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The results from the HealthyMoms trial are published in the March edition of the JMIR mHealth and uHealth journal.


This paper reports the randomized controlled trial (RCT) results of a digital health intervention on a smartphone app (HealthyMoms) to promote healthy weight gain, diet, and physical activity during pregnancy.


The results demonstrate the potential of a smartphone app (HealthyMoms) to promote healthy dietary behaviors as well as to decrease weight gain during pregnancy in women with overweight and obesity, and with a similar effect as in traditional interventions. Thus, this intervention, solely delivered through an app, has potential to be useful for promoting a healthy lifestyle during pregnancy in many women while using less resources from health care.


The digital health intervention was developed by researchers at Karolinska Institutet (the IMPACT research group) in collaboration with ScientificMed.


For further information, please contact Jan Fjellström, ScientificMed, +46 708 63 60 00.


View JMIR online

Maria-Teresa will in her role as Chief Commercial Officer (CCO) make a strong contribution to the company's commercialization with her extensiv knowledge from digital health, healthcare, and the pharmaceutical industry. She was previously CEO for Health Solutions and prior to that Digital Marketing Manager at Sanofi Nordics and Baltics. She also holds a board member position at Diamyd Medical.


For further information, please contact Jan Fjellström, ScientificMed, +46 708 63 60 00 or

Maria-Teresa Essen-Möller, +46 706 26 92 06

ScientificMed has been selected to the Microsoft for Statups Europe program. The program and partnership will accelerate the development and implementation of the company's next generation oncology Digital Therapeutics and Patient Engagement Platform.


The platform is build on Azure and the FHIR standard for improved interoperability, AI/machine learning, and scalability.


For further information, please contact Jan Fjellström, ScientificMed, +46 708 63 60 00.