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Study Shows Benefits From Mobile Health Tech in Low-Resource Areas

Research project in India was led by Scripps cardiologist

A patient in a low-resource area receives mobile tech imaging care from a physician.

Research project in India was led by Scripps cardiologist

Researchers led by Scripps Clinic cardiologist Sanjeev Bhavnani, MD, found that heart disease patients examined at a mobile health clinic received treatment more quickly and had fewer hospitalizations and deaths, according to recently published clinical trial results that were reported by MobiHealthNews.

The research project involved about 250 patients in a part of India with limited medical resources.

Read the MobiHealthNews report: Study: In Resource-Poor Areas, Connected Devices Reduce Hospitalizations, Deaths

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