Mobile health technology for personalized primary care medicine

Mobile health technology for personalized primary care medicine

Current primary care delivery models often revolve around a series of episodes, rather than functioning as a continuum. Personalized care through mobile health technologies inspires the transition from isolated snapshots based on serial visits to real time and trended data. Providing real-time data would facilitate patients and their care providers to better understand illness dynamics, develop adaptive approaches to improve health outcomes, and deliver personalized care when it is most needed.

Shaw, R.J., Bonnet, J., Modarai, F., George, A., Shahsahebi, M. (2015). Mobile health technology for personalized primary care medicine. American Journal of Medicine,128(6), 555-557. doi: 10.1016/j.amjmed.2015.01.005 PMID: 25613298

Can Mobile Health Applications Facilitate Meaningful Behavior Change?

Can Mobile Health Applications Facilitate Meaningful Behavior Change?

Development and Implementation of an Interactive Text Messaging Campaign to Support Behavior Change in a Childhood Obesity Randomized Controlled Trial

Development and Implementation of an Interactive Text Messaging Campaign to Support Behavior Change in a Childhood Obesity Randomized Controlled Trial