CDC to try text messaging in population health research

04/16/2013 | Health Data Management

The CDC is set to launch a feasibility study that will focus on the use of text messaging in population health surveys. Initially, the agency will send a text message to randomly selected consumers, inviting them to join the study. The survey questions, including inquiries on alcohol and tobacco use, will then be sent one at a time to the participants.

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