More health groups use mHealth to reach out to underserved populations

08/1/2013 | Healthcare Informatics online

Health groups increasingly are turning to mobile health to better connect with underserved patient populations, according to this article. For instance, the Center for Connected Health in Boston is using text messaging to provide medical interventions to underserved addiction and prenatal patients, while Dignity Health in California is using an inhaler and mHealth application to monitor medication adherence among asthma patients.

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