Four papers were commissioned for the first of three workshops on “Exploring Legal Challenges to Fulfilling the Potential of mHealth in a Safe and Responsible Environment,” sponsored by the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS), with the support of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, held on June 16-17, 2014 at AAAS headquarters in Washington DC.
- State-of-the-Science in Mobile Health for Diagnostic, Treatment, Public Health, and Health Research by Santosh Kumar and Wendy Nilsen
- Telemedicine, Mobile Health and the Standard of Care – A Look at State-Specific Policies Altering Traditional Standard of Care Requirements as Applied to Telemedicine and Impacting the Utilization of Mobile Technologies by Alexis Gilroy
- Enhancing Innovation in mHealth: A Blueprint for Regulatory Modernization by Bradley Merrill Thompson
- The Future of mHealth: Responding to a Changing Regulatory Landscape by Frank Pasquale and Melissa Goldstein