eHIP – the eHealth & Intervention Platform (UA16-123)

Inventors from the University of Arizona Bio Computing Facility have developed eHIP (eHealth & Intervention Platform), a platform for conducting mobile device-basedhealth interventions and behavioral research. This platform includes text, voice, and video messaging systems, data collection, and web-based forms. These features can be modified, or built from scratch to suit the specific needs of any project. This can be used to collect information about the spread of COVID-19 in communities. Pima County in Arizona is using this technology for its AZCOVIDTXT program. For more, visit 4.4 billion people worldwide owning mobile phones, there is a tremendous opportunity to utilize mobile devices to deliver healthcare solutions, conduct studies, and provide interventions while enhancing the mobile health marketplace. Researchers within the Bio Computing Facility at the University of Arizona developed this platform in collaboration with public health, nutrition, psychiatry, nursing, pharmacy, and medical divisions.Learn more at Anne Spieth 520-626-1577

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