I came across this post in the Chronicle of Higher Education this week: It provides details from an extensive series of reports from Mozilla, the home of Firefox and other excellent open-source resources. It is quite large but broken up into readable sections, with enough detail for experts and newbies alike.
The survey by the WHO highlights that the dominant form of mHealth today is characterized by small-scalepilot projects that address single issues in information sharing and access. There were only limited larger mHealth implementations (primarily supported by public-private partnerships). While it is anticipated that large-scale and complex programmes will become more common as mHealth matures, strategies and policies that integrate eHealth and mHealth interoperability into health services would be wise.