Mobile Technology

Study shows significant digital divide in China

December 3, 2018
First national-level study on eHealth behaviors in a middle- and low-income country shows health care infrastructure building in underserved communities should be priority

Shortening distance with technology

May 23, 2018
Pharmacy professor brings health students and experts together from different disciplines and locations

Repairing a broken system: The role of technology

December 11, 2016
How disruptive technologies can help keep the health care team (and the patient) on track

Texas A&M launches new Zika-fighting app

October 28, 2016
How Texas A&M is adding a tool to the mosquito control arsenal, encouraging communities to clean up their yards to prevent standing water

Health trackers of the future: Trends and technologies for monitoring health remotely

April 28, 2016
Various health monitoring devices can already be linked to electronic health records, and they will probably soon become accurate enough to have real clinical use

Get your senses straight: A hearing app at your fingertips?

January 25, 2016
Your next hearing test, just a phone swipe away

Big data, major health care advances

December 11, 2015
How the Texas A&M Health Science Center leads the way in biomedical informatics

Improving health through mobile technology: Beyond the hype

September 25, 2015
Clinicians are able to pull up patient records using their mobile phones, and patients are increasingly getting and tracking health information from mobile applications

Researchers apply innovative mobile technology to primary care

March 27, 2014

Two Texas A&M Health Science Center School of Rural Public Health professors, Yan Hong, Ph.D. and Marcia Ory, Ph.D., along with several others, recently published an article online in the Journal of Medical Internet Research Mhealth and Uhealth on the use of mobile devices by primary care physicians and their patients.