Integrating telephone-based smoking cessation and lung screening programs not only have the potential to maximize long-term health benefits, but they can also be cost-effective in the long term, according to a University of Michigan-led study.
New research from Michigan Public Health
Family caregivers who would have been involved in in-person care for the elderly were left out of telehealth visits during the pandemic, according to a new observational study published in the Annals of Family Medicine.
American Heart Association Grant Launches New Wearable Health Technology Research Center at University of Michigan
The Wearables In Reducing Risk and Enhancing Daily Lifestyle Center (WIRED-L) aims to investigate how mobile health (mHealth) technology, such as smartwatches and smartphones, can be used to study and improve health behaviors among hypertensive populations. Bhramar Mukherjee, Chair and professor of Biostatistics, serves as co-investigator of the center.