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Mobile and wireless health (mHealth) technologies offer the potential to advance research, prevent disease, enhance diagnostics, improve treatment, improve adherence, reduce disparities, increase access to health services, and lower healthcare costs in ways previously unimaginable. Real-time, continuous biological, behavioral and environmental data collected by mHealth technologies will improve our understanding of the etiology of health and disease, particularly when integrated with other data such as genomics, biomarkers, and electronic medical records. This panel workshop will explore the use of mHealth to enhance measurement, health research and health outcomes in the US and the global community.
Santosh Kumar, Ph.D.
Mobile Measurement of Behavioral and Social Health at Population Scale University of Memphis
David H. Gustafson, Ph.D.
Impact of Smartphone Systems to Improve Patient Outcomes. Results of Randomized Trials University of Wisconsin-Madison
Alain B. Labrique, Ph.D., M.HS., M.S.
mHealth and Global Health: Opening New Windows of Opportunity to Reduce Mortality Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
Wendy Nilsen, Santosh Kumar, Alain Labrique and David Gustafson