Mobile healthcare applications: system design review, critical issues and challenges

@article{Baig2014MobileHA,
  title={Mobile healthcare applications: system design review, critical issues and challenges},
  author={Mirza Mansoor Baig and H. Gholamhosseini and Martin J. Connolly},
  journal={Australasian Physical & Engineering Sciences in Medicine},
  year={2014},
  volume={38},
  pages={23-38}
}
Mobile phones are becoming increasingly important in monitoring and delivery of healthcare interventions. They are often considered as pocket computers, due to their advanced computing features, enhanced preferences and diverse capabilities. Their sophisticated sensors and complex software applications make the mobile healthcare (m-health) based applications more feasible and innovative. In a number of scenarios user-friendliness, convenience and effectiveness of these systems have been… CONTINUE READING
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