This post discusses using transdisciplinary alliances to create innovative modes of data collection and new, dynamic computational models health-related behavior in real time.
The advent of low-cost, real-time monitoring technologies is allowing researchers to collect more data than ever before. A USC trial investigates whether this data can be used to improve cancer patient care by bridging the information gap between doctor’s office visits.
Government funding agencies as well as the global clinical research community are increasingly embracing mHealth for its numerous advantages over traditional data collection and research methodologies. (more…)