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mHealth Apps Aid Remote Monitoring of Elderly Patients

May 17, 2017 - mHealth apps designed at the University of Alabama Huntsville (UAH) may soon provide remote monitoring solutions that can provide better care choices for treating elderly patients. Using a smartphone secured to the patient with a chest strap, the software uses CDC standardized tests for mobility and is able to record movement data that is uploaded to an elderly patient’s EHR. Over time,...


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mHealth Apps Aid Remote Monitoring of Elderly Patients

by Thomas Beaton

mHealth apps designed at the University of Alabama Huntsville (UAH) may soon provide remote monitoring solutions that can provide better care choices for treating elderly patients. Using a smartphone secured to the patient with a chest strap,...

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