Patient Monitoring in Mobile Health: Opportunities and Challenges

  title={Patient Monitoring in Mobile Health: Opportunities and Challenges},
  author={Niloofar Mohammadzadeh and Reza Safdari},
  journal={Medical Archives},
  pages={57 - 60}
ABSTRACT Background: In most countries chronic diseases lead to high health care costs and reduced productivity of people in society. The best way to reduce costs of health sector and increase the empowerment of people is prevention of chronic diseases and appropriate health activities management through monitoring of patients. To enjoy the full benefits of E-health, making use of methods and modern technologies is very important. Methods: this literature review articles were searched with… 

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