Published on in Vol 9, No 11 (2021): November

Preprints (earlier versions) of this paper are available at https://preprints.jmir.org/preprint/33012, first published .
Physicians’ Attitudes Toward Prescribable mHealth Apps and Implications for Adoption in Germany: Mixed Methods Study

Physicians’ Attitudes Toward Prescribable mHealth Apps and Implications for Adoption in Germany: Mixed Methods Study

Physicians’ Attitudes Toward Prescribable mHealth Apps and Implications for Adoption in Germany: Mixed Methods Study

Journals

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  2. Burda V, Mráz M, Schneider J, Novák D. Managing Diabetes Using Mobiab: Long-Term Case Study of the Impact of a Mobile App on Self-management. JMIR Diabetes 2022;7(2):e36675 View
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  5. Wangler J, Jansky M. Welche Potenziale und Mehrwerte bieten DiGA für die hausärztliche Versorgung? – Ergebnisse einer Befragung von Hausärzt*innen in Deutschland. Bundesgesundheitsblatt - Gesundheitsforschung - Gesundheitsschutz 2022;65(12):1334 View
  6. Uncovska M, Freitag B, Meister S, Fehring L. Patient Acceptance of Prescribed and Fully Reimbursed mHealth Apps in Germany: An UTAUT2-based Online Survey Study. Journal of Medical Systems 2023;47(1) View
  7. Choi H, Dong J, Kim E, Jang J. Digital Therapeutics Reimbursement System in Germany and Its Implications. Health Insurance Review & Assessment Service Research 2022;2(1):24 View
  8. Richter J, Chehab G, Stachwitz P, Hagen J, Larsen D, Knitza J, Schneider M, Voormann A, Specker C. One year of digital health applications (DiGA) in Germany – Rheumatologists’ perspectives. Frontiers in Medicine 2022;9 View
  9. Wangler J, Jansky M. Digitale Gesundheitsanwendungen (DiGA) in der Primärversorgung – Erfahrungen und Beobachtungen von Hausärzt*innen hinsichtlich der Anwendung von DiGA. Prävention und Gesundheitsförderung 2023;18(4):483 View
  10. Nogueira-Leite D, Cruz-Correia R. Attitudes of Physicians and Individuals Toward Digital Mental Health Tools: Protocol for a Web-Based Survey Research Project. JMIR Research Protocols 2023;12:e41040 View
  11. Wittwer L, Walters E, Jordan K. Improving Pediatric Asthma Care Through Asthma Apps: A Narrative Review. The Journal for Nurse Practitioners 2023;19(5):104500 View
  12. Dahlhausen F, Zinner M, Bieske L, Ehlers J, Boehme P, Fehring L. There's an app for that, but nobody's using it: Insights on improving patient access and adherence to digital therapeutics in Germany. DIGITAL HEALTH 2022;8:205520762211046 View
  13. Alkhaldi O, McMillan B, Maddah N, Ainsworth J. Interventions Aimed at Enhancing Health Care Providers’ Behavior Toward the Prescription of Mobile Health Apps: Systematic Review. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2023;11:e43561 View
  14. Hein H, Glombiewski J, Rief W, Riecke J. Effects of a video intervention on physicians’ acceptance of pain apps: a randomised controlled trial. BMJ Open 2022;12(4):e060020 View
  15. Sorg H, Ehlers J, Sorg C. Digitalization in Medicine: Are German Medical Students Well Prepared for the Future?. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 2022;19(14):8308 View
  16. Jacob C, Lindeque J, Klein A, Ivory C, Heuss S, Peter M. Assessing the Quality and Impact of eHealth Tools: Systematic Literature Review and Narrative Synthesis. JMIR Human Factors 2023;10:e45143 View
  17. Wangler J, Jansky M. Two years of approved digital health applications in Germany – Perspectives and experiences of general practitioners with an affinity for their use. European Journal of General Practice 2023;29(1) View
  18. Graf A, Fehring L, Henningsen M, Zinner M. Going digital in Germany: An exploration of physicians’ attitudes towards the introduction of electronic prescriptions – A mixed methods approach. International Journal of Medical Informatics 2023;174:105063 View
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  20. Nogueira-Leite D, Diniz J, Cruz-Correia R. Mental Health Professionals’ Attitudes Toward Digital Mental Health Apps and Implications for Adoption in Portugal: Mixed Methods Study. JMIR Human Factors 2023;10:e45949 View
  21. Heidel A, Hagist C, Spinler S, Schoeneberger M. Removing Dust From the German Health Care System by Introducing Health Apps Into Standard Care: Semistructured Interview Study. JMIR Human Factors 2023;10:e42186 View
  22. Ting A, McLachlan C. Dr. Smartphone, can you support my trauma? An informatics analysis study of App Store apps for trauma- and stressor-related disorders. PeerJ 2023;11:e15366 View
  23. Wu X, Deng H, Jian S, Chen H, Li Q, Gong R, Wu J. Global trends and hotspots in the digital therapeutics of autism spectrum disorders: a bibliometric analysis from 2002 to 2022. Frontiers in Psychiatry 2023;14 View
  24. Kheirinejad S, Visuri A, Suryanarayana S, Hosio S. Exploring mHealth applications for self-management of chronic low back pain: A survey of features and benefits. Heliyon 2023;9(6):e16586 View
  25. Moungui H, Nana-Djeunga H, Anyiang C, Cano M, Ruiz Postigo J, Carrion C. Dissemination Strategies for mHealth Apps: Systematic Review. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2024;12:e50293 View
  26. Braun P, Schwientek A, Angerer P, Guthardt L, Icks A, Loerbroks A, Apolinário-Hagen J. Investigating information needs and preferences regarding digital mental health services among medical and psychology students in Germany: A qualitative study. DIGITAL HEALTH 2023;9:205520762311735 View
  27. Szkodny D, Wróblewska-Czajka E, Stryja M, Gara F, Wylęgała E. A Web Application for Reporting Eye Donors: Idea, Development and Doctor's Opinion. Transplantation Proceedings 2023;55(9):2003 View
  28. van Kessel R, Roman-Urrestarazu A, Anderson M, Kyriopoulos I, Field S, Monti G, Reed S, Pavlova M, Wharton G, Mossialos E. Mapping Factors That Affect the Uptake of Digital Therapeutics Within Health Systems: Scoping Review. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2023;25:e48000 View
  29. Busch-Casler J, Radic M. Trust and Health Information Exchanges: Qualitative Analysis of the Intent to Share Personal Health Information. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2023;25:e41635 View
  30. Alsahli S, Hor S, Lam M. Factors Influencing the Acceptance and Adoption of Mobile Health Apps by Physicians During the COVID-19 Pandemic: Systematic Review. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2023;11:e50419 View
  31. Uncovska M, Freitag B, Meister S, Fehring L. Rating analysis and BERTopic modeling of consumer versus regulated mHealth app reviews in Germany. npj Digital Medicine 2023;6(1) View
  32. Schroeder T, Seaman K, Nguyen A, Gewald H, Georgiou A. Enablers and inhibitors to the adoption of mHealth apps by patients – A qualitative analysis of German doctors’ perspectives. Patient Education and Counseling 2023;114:107865 View
  33. Cramer A, Keinki C, Saur F, Walter S, Hübner J. eHealth literacy, internet and eHealth service usage: a survey among a German municipality. Journal of Public Health 2023 View
  34. Gu Y, Guan Y, Meng Z. Health Providers’ Perceptions and Experiences of Using mHealth for Chronic Noncommunicable Diseases: Qualitative Systematic Review and Meta-Synthesis. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2023;25:e45437 View
  35. Groene N, Schneck L. Covering digital health applications in the public insurance system: how to foster innovation in patient care while mitigating financial risks—evidence from Germany. Frontiers in Digital Health 2023;5 View
  36. Coriat R, Sibaud V, Bourgeois V, Manfredi S, Artru P, Trouilloud I, Kremliovsky M, Arvis P, Palma M. Digital tool to identify and monitor regorafenib-associated hand-foot skin reactions: A proof-of-concept study protocol. Digestive and Liver Disease 2023;55(8):1019 View
  37. Schroeder T, Haug M, Georgiou A, Seaman K, Gewald H. Evidence of How Physicians and Their Patients Adopt mHealth Apps in Germany: Exploratory Qualitative Study. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2024;12:e48345 View
  38. Schlieter H, Kählig M, Hickmann E, Fürstenau D, Sunyaev A, Richter P, Breitschwerdt R, Thielscher C, Gersch M, Maaß W, Reuter-Oppermann M, Wiese L. Digitale Gesundheitsanwendungen (DiGA) im Spannungsfeld von Fortschritt und Kritik. Bundesgesundheitsblatt - Gesundheitsforschung - Gesundheitsschutz 2024;67(1):107 View
  39. Jacob C, Lindeque J, Müller R, Klein A, Metcalfe T, Connolly S, Koerber F, Maguire R, Denis F, Heuss S, Peter M. A sociotechnical framework to assess patient-facing eHealth tools: results of a modified Delphi process. npj Digital Medicine 2023;6(1) View
  40. Algera E, Leusink P, Gerrits T, Pols J, Ravesloot J. mHealth technologies for pregnancy prevention: A challenge for patient-centred contraceptive counselling in Dutch general practice. European Journal of General Practice 2024;30(1) View
  41. Weik L, Fehring L, Mortsiefer A, Meister S. Big 5 Personality Traits and Individual- and Practice-Related Characteristics as Influencing Factors of Digital Maturity in General Practices: Quantitative Web-Based Survey Study. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2024;26:e52085 View
  42. Schwartz D, Spitzer S, Khalemsky M, Cano-Bejar A, Ray S, Chiou J, Sakhnini R, Lanin R, Meir M, Tsai M. Apps don't work for patients who don't use them: Towards frameworks for digital therapeutics adherence. Health Policy and Technology 2024;13(2):100848 View
  43. Weik L, Fehring L, Mortsiefer A, Meister S. Understanding inherent influencing factors to digital health adoption in general practices through a mixed-methods analysis. npj Digital Medicine 2024;7(1) View
  44. Wangler J, Jansky M. How can primary care benefit from digital health applications? – a quantitative, explorative survey on attitudes and experiences of general practitioners in Germany. BMC Digital Health 2024;2(1) View
  45. Giebel G, Abels C, Börchers K, Kampka B, Neusser S, Cissarek H, Plescher F, Wasem J, Blase N. Integration of digital health applications into the German healthcare system: development of “The DiGA-Care Path”. Frontiers in Health Services 2024;4 View
  46. Dege T, Glatzel B, Borst V, Grän F, Goller S, Glatzel C, Goebeler M, Schmieder A. Patient-Centered Chronic Wound Care Mobile Apps: Systematic Identification, Analysis, and Assessment. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2024;12:e51592 View
  47. Amran M, Bilitzky A, Bar-Yishay M, Adler L. The use of medical health applications by primary care physicians in Israel: a cross-sectional study. BMC Health Services Research 2024;24(1) View
  48. Giebel G, Abels C, Plescher F, Speckemeier C, Schrader N, Börchers K, Wasem J, Neusser S, Blase N. Problems and Barriers Related to the Use of mHealth Apps From the Perspective of Patients: Focus Group and Interview Study. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2024;26:e49982 View
  49. Caiani E, Kemps H, Hoogendoorn P, Asteggiano R, Böhm A, Borregaard B, Boriani G, Brunner La Rocca H, Casado-Arroyo R, Castelletti S, Christodorescu R, Cowie M, Dendale P, Dunn F, Fraser A, Lane D, Locati E, Małaczyńska-Rajpold K, Merșa C, Neubeck L, Parati G, Plummer C, Rosano G, Scherrenberg M, Smirthwaite A, Szymanski P. Standardized assessment of evidence supporting the adoption of mobile health solutions: A Clinical Consensus Statement of the ESC Regulatory Affairs Committee. European Heart Journal - Digital Health 2024 View
  50. Sahan F, Guthardt L, Panitz K, Siegel-Kianer A, Eichhof I, Schmitt B, Apolinario-Hagen J. Enhancing Digital Health Awareness and Mobile Health Competencies in Medical Education in Germany: Proof-of-Concept-Study and Sum-mative Process Evaluation of a Quality Improvement Project (Preprint). JMIR Medical Education 2024 View
  51. Rivera Romero O, Chae H, Faienza M, Vergani E, Cheon C, Di Mase R, Frasca F, Lee H, Giavoli C, Kim J, Klain A, Moon J, Iezzi M, Yeh J, Aversa A, Rhie Y, Koledova E. Healthcare professionals’ perspectives towards the digitalisation of paediatric growth hormone therapies: expert panels in Italy and Korea. Frontiers in Endocrinology 2024;15 View
  52. Vomhof M, Bau J, Hüter P, Stehl S, Haastert B, Loerbroks A, Icks A, Calo S, Schuster L, Pischke C, Kairies-Schwarz N, Angerer P, Apolinário-Hagen J. Preferences regarding information strategies for digital mental health interventions among medical students in Germany: A discrete-choice experiment (Preprint). JMIR Formative Research 2023 View

Books/Policy Documents

  1. Ehlers J. Handbuch Digitale Gesundheitswirtschaft. View