New research from Johns Hopkins University may help health systems determine which sort of communications technologies will be most effective at reaching some of their high-risk patients.

The study, published in the Journal of Internet Medical Research, examined whether low-income women who were either pregnant or in the post-partum period used Internet-based technologies, smartphones, or basic cell phones to communicate with their providers.

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