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The Role of mHealth for Equitable Access to Healthcare for Rural Residents

@inproceedings{Deitenbeck2018TheRO,
  title={The Role of mHealth for Equitable Access to Healthcare for Rural Residents},
  author={Becky Deitenbeck and Sajda Qureshi and Jason Jie Xiong},
  booktitle={AMCIS},
  year={2018}
}
While Mobile Health (mHealth), and medical applications offer the possibility of pervasive and improved delivery of healthcare services, their adoption in rural communities remains limited. Following an overview of the potential of mHealth applications to support improved access to equitable healthcare by rural residents, this paper offers an analysis of perceptions held by rural residents relating to their use technologies in a rural Midwestern community. Using data from a sample of 1,667… 

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