Dr. Caine’s study published in the journal Personal and Ubiquitous Computing is receiving much attention. The results of this study, which included 325 patients, showed that texting may be a more efficient option for treatment than mobile apps. A remarkable 80% of patients surveyed used texting, which may have implications that texting is available to most patients. Incorporating such a widely used technology in treatment may allow wider treatment options, such as direct contact with a health care provider, and serve as a more beneficial aid to large numbers of patients.
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