Marissa’s story: Knowing her x-rays were accessible to the many members of her care team gave her peace of mind.… https://t.co/y0mIZIeT0w
18 September 2017
This study examines the results from a national survey of 4,109 Canadian adults, which sought to understand consumer use patterns for mobile apps and smart devices to monitor health and well-being. Funded by Canada Health Infoway, and conducted in partnership with HEC Montréal and CEFRIO. The results of the study can be used to set the national baseline for future studies in mobile health apps and smart connected devices, as it is the first internationally comparable study of its kind, and the largest ever, world-wide.