mHealth

Embracing Technology in Therapy

Working with patients with neurocognitive deficits demands flexibility, creativity and persistence on the part of the clinician. It’s the job of the clinician to understand each patient’s unique set of strengths and weaknesses in the development of a therapy program.

Starting a Health Care Blog? Read this First.

So your organization is starting a blog about your area of health care. Of course, I think blogs can be a great addition to traditional standards of care. Blogs are an excellent way to deliver health information quickly to a broad audience. Once a blog is up and running, it’s easy to add new content and publicize it with social media such as Facebook and Twitter  feeds.

Mobile Health Research Highlight: CABITs, TRICKs and HIVAS, Oh my!

In the last Mobile Health Research Highlight we examined theory-driven mHealth research. This week we highlight three new studies evaluating mHealth interventions, as well as talk about another trend in mHealth research: the widespread use of clever acronyms. While the use of acronyms isn’t a new phenomenon (I work for the military and can hear whole sentences of only acronyms), it seems like every new mHealth intervention has a creative nickname. I’ll break down the latest in mHealth acronyms:

Secretary of the Army John McHugh Visits T2 and Kicks the Tires

One of the challenges of developing innovative military health applications is trying to anticipate what will appeal to both the boots on the ground and senior leaders. Here at the National Center for Telehealth & Technology (T2), we coordinate frequent focus groups and several studies to help keep current with service member needs.

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