Robert F. Kennedy Center Announces Mobile Health Initiative Health eVillages

The Robert F. Kennedy Center for Justice and Human Rights has partnered with Physician's Interactive Holdings and its subsidiary to create an international mobile health program, according to an RFK Center news release.

The program, called Health eVillages, aims to make mobile medical reference and decision support technology available to clinicians working in underserved regions around the world.

Health eVillages' members include international healthcare advocacy organizations, mobile healthcare solution providers, health IT companies, communication providers and public health foundations. Members will provide healthcare professionals in disadvantaged areas with new mobile phones and handheld devices that do not require Internet access and are preloaded with clinical decision support reference tools. This technology will help healthcare workers access updated medical references, including drug guides, medical alerts, journal summaries and references from medical publishers' resources.

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