Benefits and challenges of mobile health applications in prospective studies
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Reynolds, M., Odom, D., Richardson, D., Hollis, K. A., Zhan, L., Mitra, D., Mcroy, L., & Bowles, S. (2020). Benefits and challenges of mobile health applications in prospective studies: Learnings from the Madeline study and literature. Value in Health, 23, S71-S72. [PCN275]. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jval.2020.04.1741
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