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Inclusion health is a service, research, and policy agenda that aims to prevent and redress health and social inequities among the most vulnerable and excluded populations. We did an evidence synthesis of health and social interventions for inclusion health target populations, including people with experiences of homelessness, drug use, imprisonment, and sex work. These populations often have mult...
It has become trendy in health policy circles to believe that behavioral economic interventions are the key to health system improvement. After all, traditional economic interventions like pay per performance have generated underwhelming results, with little or no change in physician behavior. Why not try a non-financial, psychological intervention: like performance feedback! Well, a study condu...
The impact of Digital Health on patient care is accelerating with the increasing adoption of mobile health apps and wearable sensors. Health-related mobile applications available to consumers now surpass 318,500—nearly double the number available just two years ago—with approximately 200 new apps added to the market each day. This rapid app expansion, coupled with more […] The post Study...
(University of Chicago Medical Center) Mobile health units bring important medical services to communities across the country. A new study indicates that mobile health units may provide a new approach for offering sexual health education and services to adolescents.
NEW YORK–(BUSINESS WIRE)–New research “Empowering Patients Using Smart Mobile Health Platforms: Evidence from a Randomized Field Experiment,” from NYU Stern Professor Anindya Ghose and co-authors, Beibei Li of Carnegie Mellon University and Xitong Guo of the Harbin Institute of Technology, explores how emerging mobile health (mHealth) technologies can persuade chronic-disease pat...
A new report from Research2Guidance on mobile health app developers also found that average development costs have soared over the past few years.
Health Wizz have launched a mobile platform with blockchain technology to provide patients a secure platform to aggregate, organize and share personal health records.
Interventions geared towards the health care system, health care professionals, and patients led to a 12% increase in retinopathy screening attendance vs. usual care, according to a recently published Cochrane Systematic Review. “Due to the prevalence of diabetic retinopathy and the very real risk it poses to sight, our review highlights the importance of such interventions, as similar increases...
Researchers from Purdue University, IU Health Arnett and Virta Health have found the com
AxisPoint Health, has partnered with mPulse Mobile, provider of insights-driven mobile engagement solutions for healthcare, to launch a new digital messaging tool to effectively engage health plan members in their care. As part of the company’s CarePoint care management solution, the new tool lets care managers engage in one-on-one conversations with members via SMS text, and also ... Read...
David SalazarThe research found that over 15 months, patients who adopted a Chinese mobile health platform saw a more than 2000% reduction in glucose levels over time, on average. read more
MobiHealthNews | MintHealth has announced the launch of its self-sovereign health record platform here at the Connected Health Conference in Boston. Powered by blockchain technology, the service allows patients to access their health records in real-time through a mobile or web app, and features a specialized digital currency as an incentive for preferred patient behaviors.
(Reuters Health) - First-time mothers who have an epidural are more likely to have a vaginal birth without forceps or other interventions if they’re lying down rather than upright during labor, a UK study suggests.
The United States engaged in forty-six military interventions from 1948–1991, from 1992–2017 that number increased fourfold to 188. At a time when the United States is preparing to increase Pentagon spending and escalate troop deployments overseas, an analysis of U.S. military interventions since the country’s founding highlights two important and related dynamics. Second, U.S. military in...
11/20/2017 By most accounts, consumer adoption of the mobile payments trend has increased steadily, as consumers grow to understand its value and their concerns about security are assuaged. While some analysts say that B2B and retail can be expected to embrace mobile payments in the greatest numbers in the years to come, companies across […] The post By the Numbers: The Latest in Mobi...
Clinicient, Inc., a provider of business solutions for outpatient rehabilitation has acquired Keet Health, an Austin, TX-based mobile patient engagement platform. The acquisition will expand Clinicient’s solutions with Keet’s mobile patient engagement platform to enable providers to deliver exceptional patient experiences, improve outcomes and reduce costs. Founded in 2015, Keet Health keeps p...
Children’s National Health System has chosen Artifact Health’s mobile physician query solution to improve their quality of patient records and ensure full reimbursement.
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SAN DIEGO — Consultation with rheumatologist via a novel, mobile application demonstrated significant health care cost savings for patients with rheumatoid arthritis, and encouraged more efficient disease management, according to findings presented at the American College of Rheumatology Annual Meeting.Fei Xiao, MD, CEO of Cinkate Corporation and a lead author of the study, presented findings fo...
Health Wizz has announced it’s token pre-sale and the launch of it’s new mobile platform that leverages blockchain, mobile technologies and data management to help consumers aggregate and organize their medical record data, then use the blockchain to securely access and share their data. As consumers gain greater awareness, they have greater expectations. They expect to be in ...
Mobile health units may offer a viable approach for helping adolescents access sexual and health services, including contraception.
Bracket, a provider of clinical trial technology and specialty services provider has acquired mProve Health Inc., a provider of mobile patient engagement tools for clincial trials to support life sciences companies. For Bracket, the acquisition will help improve patient engagement through the use of “Bring Your Own Device” mobile tools in clinical trials. Founded in ... Read More
Two-year-old Pear Therapeutics Inc. closed an undisclosed seed round led by 5AM Ventures (added a partner to the board) and s...
Dr Christoph Diener on the 2017 studies that show how even moderate lifestyle interventions can have a major impact. Medscape Neurology
UCLA Health has launched a first for the West Coast: a mobile