An mHealth Prescription: What We Can Learn from the Developing World
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An mHealth Prescription: What We Can Learn from the Developing World

An mHealth Prescription: What We Can Learn from the Developing World

by frog Creative Director Kate Canales, presented at the World Congress on mHealth in Cambridge.

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  • I'd add a twist on slide 3, that information shared between patients is the most valued, but perhaps not the most valuable. That is, it tends to be the most relevant, context appropriate, and trusted by patients. It is also the most likely to be (sometimes wildly) inaccurate.

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  • Hello.An mHealth Prescription: What We Can Learn from the Developing World David Aylward, Ashoka and Kate Canales, frog
  • Four Patterns and Their Lessons:What We Can Learn from the Developing World
  • Pattern 1:Information shared betweenpatients is the most valuableinformation in healthcare.
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  • Information shared between patients is the mostvaluable information in healthcare. Lesson: Get comfortable with these non- clinical sources. Use technology to reinforce patient communities with accurate, relevant information. mHealth World Congress 7/29/11 7
  • Pattern 2:The gaps in healthcare and self-careare filled by humans, not technology.Technology just helps.
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  • The gaps in healthcare and selfcare are filled by humans,not technology. Technology just helps. Lesson: Build tools to support and extend the human infrastructure, not replace it. mHealth World Congress 7/29/11 11
  • Pattern 3: Successful initiatives usually ride on existing systems.Photo credit: Pornchai Kittiwongsakul/AFP – Getty Images
  • Photo credit: Pornchai Kittiwongsakul/AFP – Getty Images
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  • Successful initiatives usually ride on existing systems. Lesson: Find systems that are working to support people, then build on them. (And we need to remember to look outside of healthcare.) mHealth World Congress 7/29/11 15
  • Pattern 4:You can’t design for behaviorchange if you don’t understandmotivation and meaning.
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  • You can’t change behavior if you don’t understandmotivation and meaning Lesson: Start small and learn your way to the right solutions through a deep understanding of patient and user context. mHealth World Congress 7/29/11 20
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