Posts Tagged mHealth

Mobile Health Technology- Pathway to Medication Optimization
June 7, 2019

Several years ago, I experienced a patient encounter that signaled to me that the future of mobile health technologies is primed for democratization by patients. As dean of the USF College […]

Excerpt from “Interprofessional Health Initiatives – Health Systems Cannot Succeed without Them!”
May 14, 2019

This summer, I will be publishing meaningful excerpts from previous posts; as I reviewed them, many are just as relevant in 2019 – 2020 as when I first published them. […]

Embracing Mobile Health Technologies- The answer to achieving Patient-Centered Care?(Part 2)
November 13, 2013

I spent last week attending the FutureMed2013 conference hosted by Singularity University.  It was a fantastic display of  futuristic technologies by the innovative souls that believe the future of health will be tied to “disruptive health technologies!” I too believe this; mobile Health (mHealth) technologies promise to change the entire patient-provider relationship.  These exponentially evolving technologies within medicine and healthcare  will […]

Emerging Mobile Health Technologies- Finally an answer to achieving Patient-Centered Care?(Part 1)
November 10, 2013

Recently I encountered a moment that gave me encouragement about the future of mobile health technologies and their acceptance by patients. While I am the dean of the USF College of Pharmacy (a member of USF Health), I still prioritize time to see patients in the ambulatory care clinic that I established almost 15 years ago. During a recent patient encounter, I […]