Published on in Vol 8 , No 2 (2020) :February

A Mobile App (mHeart) to Detect Medication Nonadherence in the Heart Transplant Population: Validation Study

A Mobile App (mHeart) to Detect Medication Nonadherence in the Heart Transplant Population: Validation Study

A Mobile App (mHeart) to Detect Medication Nonadherence in the Heart Transplant Population: Validation Study

Journals

  1. Purnell S, Zheng F. Safety of Surgical Telehealth in the Outpatient and Inpatient Setting. Surgical Clinics of North America 2021;101(1):109 View
  2. Gomis-Pastor M, Mirabet S, Roig E, Lopez L, Brossa V, Galvez-Tugas E, Rodriguez-Murphy E, Feliu A, Ontiveros G, Garcia-Cuyàs F, Salazar A, Mangues M. Interdisciplinary Mobile Health Model to Improve Clinical Care After Heart Transplantation: Implementation Strategy Study. JMIR Cardio 2020;4(1):e19065 View
  3. Albert N, Prasun M. Telemedicine in Heart Failure during COVID-19: Like it, Love It or Lose It?. Heart & Lung 2020;49(6):A11 View
  4. Gomis-Pastor M, Mirabet Perez S, Roig Minguell E, Brossa Loidi V, Lopez Lopez L, Ros Abarca S, Galvez Tugas E, Mas-Malagarriga N, Mangues Bafalluy M. Mobile Health to Improve Adherence and Patient Experience in Heart Transplantation Recipients: The mHeart Trial. Healthcare 2021;9(4):463 View
  5. Melilli E, Cestone G, Revuelta I, Meneghini M, Lladó L, Montero N, Manonelles A, Diaz M, Coloma A, Torregrosa V, Baliellas C, Cruzado J, Diekmann F, Grinyó J, Bestard O. Adoption of a novel smart mobile‐health application technology to track chronic immunosuppression adherence in solid organ transplantation: Results of a prospective, observational, multicentre, pilot study. Clinical Transplantation 2021;35(5) View
  6. Hussain T, Nassetta K, Badawy S. Adherence to Immunosuppression Medications among Heart Transplant Recipients: Challenges, Opportunities, and Potential Role of Digital Approaches in the COVID-19 Era. Journal of Cardiovascular Development and Disease 2021;8(6):68 View