Published on in Vol 3, No 1 (2019): Jan-Jun

Preprints (earlier versions) of this paper are available at https://preprints.jmir.org/preprint/11951, first published .
Provider- and Patient-Related Barriers to and Facilitators of Digital Health Technology Adoption for Hypertension Management: Scoping Review

Provider- and Patient-Related Barriers to and Facilitators of Digital Health Technology Adoption for Hypertension Management: Scoping Review

Provider- and Patient-Related Barriers to and Facilitators of Digital Health Technology Adoption for Hypertension Management: Scoping Review

Journals

  1. Senft N, Butler E, Everson J. Growing Disparities in Patient-Provider Messaging: Trend Analysis Before and After Supportive Policy. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2019;21(10):e14976 View
  2. Isernia S, Di Tella S, Pagliari C, Jonsdottir J, Castiglioni C, Gindri P, Salza M, Gramigna C, Palumbo G, Molteni F, Baglio F. Effects of an Innovative Telerehabilitation Intervention for People With Parkinson's Disease on Quality of Life, Motor, and Non-motor Abilities. Frontiers in Neurology 2020;11 View
  3. Padwal R, Wood P. Digital Health Approaches for the Assessment and Optimisation of Hypertension Care Provision. Canadian Journal of Cardiology 2021;37(5):711 View
  4. Lo C, Yu J, Görges M, Matava C, Veyckemans F. Anesthesia in the modern world of apps and technology: Implications and impact on wellness. Pediatric Anesthesia 2021;31(1):31 View
  5. May S, Huber C, Roach M, Shafrin J, Aubry W, Lakdawalla D, Kane J, Forma F. Adoption of Digital Health Technologies in the Practice of Behavioral Health: Qualitative Case Study of Glucose Monitoring Technology. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2021;23(2):e18119 View
  6. Alexander K, Ogle T, Hoberg H, Linley L, Bradford N. Patient preferences for using technology in communication about symptoms post hospital discharge. BMC Health Services Research 2021;21(1) View
  7. Hodgkins M, Barron M, Jevaji S, Lloyd S. Physician requirements for adoption of telehealth following the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic. npj Digital Medicine 2021;4(1) View
  8. Ionov M, Zvartau N, Konradi A, Shlyakhto E. Blood pressure telemonitoring and remote counseling of hypertensive patients: pros and cons. Russian Journal of Cardiology 2020;25(10):4066 View
  9. Whitelaw S, Pellegrini D, Mamas M, Cowie M, Van Spall H. Barriers and facilitators of the uptake of digital health technology in cardiovascular care: a systematic scoping review. European Heart Journal - Digital Health 2021;2(1):62 View
  10. Gleiss A, Lewandowski S. Removing barriers for digital health through organizing ambidexterity in hospitals. Journal of Public Health 2021 View
  11. Ciccone N, Dornonville de la Cour F, Thorpe J, Forchhammer B, Maier A. PERSONAL TECHNOLOGY USE AMONGST STROKE PATIENTS: UNDERSTANDING THE BEST PLATFORMS FOR THE DESIGN OF HEALTH INTERVENTIONS IN TREATMENT AND REHABILITATION. Proceedings of the Design Society 2021;1:2419 View
  12. Anil K, Freeman J, Buckingham S, Demain S, Gunn H, Jones R, Logan A, Marsden J, Playford D, Sein K, Kent B. Scope, context and quality of telerehabilitation guidelines for physical disabilities: a scoping review. BMJ Open 2021;11(8):e049603 View

Books/Policy Documents

  1. Stein A, Ben Â, Pachito D, Cazella S, van Dongen J, Bosmans J. Integrating the Organization of Health Services, Worker Wellbeing and Quality of Care. View