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This page shows the latest texting news and features for those working in and with pharma, biotech and healthcare.

Back to mobile basics

Back to mobile basics

Back to mobile basics. Texting as part of a wider healthcare plan. ... If the study demonstrates that SMS is an effective way of helping a person with diabetes to control their condition, it would provide evidence for use of texting as part of

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  • Text messaging fails to change stance on flu vaccine

    Text messaging fails to change stance on flu vaccine. US study of low-income, pregnant women indicates texting ineffective in changing willingness to have flu vaccine. ... Texting also appears to carry a higher success rate among those who are already

  • Sanofi backs SMS chemotherapy compliance programme Sanofi backs SMS chemotherapy compliance programme

    And because 95 per cent of Americans with chronic diseases have access to texting, this may be an effective way to reach these patients.”.

  • Text messaging increases medication adherence

    Texting was also highlighted in a report last year by mobile operators' assocation GSM World, which praised SMS reminders for medical and vaccination appointments from Mobiltel Bulgaria. .

  • Instant messaging

    Quite why my friend thought it was worth texting me is still a bit of a mystery.

  • Creative control

    She was keen to point out that this technology goes beyond the SMS reminder services offered by some other initiatives: "It is not a texting service, it is a disease management

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  • A digital strategy in a digital world A digital strategy in a digital world

    We spend over eight hours per day on social media, emailing, texting, tweeting, watching TV or listening to the radio.

  • A patient's eye view of the digital doctor A patient's eye view of the digital doctor

    This was then followed by texting blood results again, all with my consent, but it enabled me to manage my condition as I would manage any other part of my life. “ ... Emailing your doctor is not common practice, and nor is texting - so why are we

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