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Understanding Electronic Medical Record Adoption in the United States: Communication and Sociocultural Perspectives

Understanding Electronic Medical Record Adoption in the United States: Communication and Sociocultural Perspectives

framework (developed via the systems approach) that could serve as a template for guiding future studies of EMR adoption.A Systems Approach to EMR AdoptionIn applying the systems approach here, we draw on the nested model developed by Ferlie and Shortell [35] and Kimberly

Priya Nambisan, Gary L Kreps, Stan Polit

Interact J Med Res 2013;2(1):e5

Providing a Smart Healthy Diet for the Low-Income Population: Qualitative Study on the Usage and Perception of a Designed Cooking App

Providing a Smart Healthy Diet for the Low-Income Population: Qualitative Study on the Usage and Perception of a Designed Cooking App

trend we observed in low-income milieus in the general population (eg, Rabia, 38 years, employee: “I watch videos (on YouTube) for recipes”) that was exacerbated in Magny.Cooking Skills: Both a Barrier and a LeverCooking skills appear as both a barrier and a lever

Faustine Régnier, Manon Dugré, Nicolas Darcel, Camille Adamiec

JMIR Mhealth Uhealth 2018;6(11):e11176

Role of the Internet in Solving the Last Mile Problem in Medicine

Role of the Internet in Solving the Last Mile Problem in Medicine

years.Ensuring That Nobody is Left Behind Through Population ManagementWhen meaningful use requirements were first articulated for the incentives intended to spur adoption of Health Information Technology in the United States in 2009, one essential policy lever

Bradford William Hesse

J Med Internet Res 2019;21(10):e16385

Artificial Intelligence and Health Technology Assessment: Anticipating a New Level of Complexity

Artificial Intelligence and Health Technology Assessment: Anticipating a New Level of Complexity

informatics that develops systems that—through their ability to learn—imitate the characteristics associated with human intelligence: reasoning, learning, adaptation, self-correction, sensory comprehension, and interaction [1,2].AI is seen as a strategic lever

Hassane Alami, Pascale Lehoux, Yannick Auclair, Michèle de Guise, Marie-Pierre Gagnon, James Shaw, Denis Roy, Richard Fleet, Mohamed Ali Ag Ahmed, Jean-Paul Fortin

J Med Internet Res 2020;22(7):e17707

Integrating mHealth and Systems Science: A Combination Approach to Prevent and Treat Chronic Health Conditions

Integrating mHealth and Systems Science: A Combination Approach to Prevent and Treat Chronic Health Conditions

Rewards can be built into each system lever as incentives to maximize the likelihood of changing behavior.

Nicolas Michel Oreskovic, Terry T Huang, Jon Moon

JMIR Mhealth Uhealth 2015;3(2):e62

A Patient-Centered Framework for Measuring the Economic Value of the Clinical Benefits of Digital Health Apps: Theoretical Modeling

A Patient-Centered Framework for Measuring the Economic Value of the Clinical Benefits of Digital Health Apps: Theoretical Modeling

Lever values are as follows:In the United Kingdom, the government’s threshold for cost-effectiveness has been reported within the range of £20,000 to £30,000 per QALY (roughly US $25,000 to US $40,000 per QALY) [18].The literature suggests that patients lose

Adam Powell, John Torous

JMIR Ment Health 2020;7(10):e18812