mHealth: From Smartphone to Smart Systems provides a high level and comprehensive survey of the emergence of mobile technology healthcare. This book looks beyond the already-popular devices and apps associated with mHealth, exploring the major role this technology could play as healthcare steers inexorably toward an architecture
Table of Contents
Chapter 1: The Case for an mHealth Ecosystem, Chapter 2: Opportunities and Obstacles in the Adoption of mHealth, Case Study 2A. Using Tablet Computers to Improve Clinical Workflow and Information Security Chapter 3: The mHealth Stakeholder, Case Study 3A. Clinical Lab Results Around the Clock: Mobile Applications for the Active Physician Chapter 4: Mobile Building Blocks of the mHealth Ecosystem, Case Study 4A. U.S. Army mCare for Wounded Warriors: Secure Two-Way Messaging Program Improves Care, Appointment Attendance Chapter 5: The Integrated mHealth Ecosystem, Case Study 5 A. Bringing Mobile Health to Life in a Community Setting: Lake Nona, Orlando, FL Chapter 6: Devising an mHealth Strategy, Case Study 6A. Mobile Telemedicine: Reshaping Rural Communities’ Access to Quality Healthcare, Chapter 7: Business Modeling for the mHealth Ecosystem , Case Study 7A. Voice-Enabled Mobile Workflow Chapter 8: Security & Compliance, Case Study 8A. Boston Medical Center: Providing Centrally Managed Data Security for 400 Laptops Chapter 9: Practical Applications and Complementary mHealth Technologies, Case Study 9A. Using Mobile Technology to Transform Education for Health Workers at Remote Areas, Case Study 9B. Developing a Next-Generation Mobile Electronic Health Record System for the Ryder Trauma Center, Chapter 10: The Future of mHealth
Rick Krohn, MA, MAS An expert in healthcare corporate strategy and strategic marketing, business development, corporate communications, technology development and commercialization, Mr. Krohn has served as President of HealthSense since 1998. David Metcalf, PhD has a more than 20 years experience in design and research of web-based and mobile technologies converging to enable learning and healthcare. Recent efforts include the development of mobile technology strategies for Tufts University and University of Central Florida medical schools.