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4 Use Cases for Enterprise Wearable Technology

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4 Use Cases for Enterprise Wearable Technology

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Industry News construction context customer service Google Glass health care Mobile Enterprise smart glasses use cases warehousing wearablesWearables at home, wearables at work, wearables everywhere - we get it. But are you ready to discover what some of the most pivotal uses for wearables are?

Using Mobile Technology to Influence Health Care Reform

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Mobile Marketer published an article this morning in which many mobile industry experts shared their opinions on ways the government could use mobile technology to help pass health care reform legislation. This seems like the perfect opportunity to share some of the exciting ways our customers have been using mobile to influence health care legislation over the past few months. True Majority sent a text message broadcast asking people to call their Senators before they went on summer recess and pass health care reform.

Cellular Health Care

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For some time now, we have seen leading applications on mobile devices in the health care field. Today's technology column in BusinessWeek profiles several mobile phone applications in health care. Be sure to click on the View Slide Show to see several more examples.

Electronic Health Care/Medical libraries: a student instrument created with Articulate Engage

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This list of Electronic Health Care/Medical Libraries on the Internet was inserted into Articulate Engage by Carlos Kiyan and is almost 13MB. Nevertheless it works with dial-up connections as well because of the swf-technology of prebuffering. At ITM we are dabbling with Articulate Engage. it demands some actions from the learner. great helpdesk is a huge surplus.

A tool for screening #gender and #ethnicity in #mobile courses

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Name: International Journal of Interactive Mobile Technologies , 3 , 77-78. This simple tool was initially build to construct interactive mobile courses for health care workers in different developing regions, but with the rise of MOOC, I figure it could be used for all global courses. First of all a wonderful 2014 with lots of inspiring moments and growing wisdom! 2009).

FastCoExist Features Mobile Commons Enroll

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FastCoExist has a great article about Mobile Commons Enroll, our new product that helps educate people about their health insurance options under the Affordable Care Act. Entitled Making Obamacare Work, Using Simple Text Messages , the article explores how Mobile Commons Enroll “is fighting ignorance about Obamacare with a technology that many people use every day: the text message.”

Environmental Scan of Text Messaging Interventions Supports SMS Applications in Healthcare

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Department of Health and Human Services published an environmental scan titled “ Using Health Text Messages to Improve Consumer Health Knowledge, Behaviors, and Outcomes.”  The scan studied evidence on text messaging interventions from 2009 to 2012 to determine the effectiveness and acceptance of text messaging as an intervening tool in healthcare. In May 2014, the U.S.

Why Patients Want Their Doctors to Embrace Digital Communication

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That’s the consensus among American healthcare consumers, who perceive their doctors as behind the times when it comes to their willingness to embrace digital communication technologies like text messaging. Digital technologies, patients note, are widely used in almost every other industry to facilitate transactions and make processes more efficient.

#mHealth a #diabetes #mobile project in DRCongo, Cambodia and the Philippines

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Needs going into the project: Getting in touch with diabetes people (diabetes 1 and 2) who are living in remote areas or who have a hard time getting to their health clinics/health care workers/diabetes educators. Keep control of the program and the health messages. Easily build health messages to send around in bulk. Finding a low cost (free and open source!)

A Text Message a Day Keeps the Doctor Away

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Health literacy, disorganization, low self-efficacy, and forgetfulness make up 75% of non-adherence cases. According to OtpumRx, 27% of medication non-adherers default on their medication because of health literacy issues. And since text messages are discrete and personable, they allow the patient to feel engaged and cared for no matter where they are or what they are doing.

#ICT4d Using #mHealth to improve access to family planning and child health services in #Malawi by Limbanazo Kapindula

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He comes all the way from Malawi where he was involved in three 5year projects with Management Sciences for Health , they all came to an end inSeptember 2011 (5 year projects). So how canthe access to care be increased? mobile mLearning ITM health ICT4DThis is a short synopsis of his presentation. How can community workers be helped? 13 of the28 Malawi districts were targeted.

Mobiles, Artificial Intelligence and Cloud Computing Merge — MobileBeyond

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Smartphone technology and wireless mobile applications migrated to the only necessary computing device–the human brain. Health care became an electronic collaboration of patient and provider, driving down health costs, improving physical and mental well-being. All became real. Reality became anything people wanted it to be. What do you think about this post?

Evaluating mHealth Solutions for Healthcare Organizations

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A revolution is underway in the healthcare industry, and it hinges on a technology that fits in your pocket. According to a recent survey by the nonprofit Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS), nearly 90 percent of professionals working in healthcare organizations use mobile devices to engage their patients in clinical care. billion by 2018. Mobile Apps.

JMIR Reviews Text Messaging Studies, Finds Positive Overall Results

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JMIR recently released a systematic literature review of studies that used SMS to remind patients of health care services. Text messaging is currently used by a wide range of in health care organizations and providers. Other represented groups included: Patients with asthma, Adolescents with mental health problems, Patients with schizophrenia, and.

How SMS Chat Saves Time, Money and Peace of Mind

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Mobile technology has lent a big hand in changing the healthcare industry’s landscape. SMS chat, specifically, allows more and more individuals to making informed and proactive decisions about their health with instantaneous, private, and direct communication. Some health questions cannot wait. People prefer to keep their personal health matters private. Blog health

The Mobile Learning Edge: Table of Contents

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Management of Mobile Learning, Knowledge, and Performance 149 Classroom Uses of Mobile Technologies 150 Emergency and Health-Care Uses of Mobile Learning 153 Knowledge Management 155 Learning Management 156 Mobile Learning Management Systems 160 Mobile Learning Content Management Systems 162 Team Management 163 The Shift in Power with Mobile Learning 165 8. WordPress Admin

Mobile Commons, Sanofi US, and the Prostate Cancer Foundation Partner to Improve Patient Understanding with the New PROST8CARE™ Text Messaging Program

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The text messages are designed to increase patients’ involvement—and help reinforce the information provided by their professional health care teams. Mobile Commons, a mobile strategy and software company, is the technology behind today’s most effective mobile messaging campaigns. All Posts Blog Company News Customer News health Press Press ReleasesAbout Mobile Commons.

Defining Mobile Learning Isn’t Enough | Knowledge Management System (KMS) Blog

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Pushing my thinking even further, Dr. So (2010) in a presentation at the Association for Educational Communications and Technology asked me to consider the relationships among mobile learning, elearning , and distance learning.  He suggested that many people would argue that mobile learning and elearning were subsets of distance learning. What does it mean if the device or system is mobile?

Come Visit Us in Booth 431 at mHealth!

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Over the past few years, mobile technology has revolutionized how doctors, governments, hospitals, and health care providers can connect with patients. ” Keynote speakers are from government health organizations, corporate groups, and healthcare providers. Here’s Nick Kengmana from our team manning the booth: All Posts Blog Company News Events health

Mobile Healthcare Apps Exemplify m-Learning

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Doctors have really taken to mobile technology in a way that most of us have not. For years, the healthcare industry has been deploying mobile technologies of all kinds to medical practitioners so they can access references, patient records and all sorts of other information necessary to them at the point of need. And using consumer technologies offers another big advantage, it allows the patient to proactively handle their health care by carrying their records with them on their mobile device. Information Week references AllOne in another article.

You made me realize I cannot do it alone: my network is my strength, my beacon of light, my inspiration, so thanks to you all!

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The other great beacon of inspiration, and a most humbling one, were all the health care workers I met in 2009 and with whom my colleagues and I tried to find solutions for their eLearning situations and challenges. Those health care workers knew and know how important a network is. Technology enables those networks, but does not build or nourish them.

What are priority #mLearning #research topics? Answers from mLearn experts

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Conferences are always a great way to learn, but sometimes the ideas and knowledge gathered there stays located to the participants. To try and get some of the knowledge on mobile learning out to all of us, I recorded some small videos with my mobile device. asked 8 people to give me feedback, but due to the quality of the recordings only 5 were editable.

How SMS Chat Saves Time, Money and Peace of Mind

Mobile Commons

Mobile technology has lent a big hand in changing the healthcare industry’s landscape. SMS chat, specifically, allows more and more individuals to making informed and proactive decisions about their health with instantaneous, private, and direct communication. Some health questions cannot wait. When individuals have an urgent health matter, the ability to send a question and receive a response instantaneously saves the healthcare industry money through by cutting back on costly false-alarm ER visits. People prefer to keep their personal health matters private.

August Hot List: Mobile Learning Content

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Best of Mobile Learning August 1, 2009 to August 31, 2009 Featured Sources The following are the top items from featured sources based on social signals. Daydreamer , August 22, 2009.

ramblings: Learning with ‘Appropriate’ Technology in Africa: PC Labs or Mobile Phones

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There are of course many competing and confused ideas about what could constitute appropriate learning technologies and systems for Africa, and about what would be the ‘appropriate’ forms of e-learning in Africa. Thirdly, education systems and institutions have seldom developed their own sustainable, scalable technologies anywhere in the world. Or is it something else?

QR Codes: Augmenting Augmented Reality | Instructional Design Fusions

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Augmented reality refers to technology that modifies a user’s “real” view of reality with computer-generated imagery. The white border is part of the code. QR codes can be read by specialized scanners, by mobile phones with cameras, and by smartphones. Free QR code generators can be used to generate QR code images. The QR code image is generated along with an image  url and html code. 

Telemedicine and eLearning in eHealth: case of Norwegian lessons learned

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Even if developments go very slow, it will be part of the future health care, in that case even the smallest steps count. They health minister was not that strong, so parallel pillars were build for decision making, but policies can also be taken from similar countries, so you can leapfrog into policies that work. It is better economics and knowledge exchange.

National Alliance for Hispanic Health is Up for a Knight Foundation Award!

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The Foundation is awarding $5 million in funding to organizations that “harness mobile technology to inform and engage communities.” Well, we’re delighted that one of our customers – the National Alliance for Hispanic Health – is a semifinalist! The NAHH is being considered for their Buena Salud club, which texts out health care information to the Hispanic community. “Hispanics are less likely to receive information in the language and cultural context needed to support their health and well-being,” they write. Related Links.

Mobile Commons Launches Integration with Twilio Connect

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Mobile Commons pioneers easy-to-use technology for scalable mobile marketing campaign management. Mobile Commons’ technology has powered hundreds of successful mobile campaigns in the brand advertising, agency, advocacy, political and charitable giving sectors, including Nike, Credo Mobile, Service Employees International Union (SEIU), Oxfam International, Andre Agassi Foundation, ASPCA, NYC Department of Public Health, Care USA, National Association of Realtors, National Basketball Association’s (NBA’s) Sacramento Kings, DoSomething.org, World Wildlife Fund (WWF) and more.

Call for young medical researchers that work or reside in the South: essay competition

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At ITM we are organizing the Emerging Voices colloquium which will feature new innovative technologies for research and put young researchers in the driving seat of the colloquium. The Institute of Tropical Medicine promotes ‘Health care for all’ in its mission statement. However, achieving universal health coverage is easier said than done.

INAS, Rabat, Morocco – starting an eLearning project – the basics

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Morocco has a great variety of regions that have very diverse technology, connectivity wise. At the same time the INAS just became the major players in health education throughout the nation. They need to reach out to 45000 health care workers of different levels (medical doctors, nurses, health care workers, trainers in the different clinics…) and they only have limited resources.

parrallel session #eden09 thursday morning that I attended

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"The use of a peer-assessment and a reflection report to measure collaborating learning efoorts an interdisciplinary project for studetns of the faculty of teacher training, the faculty of social work and welfare studies, and athe faculty of health care" by Kristof Uvijn, Hogeschool Gent, Belgium. They have a midterm evaluation to get the students more at ease with the technology.

David Metcalf: mLearning theory mashups at mLearncon

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Mixed emerging technology integration lab ( METIL ) 5 ideas: mobile performance support authentic learning and mobile empowering constructivism spacing effect (mobile enabling interval-based learning, reinforcement and retention) learning theory mashups (mobile, web2.0, ISD, situated learning and context, mobile game learning.) Very intelligent man with charisma, with homepage. Golden hour'.

Mobile Commons at the Stanford Mobile Health 2012 Conference

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The Mobile Health 2012 conference at Stanford recently wrapped up two days of great conversation about the way mobile technology is changing the face of healthcare. Businessman, innovator, and author of a recent book on weight loss, Kirchoff spoke to an audience of health and technology experts on how we can all take baby steps toward a healthier future.

#EDEN09 thursday blogpost schedule

Ignatia Webs

Remarks on new learning methods that result from the new technologies we are using, using technology the way art people do (quite innovative and regularly out of the box), mobile learning that redefines the way we as learners perceive the world. This is my first time at EDEN, so really interested in what to expect. Gdansk is an incredibly beautiful city by the way!

lff10 Androids in Africa by Nick Short

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New opportunities to old challenges One health and veterinary apps Android in Africa initiative Future possibilities Mobile penetration is increasing in Africa. There is only one health, a lot of the human diseases are related to animal diseases and vica versa. Answer: mobile technology will have a very profound effect in low resource areas. Question: network costs?

Challenge Based Learning w’ Marco Torres

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At this event, we got to hear in a conversational atmosphere from Marco’s substantial international perspective on how technology can engage learners and transform learning. Marco spoke about how the big challenge for the US in coming out of the financial crisis is to sove its problems in three areas: sustainability, health care, and education. I had the great pleasure this week of attending a colloqium with well-known ADE Marco Torres. The man himself teachers at a large (5000+) highschool in California, where he has just been named Educator of the year. Solution?

A Text Message a Day Keeps the Doctor Away

Mobile Commons

Health literacy, disorganization, low self-efficacy, and forgetfulness make up 75% of non-adherence cases. According to OtpumRx, 27% of medication non-adherers default on their medication because of health literacy issues. And since text messages are discrete and personable, they allow the patient to feel engaged and cared for no matter where they are or what they are doing.

AG08 keynote speaker John Patrick: the future of the Internet

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Gives health care examples, because this is still old school (in US). It was not a pretty picture: technology version of what is happening in economic and housing sector today. seurity redefined, privacy policy and framework essential, linkage of brand and digital ID, block bad things with technology - not laws. The same thing will happen to all the other industries.