Published on in Vol 8, No 6 (2020): June

Preprints (earlier versions) of this paper are available at https://preprints.jmir.org/preprint/18175, first published .
Hospital Bring-Your-Own-Device Security Challenges and Solutions: Systematic Review of Gray Literature

Hospital Bring-Your-Own-Device Security Challenges and Solutions: Systematic Review of Gray Literature

Hospital Bring-Your-Own-Device Security Challenges and Solutions: Systematic Review of Gray Literature

Journals

  1. Moreau M, Paré G. Early clinical management of severe burn patients using telemedicine: a pilot study protocol. Pilot and Feasibility Studies 2020;6(1) View
  2. Fausett C, Christovich M, Parker J, Baker J, Keebler J. Telemedicine Security: Challenges and Solutions. Proceedings of the International Symposium on Human Factors and Ergonomics in Health Care 2021;10(1):340 View
  3. Matulevičius R, Iqbal M, Ammar Elhadjamor E, Ghannouchi S, Bakhtina M, Ghannouchi S. Ontological Representation of Healthcare Application Security Using Blockchain Technology. Informatica 2022:365 View
  4. Wani T, Mendoza A, Gray K, Smolenaers F. Status of bring-your-own-device (BYOD) security practices in Australian hospitals – A national survey. Health Policy and Technology 2022;11(3):100627 View
  5. Eke C, Norman A, Mulenga M. Machine learning approach for detecting and combating bring your own device (BYOD) security threats and attacks: a systematic mapping review. Artificial Intelligence Review 2023;56(8):8815 View
  6. Wang P, Li T, Yu L, Zhou L, Yan T. Towards an effective framework for integrating patient-reported outcomes in electronic health records. DIGITAL HEALTH 2022;8:205520762211121 View
  7. Wani T, Mendoza A, Gray K, Smolenaers F. BYOD usage and security behaviour of hospital clinical staff: An Australian survey. International Journal of Medical Informatics 2022;165:104839 View
  8. Kadimo K, Mutshewa A, Kebaetse M. Understanding the role of the bring-your-own-device policy in medical education and healthcare delivery at the University of Botswana’s Faculty of Medicine. Information and Learning Sciences 2022;123(3/4):199 View
  9. Kraushaar J, Bohnet-Joschko S. Smartphone Use and Security Challenges in Hospitals: A Survey among Resident Physicians in Germany. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 2022;19(24):16546 View
  10. Argyridou E, Nifakos S, Laoudias C, Panda S, Panaousis E, Chandramouli K, Navarro-Llobet D, Mora Zamorano J, Papachristou P, Bonacina S. Cyber Hygiene Methodology for Raising Cybersecurity and Data Privacy Awareness in Health Care Organizations: Concept Study. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2023;25:e41294 View
  11. Kilduff C, Deshmukh M, Guevara G, Neece J, Daniel C, Thomas P, Lovegrove C, Sim D, Timlin H. Creating a secure clinical ‘Bring Your Own Device’ BYOD photography service to document and monitor suspicious lesions in the lid oncology clinic. Eye 2023;37(4):744 View
  12. Tannhäuser R, Nickel O, Lindner M, Bethge A, Wolf J, Borte S, Lübbert C. Bacterial contamination of the smartphones of healthcare workers in a German tertiary-care hospital before and during the COVID-19 pandemic. American Journal of Infection Control 2022;50(4):414 View
  13. Sharma A, Khoong E, Sierra M, Rivadeneira N, Nijagal M, Su G, Lyles C, DeFries T, Tuot D, Sarkar U. System-Level Factors Associated With Telephone and Video Visit Use: Survey of Safety-Net Clinicians During the Early Phase of the COVID-19 Pandemic. JMIR Formative Research 2022;6(3):e34088 View
  14. Jahanbakhsh M, Amini-Rarani M, Tahmasebian S, Shahbazi M. Identifying and ranking the attributes of hospitals readiness to apply bring your own device: An explanatory sequential mixed study. Proceedings of Singapore Healthcare 2022;31:201010582211441 View
  15. Basile G, Accetta R, Marinelli S, D’Ambrosi R, Petrucci Q, Giorgetti A, Nuara A, Zaami S, Fozzato S. Traumatology: Adoption of the Sm@rtEven Application for the Remote Evaluation of Patients and Possible Medico-Legal Implications. Journal of Clinical Medicine 2022;11(13):3644 View
  16. Bruce C, Kamencik-Wright A, Zuniga-Georgy N, Vinh T, Shah H, Shallcross J, Giammattei C, O’Rourke C, Smith M, Bruchhaus L, Bowens Y, Goode K, Arabie L, Sauceda K, Pacha M, Martinez S, Chisum J, Saldaña DO R, Desai S, Awar M, R. Vernon T. Design and Integration of a Texting Tool to Keep Patients’ Family Members Updated During Hospitalization: Family Members’ Perspectives. Journal of Patient Experience 2023;10:237437352311549 View
  17. Lee M, Bin Mahmood A, Lee E, Smith H, Tudor Car L. Smartphone and Mobile App Use Among Physicians in Clinical Practice: Scoping Review. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2023;11:e44765 View
  18. Ayedh M A, Wahab A, Idris M. Systematic Literature Review on Security Access Control Policies and Techniques Based on Privacy Requirements in a BYOD Environment: State of the Art and Future Directions. Applied Sciences 2023;13(14):8048 View
  19. Pool J, Akhlaghpour S, Fatehi F, Burton-Jones A. A systematic analysis of failures in protecting personal health data: A scoping review. International Journal of Information Management 2024;74:102719 View
  20. Petosic A, Berntzen H, Beeckman D, Flaatten H, Sunde K, Wøien H. Use of Facebook in a quality improvement campaign to increase adherence to guidelines in intensive care: A qualitative study of nurses’ and physicians’ experiences. Intensive and Critical Care Nursing 2023;78:103475 View
  21. Clay I, Peerenboom N, Connors D, Bourke S, Keogh A, Wac K, Gur-Arie T, Baker J, Bull C, Cereatti A, Cormack F, Eggenspieler D, Foschini L, Ganea R, Groenen P, Gusset N, Izmailova E, Kanzler C, Leyens L, Lyden K, Mueller A, Nam J, Ng W, Nobbs D, Orfaniotou F, Perumal T, Piwko W, Ries A, Scotland A, Taptiklis N, Torous J, Vereijken B, Xu S, Baltzer L, Vetter T, Goldhahn J, Hoffmann S. Reverse Engineering of Digital Measures: Inviting Patients to the Conversation. Digital Biomarkers 2023:28 View
  22. Gupta D. Glucagon-Like Peptide-1 (GLP-1) Agonists may Warrant Revival of Preemptive Pharmacologic Prokinesis Preoperatively till Bring Your Own Ultrasonographic Stethoscope (BYoUS) Policy Becomes the Norm. Annals of Cardiac Anaesthesia 2024;27(1):91 View

Books/Policy Documents

  1. Ehrler F, Blondon K. Digital Health. View
  2. Lopez O, de Vaulx F, Harding W. Blockchain in Life Sciences. View