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Physician Perspectives on Benefits of mHealth Adoption, Use

Whereas the bigger networks and health systems may have the resources for mHealth adoption, those in a much smaller environment have to make do with less — or be more creative. To try to understand how independent and small practice doctors might be approaching mHealth, mHealthIntelligence.com spoke with four physicians in very different settings. The advice they offer makes it clear...


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