Comput Intell Neurosci. 2021 Dec 31;2021:1220374. doi: 10.1155/2021/1220374. eCollection 2021.
In gynecological care, mHealth (mobile health) technology may play an important role. Medical professionals’ willingness to use this technology is the key to its acceptance. Most doctors utilize mobile health technology; however, there is still room for improvement in the use of mHealth. Gynecologists were asked to participate in this research to see how open they were to use mobile health technologies. In this descriptive-analytical investigation, the researchers determined the average scores for each variable. The overall mean for preparedness to embrace mobile medical technology is 1.8 out of 2, as shown in Table 1. When it came to their desire to embrace mobile health technology, doctors’ years of experience correlated negatively with their age. According to our findings, the amount of interest in mobile health technology is high. Patients’ private information must be protected throughout the usage of this technology though. Mobile health technology may effectively reach patients in remote areas, but it is not a substitute for face-to-face encounters with medical professionals.