In this Viewpoint, Thomas Insel discusses the possibility that sensor, keyboard, and voice and speech data from smartphones might be used as a digital phenotype to improve patient-specific measurement-based behavioral care.
This Viewpoint discusses legal statutes in US states that guide patients’ audio or video recording of medical encounters, and argues for clear policies to facilitate use of recording technology by patients for their benefit.
This Viewpoint discusses the growing popularity of infant physiologic monitors despite the lack of publicly available evidence supporting their safety, accuracy, or effectiveness.
This commentary discusses a study published in JAMA Ophthalmology that describes the accuracy of a smartphone-based visual acuity test for detecting visual impairment in rural Kenya.
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