Healthcare IT News November 16, 2022
Andrea Fox

Wexner Medical Center and Ohio State College of Medicine received a grant that includes support for delivering a validated mind-body health program through wearable devices and smartphones.

The new Mindfulness in Motion exercise prompting system being researched at Ohio State uses biofeedback to trigger program prompts to smartphones – enabling wearers to engage in mind-body interventions that have proven to reduce healthcare workforce burnout.


The Ohio Bureau of Workers’ Compensation (BWC) awarded the Ohio State University College of Medicine and Wexner Medical Center a $1.48 million grant for workforce safety innovations supporting several frontline industries, including healthcare. 

In part, the state grant funds The Buckeye Pause Bundle: Augmenting State of Mind and Body as the Ultimate PPE, a study...

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