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Natl J Community Med. 2013; 4(3): 545-549

m-Health- Can it Improve Indian Public Health System

Sanjeev Davey, Anuradha Davey.


"Introduction: The role of Mobile application evaluation in public health (m-health) is now in fact, essential for us to make use of this very fast growing technology in making the bright future of Public health of people.
Objectives: To critically analyze the role of Mobile Applications in Public Health (m-health).
Materials and methods: A Systematic Review of related studies in literature published till 30th June 2013on role of Mobile-Applications in Public health (m-Health) was done.
Results: A wide variety of Mobile health applications are available in Mobile Phone Market with lack of proper Regulation from health care authorities and with variably good results.
Conclusions: We must use these applications guardedly weighing its benefits and utility in Public Health as well as capitalize the good prospect and capability of m-health worldwide application in the field of Public Health Globally. This means that we can have a greater access to larger segments of a population in developing countries like India and this can improve the capacity of our India health system to provide quality healthcare, which is in great demand today."

Key words: Internet, Public Health, m- Health e-Health

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