mHealth Evidence was launched in 2012 to bring together the world’s literature on “mHealth” (broadly speaking, the application of mobile technologies to health service delivery). The collection was intended to help program managers, researchers, government leaders, donors, software developers, and other key decision-makers quickly get up to speed on the current state-of-the-art and evidence-based best practices. It included 11,000 bibliographic records of peer-reviewed and gray literature from low-, middle- and high-resource settings, with basic and advanced search. The database categorized evidence according to a taxonomy developed in partnership with the World Health Organization’s mHealth Technical and Evidence Review Group (mTERG).

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