Past digihealth pulse Research: Online Moms’ Use of Mobile Health Apps (Infographic)

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Prior to launching the current version of the digihealth pulse research initiative, we conducted a stand-alone study focusing on online moms between late 2011 and early 2012. We examined their digital health technology adoption habits and monitored their online activities.
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Jayme Hummer

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Jayme Hummer serves as Manager, Special Projects and Research at Enspektos, LLC.  The firm powers digihealth pulse.  She has more than ten years of experience in research, project management, writing, editing, and publicity. In 2007, Jayme began working with the National Patient Safety Foundation as a Media Consultant. Simultaneously, she was a publicist for several New York Times bestselling authors, gaining national media attention in print, television, radio as well as online. As a publicist she conceived and managed numerous social media campaigns for her authors through various blogs, podcasts, social networks, and more.

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