While there is some evidence supporting the efficacy of mobile health interventions for patients with diabetes, the quality of past studies is substandard and additional research on efficacy is needed.

That’s the conclusion of a new study, published March 1 in the journal PLoS ONE, that was designed to critically appraise and consolidate evidence from multiple systematic reviews on the effectiveness of mHealth interventions for diabetic patients.

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