Greetings from Editor-in-Chief and Editorial Office of mHealth! We wish you a happy and prosperous 2022.
Starting from July 2021, AME Publishing Company is formally recognized a publisher member of Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE) and over 60 AME-published journals become a member of Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE), as part of AME’s commitment to best practice in scholarly publishing. mHealth is among the list of COPE membership.
On Jun 26, 2021, we received the good news from Elsevier that mHealth (MH) has been accepted for inclusion in Scopus.
Greetings from Editor-in-Chief and Editorial Office of mHealth! We wish you a happy and prosperous 2021.
AME Publishing Company entered an official partnership with Publons, a product of Clarivate Analytic Company (which owns Web of Science, EndNote, ScholarOne, among many others), as of April 2020.
With a commitment to openness and accountability, and to increase the level of transparency throughout our peer review process, our editorial office has decided to implement a transparent peer review process as an option for all manuscripts submitted to MH from March 19, 2020.
mHealth Annual Report 2019
Application of the CARE Guideline as reporting standard in the mHealth
To make the journal a better platform for researchers worldwide, we are here to announce that mHealth will formally implement the Article Processing Charges from October 14th, 2019. This adjustment aims to speed up the whole publication process after author submissions.
2018 Annual Report of mHealth
2017 Annual Report of mHealth
mHealth is now indexed in PubMed/PMC: A tremendous step forward
2016 Annual Report of mHealth
Great news! A focused issue with the topic “mHealth and social media interventions for cancer” is published on mHealth.
AME Publishing Company successfully closed Series A funding of 4 million USD
Apps for Highlights: our new column for your health management needs
Annual Report of mHealth (Mar. 2015-Feb. 2016)
We are happy to announce that mHealth has a new editorial board member!
The term mHealth was first coined by Robert Istepanian to describe “emerging mobile communications and network technologies for healthcare” (1). Today, mHealth is well-known as an abbreviation for mobile health. However, we would like to broaden the definition of “mHealth” here: health and medical prevention and treatment supported by exponential technologies, including but not limited to wireless gateways and connectivity, biosensors and wearable personal technology, precision medicine, and of course, patient engagement and empowerment.
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