Evaluation Methods Used to Assess mHealth Applications for Cardiovascular Disease: First Results of a Scoping Review

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Creators: Holl, Felix and Kircher, Jennifer and Swoboda, Walter
Title: Evaluation Methods Used to Assess mHealth Applications for Cardiovascular Disease: First Results of a Scoping Review
Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item
Event Title: (Proceedings of the) 31st Medical Informatics Europe (MIE)
Event Location: Virtual Conference
Event Dates: May, 29-31, 2021
Projects: DigiHealth
Page Range: pp. 1083-1084
Date: May 2021
Divisions: Gesundheitsmanagement
Abstract: Potential benefits of mHealth applications are large for chronic diseases. To get an overview of how these applications are being evaluated, a scoping review is being conducted. First results show that single factors are most commonly assessed. The results of clinical outcome measures are the most common. Economic factors are the least common. A uniform framework that specifies different factors and metrics for the evaluation is not apparent.
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Citation:

Holl, Felix and Kircher, Jennifer and Swoboda, Walter (2021) Evaluation Methods Used to Assess mHealth Applications for Cardiovascular Disease: First Results of a Scoping Review. In: (Proceedings of the) 31st Medical Informatics Europe (MIE), May, 29-31, 2021, Virtual Conference, pp. 1083-1084.

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