New mobile health study leads to health outcomes among homeless people

New mobile health study leads to health outcomes among homeless people

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“This is true community-engaged work,” Moczygemba said in a press release. Dig Deeper

The project aims to see whether access to connected health services can boost outcomes in a homeless population, and in turn reduce 911 traffic and ER visits. Going even further, it will also examine whether access to resources can address social determinants of health and improve lifestyle. The program is being led by Leticia Moczygemba, an associate professor at UT-Austin’s Division of Health Outcomes, and will be coordinated with community health partners and the Sunrise Homeless Navigation Center.

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