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Mobile mHealth

At first glance, the term ‘mobile mHealth’ might seem redundant. Consider a mobile van equipped not with physicians or nurses for the homeless, runaway youth, uninsured people above the poverty level, deployed servicemen, and the incarcerated, but with a medical … Continue reading

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