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Digital Health Interventions for People With Type 2 Diabetes to Develop Self-Care Expertise, Adapt to Identity Changes, and Influence Other’s Perception: Qualitative Study

Digital Health Interventions for People With Type 2 Diabetes to Develop Self-Care Expertise, Adapt to Identity Changes, and Influence Other’s Perception: Qualitative Study

The literature on how digital technology may be useful in supporting identity shifts is beginning to build [31], and one study that comments on the identity work that happens in online diabetes support groups [32].

Sophie Turnbull, Patricia J Lucas, Alastair D Hay, Christie Cabral

J Med Internet Res 2020;22(12):e21328

A Novel Digital Platform Approach to Enhance Enterprise-Wide Patient Portal Adoption

A Novel Digital Platform Approach to Enhance Enterprise-Wide Patient Portal Adoption

IPROCiprocIproceedings2369-6893JMIR PublicationsToronto, Canadav4i2e1181610.2196/11816AbstractAbstractA Novel Digital Platform Approach to Enhance Enterprise-Wide Patient Portal AdoptionHaleTimothySoladYauheniMD, MHS1Yale New Haven HealthDigital Health99

Yauheni Solad, Shrawan Patel, Allen Hsiao, Ashish Atreja

iproc 2018;4(2):e11816

Digital Exclusion Among Mental Health Service Users: Qualitative Investigation

Digital Exclusion Among Mental Health Service Users: Qualitative Investigation

There are inconsistent definitions of digital exclusion [5], but it may be broadly defined as being unable to access or use internet-enabled technology and Web-based services [6].Digital exclusion has been associated with material deprivation in the offline

Ben Greer, Dan Robotham, Sara Simblett, Hannah Curtis, Helena Griffiths, Til Wykes

J Med Internet Res 2019;21(1):e11696

Total Knee Replacement and the Effect of Technology on Cocreation for Improved Outcomes and Delivery: Qualitative Multi-Stakeholder Study

Total Knee Replacement and the Effect of Technology on Cocreation for Improved Outcomes and Delivery: Qualitative Multi-Stakeholder Study

Results showed a clear role for digital technology to add value through improved communication and information flow between clinicians and patients. Digital technology can facilitate the following:Deliver the right information at the right time.

Yasmin van Kasteren, Jill Freyne, M Sazzad Hussain

J Med Internet Res 2018;20(3):e95

Cancer Survivors’ Receptiveness to Digital Technology–Supported Physical Rehabilitation and the Implications for Design: Qualitative Study

Cancer Survivors’ Receptiveness to Digital Technology–Supported Physical Rehabilitation and the Implications for Design: Qualitative Study

When introducing digital services, it may be important that the provider or service organization understands how and to what extent the digital technology may be beneficial for the individual.

Sine Rossen, Lars Kayser, Jette Vibe-Petersen, Jesper Frank Christensen, Mathias Ried-Larsen

J Med Internet Res 2020;22(8):e15335

Patients’ and Health Care Professionals’ Perceptions of the Potential of Using the Digital Diabetes Questionnaire to Prepare for Diabetes Care Meetings: Qualitative Focus Group Interview Study

Patients’ and Health Care Professionals’ Perceptions of the Potential of Using the Digital Diabetes Questionnaire to Prepare for Diabetes Care Meetings: Qualitative Focus Group Interview Study

careGive and takeTrust and communication: A cornerstone for relationshipsPerceptions of Digital Technology and the Digital Questionnaire in Diabetes Management and CareHope and ConcernIn terms of their perceptions of the use of digital technology in connection

Katarina Eeg-Olofsson, Unn-Britt Johansson, Ebba Linder, Janeth Leksell

J Med Internet Res 2020;22(8):e17504