Published on in Vol 7, No 3 (2019): March

Preprints (earlier versions) of this paper are available at https://preprints.jmir.org/preprint/11082, first published .
Development and Implementation of a Person-Centered, Technology-Enhanced Care Model For Managing Chronic Conditions: Cohort Study

Development and Implementation of a Person-Centered, Technology-Enhanced Care Model For Managing Chronic Conditions: Cohort Study

Development and Implementation of a Person-Centered, Technology-Enhanced Care Model For Managing Chronic Conditions: Cohort Study

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  2. Petersen C, Halter R, Kotz D, Loeb L, Cook S, Pidgeon D, Christensen B, Batsis J. Using Natural Language Processing and Sentiment Analysis to Augment Traditional User-Centered Design: Development and Usability Study. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2020;8(8):e16862 View
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  4. Ferrucci F, Jorio M, Marci S, Bezenchek A, Diella G, Nulli C, Miranda F, Castelli-Gattinara G. A Web-Based Application for Complex Health Care Populations: User-Centered Design Approach. JMIR Human Factors 2021;8(1):e18587 View
  5. Granström E, Wannheden C, Brommels M, Hvitfeldt H, Nyström M. Digital tools as promoters for person-centered care practices in chronic care? Healthcare professionals’ experiences from rheumatology care. BMC Health Services Research 2020;20(1) View
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