A strong national public health response to cancer requires the development of cancer registries to track the burden of disease. However, many low-income countries (LICs)…
Non-invasive device for detecting anemia in resource-limited settings.
Course in mHealth.
Can mHealth programs improve population outcomes in Africa? Leigh Bernstein Reardon, one of our new contributors, thinks it has great potential but cautions that mHealth interventions should undergo indepth evalaution to determine effective and ineffective strategies Mobile phones are ubiquitous throughout the world. Recent estimates from the United Nations International Telecommunication Union show that there are […]
Great to see “The Rise of the Reluctant Innovator” hitting the top spot in Amazon‘s best selling ‘Development Studies’ books chart (24th February 2014).
AbstractBackground Ronnie C. Wright Primary Writer & Editor-in-Chief ageFINE mHealth seeks to effectively improve the healthcare delivery process. We reviewed what we coined [care] > communities advancing remote extensions by employing mobile technology to deliver improvements in global healthcare.
We are excited to announce a new release of FrontlineSMS, our free and open-source desktop product. When we launched FrontlineCloud, we made a promise to continue to develop and support our desktop application.
mHealthNews: mHealth priorities differ in developing nations Eric Wicklund, editor of mHealthNews “A new study making the rounds today claims that most apps in high-income regions of the world are focused on diseases, while there’s a shortage of such apps in low-income countries. … What this study doesn’t point out is that mHealth apps are…More