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More than one billion women in low- and middle-income countries have access to a cell phone, which...Read More
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As a mother I want to access health care and take care of my... Read More
We have developed an inexpensive portable ECG with pulseoximeter called mobmon that works with an Android smartphone or tablet. We are looking to connect with clinics and doctors in poor and rural areas that need this critical monitoring capability. The key feature is the real-time transmission...Read More
The MINDS Foundation is committed to a grassroots approach to eliminate stigma and provide educational, medical, and moral support for patients with mental illness in rural India.
Background: Mobile health (mHealth) describes the use of portable electronic devices with software applications to provide health services and manage patient information. With approximately 5 billion mobile phone users globally, opportunities for mobile technologies to play a... Read More
Novartis assists in the development and marketing of innovative products that can help prevent and cure disease. A public-private partnership that embodies Novartis’ commitment to improve maternal and child health is SMS for Life, which harnesses everyday technology to eliminate stock...Read More
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I remember the moment I opened my eyes after the surgery. There were a few people huddled around the bed next to mine, and they were all crying. Before I had a chance to ask what had happened my mother held my hand and said, “Thank God. My dear, you are safe. The woman next to you has… lost her...Read More
Until recently, I was living in the Democratic Republic of Congo, a war ravaged country among the poorest in the world. Just around the time when iPhones and apps were becoming fashionable among the tech-savvy, I was experiencing life stripped of all luxuries: I bathed with a bucket of water and...Read More
By 2015, people over the age of 65 will, for the first time, outnumber children under 5. This so-called silver tsunami will significantly increase the global disease burden, as aging populations fight diabetes, cancer, high cholesterol, and other non-communicable diseases (NCDs).
Do you have images of mHealth in the field? The mHealth Alliance is looking for mHealth images from our users.
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In Highlights: 2012, the Center for Health Market Innovations (CHMI) identifies a number of new trends in solutions that aim to improve the quality, affordability and accessibility of healthcare for the poorest and most vulnerable. These...Read More
Mobile health technology offers a range of benefits for programs deploying field-based health workers to rural or inaccessible areas in developing countries. Current mHealth...Read More
Baby Monitor takes clinical screening directly to women in the critical period before and after birth. This mobile phone application, developed with partners at InSTEDD, uses interactive voice response technology to detect complications and take action. Women listen to screening questions in...Read More
A free SMS service for expectant mothers and families that provides appointment reminders and tips on keeping mothers and newborns healthy. The subject matter of messages and the timing of delivery correspond with the woman's due date. The service, which is part of national media campaign,...Read More