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Improving the Evidence for Mobile Health

Date: March 2012

Language: English


Publisher: A.T. Kearney

Format: PDF

Size: 5.1 MB

Pages: 26


This publication seeks to address one of the major issues identified for the slow uptake and adoption of Mobile Health; the lack of relevant and robust evidence to support the reimbursement of Mobile Health. This publication is a guide to ensure that future research efforts accurately and effectively substantiate the benefits of Mobile Health. Published by A.T. Kearney | March 2012

This publication is a follow up to Mobile Health – Who Pays? produced by A.T. Kearney in collaboration with the GSMA. Mobile Health – Who Pays? highlighted the importance of Mobile Health to achieve adoption in health systems in the developed world and shed light on some of the intricacies of the payment mechanisms within these healthcare systems. Although there has been impressive growth in the quantity of evidence for Mobile Health, the commonly held view amongst key healthcare stakeholders is that the evidence does not address the key issues that support the widespread adoption of Mobile Health.

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