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First report of a wearable fitness tracking device capturing a cardiac arrest

Posted by on Mar 31, 2018 in Case report, Uncategorized | 0 comments

First report of a wearable fitness tracking device capturing a cardiac arrest

Ruby Groome, Doctor MBBS, BSc (Hons)1, Petra Polgarova, Research Nurse, BSc, MSc1, Jonathan Martin, Consultant, MRCP, FFICM1

1ICU Addenbrooke’s Hospital, Cambridge, UK

Corresponding Author: Rubygroome@googlemail.com

Journal MTM 7:1:47–49, 2018

doi:10.7309/jmtm.7.1.7

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Volume 7 Issue 1

Posted by on Mar 31, 2018 in Featured, Uncategorized | 0 comments

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The Editorial Board at the Journal of Mobile Technology in Medicine is proud to present Volume 7, Issue 1. Mobile technology in Medicine is a rapidly developing area, and we hope to continue accelerating research in the field. We look forward to your submissions for Issue 2.


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Remote monitoring via CareLink Express™ improves patient and physician satisfaction and reduces economic costs in acute care centers

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Remote monitoring via CareLink Express™ improves patient and physician satisfaction and reduces economic costs in acute care centers

Dustin Hill, MD,1 Ritesh S. Patel MD,2 and David Bello MD3

1 Orlando Health, Department of Internal Medicine; 2 University of Texas McGovern Medical School Department of Internal Medicine; 3 Orlando Health Heart Institute

Corresponding author: Ritesh.s.patel@uth.tmc.edu

Journal MTM 7:1:40–46, 2018

doi:10.7309/jmtm.7.1.6

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Current Use of Smartphone and Tablet Applications in Orthopaedic Surgery Residency

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Current Use of Smartphone and Tablet Applications in Orthopaedic Surgery Residency

Joshua C. Luginbuhl MD1, Joey P. Johnson MD2, Anthony J. Boniello MD3, Mary K. Mulcahey MD4

1Joshua C. Luginbuhl, M.D., is an orthopaedic resident at Temple University Hospital in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; 2Joey P. Johnson, M.D., is an orthopaedic trauma fellow at Brown Alpert Medical School in Providence, Rhode Island; 3Anthony Boniello, M.D., is an orthopaedic resident at Drexel University College of Medicine/Hahnemann University Hospital in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; 4Mary K. Mulcahey, M.D., is an Associate Professor of orthopaedic surgery at Tulane University School of Medicine, New Orleans, Louisiana.

Corresponding Author: joshluginbuhl@gmail.com

Journal MTM 7:1:32–39, 2018

doi:10.7309/jmtm.7.1.5

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mHealth and infectious disease: The opportunity for public health departments to treat tuberculosis remotely

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mHealth and infectious disease: The opportunity for public health departments to treat tuberculosis remotely

Lois A. Ritter, EdD, MS, MA, MS-HCA, PMP, CHDA1; Mei Kwong, JD2; Laura Nasseri, MA2

1 Consultants in Health; 2 Center for Connected Health Policy

Corresponding author: loisrit@yahoo.com

Journal MTM 7:1:24–31, 2018

doi:10.7309/jmtm.7.1.4

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Using practical search strategies to identify health apps: A case study with smoking cessation

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Using practical search strategies to identify health apps: A case study with smoking cessation

Patric Gibbons, MS4, Edwin D. Boudreaux, PhD, Brianna L. Haskins, MS University of Massachusetts Medical School

Journal MTM 7:1:16–23, 2018

doi:10.7309/jmtm.7.1.3

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Integration of a Web-based Behavioral Health Assessment within a Collaborative Care Setting

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Integration of a Web-based Behavioral Health Assessment within a Collaborative Care Setting

Jessica Jeffrey, MD, MBA,1 Maegan Sinclair, MPH,1 Rachel Linonis, MS,1 Alan Semaan,1 Tommy Hsiao,1 William Chiu, MS,1 Mark Grossman, MD,2 Patricia Lester, MD1

1 Division of Population Behavioral Health, Nathanson Family Resilience Center, Semel Institute for Neuroscience and Human Behavior, UCLA, Los Angeles, CA; 2 UCLA Community Physicians & Specialty Care Networks, UCLA, Los Angeles, CA

Corresponding author: JJeffrey@mednet.ucla.edu

Journal MTM 7:1:9–15, 2018

doi:10.7309/jmtm.7.1.2

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Remote Biochemical Verification of Smoking Abstinence via Mobile-Phone Video Call

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Remote Biochemical Verification of Smoking Abstinence via Mobile-Phone Video Call

Sun S. Kim1, Kunsook Bernstein2, Olivia Shim3, Hua Fang4, Sherry McKee5, Douglas Ziedonis6

1University of Massachusetts Boston, College of Nursing and Health Sciences; 2Hunter College City University of New York, School of Nursing; 3Felician College, Department of Education; 4University of Massachusetts Dartmouth, Department of Computer and Information Science; University of Massachusetts Medical School, Department of Quantitative Health Sciences; 5Yale School of Medicine, Department of Psychiatry; 6University of California San Diego, Department of Psychiatry

Corresponding Author: sun.kim@umb.edu

Journal MTM 7:1:1–8, 2018

doi:10.7309/jmtm.7.1.1

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The Evolution of E-Health – Mobile Technology and mHealth

Posted by on Feb 29, 2012 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Medicine has always been an information intensive field from the first days of practice, when pearls of wisdom were passed along the generations as word of mouth.  Throughout history, informatics has been an integral part of medicine, facilitating the storage and accession of vast amounts of data.   This has come to the culmination of present day medical practice, which is built on the foundations of Electronic-Health (E-Health).  New information is rapidly disseminated through electronic access to medical journals and other relevant sources of information. Patient data is increasingly stored electronically, and reference information including textbooks are stored electronically in websites.  The E-Health revolution digitized the world, and medicine has benefited immensely.  Whilst having this information available electronically has numerous benefits, the delivery of this information to medical staff has been less than ideal, requiring doctors to be tied down to devices such as immobile desktop computers.  The next stage in digital informatics is to gain rapid access in both storing and creating material in a convenient manner; and smartphones have been an instrumental tool in this evolution. (more…)