1. Question 1
Which of the following is true, regarding mHealth apps?
A. Every health app available in the US has been studied, and approved by at least one federal agency
B. If an mHealth app is collecting your health data, it is doing it securely – and your privacy is assured
C. mHealth apps have the potential to improve insight into disease, improve adherence, and ultimately improve care
D. The FDA maintains an app store, where patients can browse apps that have been approved for medical use
2. Question 2
Which of the following is true, regarding wearable fitness trackers?
A. These devices have been shown to improve long-term health, in many large randomized trials
B. Today’s step counters are generally accurate in measuring distance traveled
C. If your doctor could review your fitness data, he or she could reliably detect upcoming illness or disease
D. Your doctor can be reimbursed by insurers, for reviewing your fitness data and making suggestions
Regarding Telemedicine, which of the following is true?
A. Most doctors in the US have conducted telemedicine visits with their patients
B. Telemedicine has never been shown to reduce readmissions or improve outcomes for chronic diseases
C. Insurance companies are wary about telemedicine, and no insurer offers it to subscribers.
D. Older patients are less likely to use telemedicine, compared to adults in their 20’s and 30’s
E. Your telemedicine visits are recorded and archived on the internet, for billing purposes