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m-health

(Mobile-HEALTH) An umbrella term for wireless devices that are used in healthcare. It includes mobile monitors worn by patients as well as smartphones that physicians and nurses use to obtain and disseminate information.
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Contract award notice: Provision of proximity mobile health units (portugal-faro: Paramedic vehicles)
08 (ANI): It has come to light that young adults consider the Mobile Health Units (MHUs) as a safe place that provides a portable and convenient method for bringing healthcare to communities.
SARGODHA -- Punjab Chief Minister Shehbaz Sharif handed over the keys of Mobile Health Unit (Mobile Hospital) to Sargodha Deputy Commissioner Liaquat Ali to provide healthcare for the residents of rural areas.
23 January 2018 - Arizona, US-based health assessment network Matrix Medical Network has agreed to acquire Florida, US-based mobile health assessment and diagnostic testing services provider HealthFair to expand the Matrix population health platform, the company said.
LAHORE -- About 250 employees of six Mobile Health Units (MHUs) being run in underdeveloped districts of the province haven't received their salaries for the last three months.
WORLDWIDE COMPUTER PRODUCTS NEWS-November 27, 2017-Hologic enters into ultrasound development and distribution agreement with Clarius Mobile Health
Dispelling accounts of overhyped mobile health apps that fail to back their claims with clinical studies, findings from the 2017 European Society of Cardiology Congress determined AliveCor's 30-second ECG to be the real deal.
ISLAMABAD -- Mobile health care units are being strengthened to provide basic health facilities to the people at their doorsteps in remote areas of Sindh.
The researchers have created a mobile health program, which will provide mothers with useful information at the periods when compliance with recommended practices generally dips.
Punjab Chief Minister satisfaction that six mobile health units had already been playing important role in providing best healthcare facilities to remote areas of southern Punjab.
They discuss data and decision making, including data accuracy in mobile health, geographic information system data, data-driven approaches to developing clinical practice guidelines, the use of big data, the use of collaborative systems, and data mining; healthcare process aspects like operations and management in a trauma center, Lean thinking in global healthcare, and quality and productivity; and information communication technology, such as telemedicine, e-mental health, technology for medication management, encryption, electronic health records, hospital messaging and communication, health information systems, and biomedical sensors.
The digital healthcare market is driven by surging adoption of use of smartphones, rising trend of home healthcare, rise in use of mobile health apps.