use among high school adolescents and the factors associated with intensive cell phone use (depressive symptoms, social isolation, drug and alcohol use, school failure, and cell phone dependence).

PDA usage by Japanese resident physicians is low: a cross-sectional survey.

Publication Date: 
Oct 09, 2009

OBJECTIVES: Personal digital assistants (PDAs) are in widespread use by resident physicians in many countries, reaching as high as 95% in some reports. Uses are varied and include clinical decision support and support of evidence-based practice.

The role of information technology usage in physician practice satisfaction.

Publication Date: 
Oct 27, 2009

BACKGROUND: Despite the growing use of information technology (IT) in medical practices, little is known about the relationship between IT and physician satisfaction.

House officer procedure documentation using a Personal Digital Assistant: a longitudinal study.

Publication Date: 
Feb 20, 2006

BACKGROUND: Personal Digital Assistants (PDAs) have been integrated into daily practice for many emergency physicians and house officers. Few objective data exist that quantify the effect of PDAs on documentation.