October 10th, 2011
Christian Seebode

Another remarkable result is contributed by this post: http://www.forbes.com/sites/sarikabansal/2011/10/07/mhealth-text-message-txt2stop/2/ To the delight of mobile health proponents around the world, the researchers found that nearly 11% of smokers in the intervention group quit smoking, as compared to 5% of those in the control group. They published their findings in the Lancet this summer. This study is […]

July 20th, 2011
Christian Seebode

The following link depicts the demand for an open mhelth architecture http://rds.epi-ucsf.org/ticr/syllabus/courses/2/2011/03/08/Lecture/readings/Sim_OpenmHealth_.pdf This approach is one of the technical dimensions necessary to support patient centeredness in information infrastructure. A vertical architecture with open interfaces is very important to build a multitude of services on to of it. Mobile devices have the great virtue to be […]