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As the healthcare industry moves toward patient-centered care, quality measurement is key.
This paper synthesizes existing evidence for virtual and collaborative care, while demonstrating how virtual delivery can...
While coaches do not treat complex psychological disorders, they support emotion management, challenge support relationships and communication skill-building.
A great way to create healthy cultures and encourage a positive experience in the workplace is from the top down.
This presentation proposes a model for advancing wellness for superutilizers.
This study examines the predictive value of using mobile data in relation to gold standard clinical measures.
This study determines whether a mobile mood tracking and alert (MTA) mobile application (app) improved mental health care delivery in a high-risk obstetric population.
This study uses mobile phone based co-location and communication sensing to measure characteristic behavior changes in symptomatic individuals, reflected in their total communication, interactions with respect to time of day (e.g., late night, early morning), diversity and entropy of face-to-face interactions and movement.
This study uses co-location and communication sensors in mass-market mobile phones to model the diffusion of health-related behaviors via face-to-face interactions amongst the residents of an undergraduate residence hall.
This study examines the relationship between sleep, mood, and sociability in the everyday life of healthy young adults. Ginger has a rich patent portfolio linking mobile data to relevant clinical endpoints.
This study explores and uncovers the associations between sleep, mood and sociability by studying a population of healthy young adults
This study uses location and communication sensors to model individual behaviors and symptoms, long-term health outcomes, and the diffusion of opinions in a community.
This details a pilot study designed to study the relationship of sociability and sleep quality, both measured and perceived, of healthy adults.
This study aims to understand and develop a model that best describes the change in BMI using social interaction data.
This study aims to find physiological or behavioral markers for stress.
This study characterizes smartphone use by measuring screen-time directly, determine factors that are associated with increased screen-time, and to test the hypothesis that increased screen-time is associated with poor sleep.
This study evaluates the use of smartphone-based geofencing to track hospitalizations.