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mHealth Evidence Taxonomy by Mind Map: mHealth Evidence Taxonomy
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mHealth Evidence Taxonomy

Location

UN Statistics Department: Composition of macro geographical (continental) regions and geographical sub-regions.

Africa

Americas

Asia

Europe

Oceania

Stage of development

Pre-prototype

Prototype

Pilot

Limited demonstration

Scaled demonstration

Integration

Stage of evaluation

Feasibility and usability

Efficacy

Effectiveness

Implementation science

Health System Application

Based on WHO "Monitoring the building blocks of health systems: a handbook of indicators and their measurement strategies."

*Client education and behavior change communication

Workforce development and support

Service delivery

Information systems

*Financial transactions and incentives

Mobilization, accumulation and allocation of money, including: payment for services; conditional cash transfers and performance-based financing; and savings accounts and insurance.

*Supply chain management

Governance

Technology

Channel

Content format

Technology Functions

(e.g. software applications)

Health domain

* means this domain is covered by WHO health topics

Family planning and reproductive health

Family planning allows individuals and couples to anticipate and attain their desired number of children and the spacing and timing of their births. It is achieved through use of contraceptive methods and the treatment of involuntary infertility.

Maternal health

Child health

Infectious, parasitic and vector-borne disease

Non-communicable disease

Nutrition

*Mental health

*Violence

Unintentional injury

Health System Constraint

Barriers and challenges that impede optimal health service delivery. I'm putting the Utilization data here so we don't lose it: low demand for services; low uptake of services; low adherence to treatment; loss to follow-up

Information

Availability

Physical availability and supply of health services.

Quality

Relevance and effectiveness of health services.

Acceptability

Alingment of health services with individual, social and cultural beliefs, interests, needs and practices.

Efficiency

Time or effort required to implement health services.

Cost

Monetary expense related to the delivery or use of health services.

Other - where do these go?

Target User

The user of an mHealth strategy.

Client

The direct consumer and benificiary of a health service.

Social support network

A family member or friend (not trained or certified) who provides unpaid, non-clinical care for a client who requires their assistance.

Facility-based health worker

A formally recognized member of the health system responsible for directly or indirectly providing health services, including: physicians, nurses, midwives and other clinical staff; pharmacists and laboratory technicians; environmental and public health workers.

Community-based health worker

Formally recognized care provider, based in the community, providing preventative and curative services. Activity is not limited to a fixed site. Also sometimes referred to as "Frontline" or "Community" Health Workers.

Manager

One who is responsible for planning, organizing, staffing, leading or directing, and controlling human, financial and material resources, for the purposes of delivering health services.

Beneficiary age range

The age range of the individual who is the beneficiary of the mHealth strategy. Based on CDC life stages.

Newborn

Birth to 1 month.

Infant

1 month to 12 months.

Toddler

1 year to 3 years.

Child

4 years to 11 years.

Young people (10-24)

WHO definitions 10 years to 19 years = adolescence 15-24 = youth young people = 10-24 years

Adult

20 years - 49 years.

Senior

50 years and older.

Special population

The special class of individual for whose benefit an mHealth strategy is implemented.

At-risk

Children < 5 years

Correctional

Disabled

Drug users

Family

Immigrant and refugee

Lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender

Men

Orphans and vulnerable children

Parent

Racial and ethnic minorities

Rural

Students

Urban

Workforce

Women

Care Model

Preventive

Short-term

Acute or emergency

Continuous