Study questions safety of mHealth messaging in high-acuity healthcare

“A new study questions the reliability of mHealth messaging in high-acuity care, saying it could lead to patient harm. Researchers from Dallas-based CHRISTUS Health say secure clinical texting can be affected by delays (also called latency) when the local telephone network is busy. When urgent care information is involved, that delay could be dangerous.” Read more at mHealth Intelligence.



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