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Improving Patient Access to Diabetic Retinopathy Screening Through Telemedicine

Improving Patient Access to Diabetic Retinopathy Screening Through Telemedicine

MPH1LifeBridge Health - Sinai Hospital of Baltimore2401 W Belvedere AveBaltimore, MDUnited States410 601 8061twandy@lifebridgehealth.orgKiritsyMichaelMBA, MD1DurandDanielMD11LifeBridge Health - Sinai Hospital of BaltimoreBaltimore, MDUnited StatesCorresponding Author: Tiffany

Tiffany Wandy, Michael Kiritsy, Daniel Durand

iproc 2019;5(1):e15193


Moderating Effects of Voluntariness on the Actual Use of Electronic Health Records for Allied Health Professionals

Moderating Effects of Voluntariness on the Actual Use of Electronic Health Records for Allied Health Professionals

Chau and Hu studied the doctor’s acceptance of telemedicine technology [3] and proposed a hierarchical conceptual structure of acceptance: the individual context in the inner core and the technological context in the middle layer, surrounded by the implementation

Teresa ML Chiu, Benny PS Ku

JMIR Med Inform 2015;3(1):e7


Web-Based Consumer Health Education About Back Pain: Findings of Potential Tensions From a Photo-Elicitation and Observational Study

Web-Based Consumer Health Education About Back Pain: Findings of Potential Tensions From a Photo-Elicitation and Observational Study

In her second interview, Tiffany recalled the website’s negative messaging about prolotherapy’s effectiveness (ie, “High quality research suggests that prolotherapy is not helpful for leg or back pain.

Jenny Setchell, Merrill Turpin, Nathalia Costa, Paul Hodges

JMIR Rehabil Assist Technol 2020;7(1):e17130


Understanding Clinicians’ Adoption of Mobile Health Tools: A Qualitative Review of the Most Used Frameworks

Understanding Clinicians’ Adoption of Mobile Health Tools: A Qualitative Review of the Most Used Frameworks

framework for implementation research.TAM extensions were used in 34% (17/50) of the studies and varied from additions stemming from the literature and the research-specific context [35,36,38,57,60,61,68,70,71,73,74] to extensions using other frameworks such as Chau

Christine Jacob, Antonio Sanchez-Vazquez, Chris Ivory

JMIR Mhealth Uhealth 2020;8(7):e18072