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At 3:57pm on January 24, 2012, Florence Scialom said…

Hi Domingo,

I just wanted to say thank you so much for all the valuable support and help you have given to users recently here on the forum - you really are a FrontlineSMS Hero! =) \o/

Speak soon,


At 5:21pm on January 23, 2012, Andrea Beratarrechea said…

Hola Domingo

Que bueno saber que hay un argentino con experiencia en el uso de este software.

Nosotros estamos realizando un estudio para evaluar si mHealth es efectivo para disminuir la presion arterial. Para enviar los sms utilizamos clickatell pero no nos fue muy bien, ya que algunos sms no les llegaron a los participantes.

Lo utilizamos porque no encontramos un celular compatible de los recomienda frontline. Que estan usando ustedes en el proyecto educativo que estan implementando para enviar los sms?



At 3:41pm on August 18, 2011, Darren Bunton said…

Indeed Dr. Liotta, thanks for your interest and support. I am heading over to the University's site, to check out the work you do, and how you incorporate MMS.

Again, thanks!



At 11:03am on August 11, 2011, Florence Scialom said…

Hi Domingo,


Done! \o/ Thanks for your enthusiasm, and ongoing involvement on the forum! I hope all is well with you.




At 11:47am on July 20, 2011, Pedro Poblete said…

Estimado Domingo,

¡Muchas gracias! El proyecto de FLSMS es sumamente interesante, y me encanta la idea de poder trabajar con una comunidad intercultural e interdisciplinaria. 

Y bueno, si tienes alguna idea que discutir conmigo, no dudes en enviarme un mensaje.

At 5:57am on July 20, 2011, Moses Gathecha Wakanyi said…

Thank You


At 8:04am on June 29, 2011, Robert Hoyt MD said…
After studying FrontlineSMS further I came to realize that this was more for the CHW and not the patient. I agree that the installation process would be too complex. Thanks for the input.....Bob
At 6:53pm on June 27, 2011, Robert Hoyt MD said…
Thank you for making contact. I am very enthused about the FrontlineSMS project. The only problem I see is that many of the standard phones in the United States may not work for this initiative. I assume the bottom line is that they must be Java enabled. Most physicians and nurses in the US have smartphones (iOS, BlackBerry or Android) and most patients have simple cell phones. I would assume that if we received a grant we might be able to increase the number of US phones that could use the FrontlineSMS forms, etc. Do the programmers need to know mobile Java or do they need further programming experience. Perhaps the answer is in the forum. I will say that the Unites States needs simpler and cheaper means to help patients with compliance and disease management. Thanks......Bob
At 5:35am on June 24, 2011, Jasen mphepo said…

Hey there

am glad to be part of this community already it sound interesting , just reading the posts people are sending and the advice being shared..gees the world has indeed become a small village through ICT's......i cant wait to start using frontline sms services in my country.....anyone from zim on this platform ...pliz get in touch

At 9:26am on April 13, 2011, Florence Scialom said…

Hi Domingo,


Glad you got the chance to read our user survey results! We’ll be continuing to engage with FrontlineSMS users in a variety of ways, so don't worry; there will be other ways to contribute your views / experiences in the future.


Thanks for your enthusiasm and for keeping in touch :)


Speak soon,




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