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Journal of medical Internet research, ISSN 1438-8871, 06/2019, Volume 21, Issue 6, p. e13126
Patient portals are a promising instrument to improve patient-centered care, as they provide patients information and tools that can help them better manage... 
patient portals | ambulatory care | engagement | medical informatics | hospitalization | implementation | Medical personnel | In care | Perceptions | Hospitalization | Patients | Health information | Web portals | Privacy | Grounded theory | Coding | Technology | Patient centredness | Access to information | Teams | Inpatient care | Patient satisfaction
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Journal of medical Internet research, ISSN 1438-8871, 03/2019, Volume 21, Issue 3, p. e10957
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Applied Clinical Informatics, ISSN 1869-0327, 07/2018, Volume 9, Issue 3, pp. 558 - 564
Abstract Background  Inpatient portals are an emerging technology that can facilitate collaborative interactions between patients and care teams, but little is... 
Case Report | patient portals | training | medical informatics | hospitalization | implementation | PATIENT | CARE
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Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine, ISSN 1076-2752, 12/2014, Volume 56, Issue 12, p. 1284
  This study examines the effect of taking a health risk assessment (HRA) on health care costs, utilization, and member health risks over a 3-year period. This... 
Health care expenditures | Health services utilization | Occupational health | Health risk assessment | Primary care
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by Huerta, Timothy and Gascon, Gregg and Sieck, Cynthia and Malarkey, William and Ruff, Kelley McCabe and Wolever, Ruth and Pung, Meredith and Wilson, Kathleen and Redwine, Laura and Mills, Paul J and Hampson, Johnson and Ichesco, Eric and Zick, Suzanna and Hasick, Gordon and Scholkmann, Felix and Hafner, Timo and Klein, Sabine and Wolf, Martin and Gerbarg, Patricia and Whitfield, Theodore and Whitfield, Theodore and Owen, Elizabeth and Johnston, Jennifer and Hernon, Anne Marie and Silveri, Marisa and Brown, Richard and Jensen, J. Eric and Jong, Miek and van de Vijver, Lucy and Busch, Martine and Fritsma, Jolanda and Seldenrijk, Ruth and Goertz, Christine and Vining, Robert and Long, Cynthia and Long, Cynthia and Hondras, Maria and Jones, Mark and Andresen, Andrew and Killinger, Lisa and Wolinsky, Fredric and Wallace, Robert and Eisenberg, David and Osypiuk, Kamila and Gow, Brian and Davis, Roger and Buring, Julie and Saper, Robert and Weinberg, Janice and Delitto, Anthony and Lemaster, Chelsey and Lemaster, Chelsey and Herman, Patricia and Sherman, Karen and Dawson, Valerie and D'Urso, Antonietta and Ryan, Kathy and Yerges-Armstrong, Laura and Semba, Richard and Steinle, Nanette and Mitchell, Braxton and Shuldiner, Alan and McArdle, Patrick and Ali, Ather and Weiss, Theresa R and Scherban, Alisa and Khan, Sumiya and McKee, Douglas and Apollo, Damian and Apollo, Damian and Mehal, Wajahat Z and Mehal, Wajahat Z and Sen, Ananda and Wyatt, Gwen and Murphy, Susan and Arnedt, John Todd and Harris, Richard and Pach, Daniel and Eisenhart-Rothe, Sanna and Lotz, Fabian and Roll, Stephanie and Icke, Katja and Witt, Claudia M and Porter, Kristen and Reddy, Sanjay and Acquah, Joseph and Toveg, Miria and Chang, Alexandra and Santana, Trilce and Harrison, James and Barrows, Kevin and Hecht, Frederick M and Dick, Andrew and Berman, Brian M and Altman, Doug G and Barth, Jürgen and D'Adamo, Chris and Grimshaw, Jeremy and Linde, Klaus and Moher, David and ...
The Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine, ISSN 1075-5535, 06/2016, Volume 22, Issue 6, pp. A1 - A142
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Applied Clinical Informatics, ISSN 1869-0327, 01/2019, Volume 10, Issue 1, pp. 103 - 112
Abstract Background  Patients have demonstrated an eagerness to use portals to access their health information and connect with care providers. While... 
Research Article | empowerment | medical informatics | engagement | hospitalization | ANXIETY | INFORMATION | patient portals | MODEL | HEALTH LITERACY
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JMIR MEDICAL INFORMATICS, ISSN 2291-9694, 07/2017, Volume 5, Issue 3, pp. 13 - 23
Background: Patient portals have shown promise in engaging individuals in self-management of chronic conditions by allowing patients to input and track health... 
MANAGEMENT | MEDICAL INFORMATICS | qualitative study | PHYSICIANS | CHALLENGES | patient-provider communication | secure messaging | PERSONAL HEALTH RECORDS | GROWTH | patient portals | MEDICAL-RECORD | TECHNOLOGY | PERCEPTIONS
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Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association : JAMIA, ISSN 1067-5027, 01/2019, Volume 26, Issue 1, pp. 28 - 36
Objective: Conduct a cluster analysis of inpatient portal (IPP) users from an academic medical center to improve understanding of who uses these portals and... 
MEDICAL INFORMATICS | technology use | COMPUTER SCIENCE, INFORMATION SYSTEMS | health information technology | CARE | COMPUTER SCIENCE, INTERDISCIPLINARY APPLICATIONS | HEALTH CARE SCIENCES & SERVICES | INFORMATION SCIENCE & LIBRARY SCIENCE | patient portals | technology acceptance | PATIENT ENGAGEMENT | HEALTH | cluster analysis
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Population health management, 05/2019
Limited access to care can negatively affect population health, which is particularly concerning for individuals of lower socioeconomic status. Shortages of US... 
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Applied Clinical Informatics, ISSN 1869-0327, 10/2018, Volume 9, Issue 4, pp. 860 - 868
Abstract Background  Patient portals, and the secure messaging feature in particular, have been studied in the outpatient setting, but research in the... 
Research Article | patient portals | engagement | medical informatics | hospitalization | EXPERIENCES | HOSPITALIZED-PATIENTS | FAMILIES | SHARED MEDICAL-RECORD | HEALTH RECORDS | TECHNOLOGY | ENGAGING PATIENTS | CARE
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