Published on in Vol 9, No 3 (2021): March

Preprints (earlier versions) of this paper are available at https://preprints.jmir.org/preprint/21795, first published .
Attitudes of General Practitioners Toward Prescription of Mobile Health Apps: Qualitative Study

Attitudes of General Practitioners Toward Prescription of Mobile Health Apps: Qualitative Study

Attitudes of General Practitioners Toward Prescription of Mobile Health Apps: Qualitative Study

Journals

  1. Breil B, Salewski C, Apolinário-Hagen J. Comparing the Acceptance of Mobile Hypertension Apps for Disease Management Among Patients Versus Clinical Use Among Physicians: Cross-sectional Survey. JMIR Cardio 2022;6(1):e31617 View
  2. Arkkukangas M, Cederbom S. Movement toward an evidence-Based, digital fall prevention future—Perceptions from a physiotherapy perspective. Physiotherapy Theory and Practice 2023;39(1):128 View
  3. Wendrich K, Krabbenborg L. Digital Self-monitoring of Multiple Sclerosis: Interview Study With Dutch Health Care Providers on the Expected New Configuration of Roles and Responsibilities. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2022;10(4):e30224 View
  4. Zhou S, Li K, Ogihara A, Wang X. Perceptions of traditional Chinese medicine doctors about using wearable devices and traditional Chinese medicine diagnostic instruments: A mixed-methodology study. DIGITAL HEALTH 2022;8:205520762211022 View
  5. 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
  6. Iyanna S, Kaur P, Ractham P, Talwar S, Najmul Islam A. Digital transformation of healthcare sector. What is impeding adoption and continued usage of technology-driven innovations by end-users?. Journal of Business Research 2022;153:150 View
  7. Kulikova M, Kalinina A, Kontsevaya A, Drapkina O. Remote control of weight loss using the Doctor PM mobile app: the views of patients and healthcare professionals. Profilakticheskaya meditsina 2022;25(10):35 View
  8. Della Vecchia C, Leroy T, Bauquier C, Pannard M, Sarradon-Eck A, Darmon D, Dufour J, Preau M. Willingness of French General Practitioners to Prescribe mHealth Apps and Devices: Quantitative Study. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2022;10(2):e28372 View
  9. Akinwale Y, AboAlsamh H. Technology Innovation and Healthcare Performance among Healthcare Organizations in Saudi Arabia: A Structural Equation Model Analysis. Sustainability 2023;15(5):3962 View
  10. Paradis S, Roussel J, Bosson J, Kern J. Use of Smartphone Health Apps Among Patients Aged 18 to 69 Years in Primary Care: Population-Based Cross-sectional Survey. JMIR Formative Research 2022;6(6):e34882 View
  11. Cheng Y, Hsu T, Fried J, Chao P. Are we Ready to be e-Social Service Practitioners for Older Adults? Potential of Taiwanese Social Service College Students. IEEE Access 2022;10:52451 View
  12. 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
  13. Gullslett M, Strand Bergmo T. Implementation of E-prescription for Multidose Dispensed Drugs: Qualitative Study of General Practitioners’ Experiences. JMIR Human Factors 2022;9(1):e27431 View
  14. Labarta J, Dimitri P, Keiser M, Koledova E, Rivera-Romero O. Evaluating the Usefulness and Ease of Use of a Next-Generation–Connected Drug Delivery Device for Growth Hormone Therapy: Qualitative Study of Health Care Professionals’ Perceptions. JMIR Human Factors 2023;10:e46893 View
  15. Guardado S, Mylonopoulou V, Rivera-Romero O, Patt N, Bansi J, Giunti G. An Exploratory Study on the Utility of Patient-Generated Health Data as a Tool for Health Care Professionals in Multiple Sclerosis Care. Methods of Information in Medicine 2023 View
  16. 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
  17. 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
  18. 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
  19. Zhu J, Weng H, Ou P, Li L. Use and Acceptance of Smart Elderly Care Apps Among Chinese Medical Staff and Older Individuals: Web-Based Hybrid Survey Study. JMIR Formative Research 2023;7:e41919 View
  20. Talwar S, Dhir A, Islam N, Kaur P, Almusharraf A. Resistance of multiple stakeholders to e-health innovations: Integration of fundamental insights and guiding research paths. Journal of Business Research 2023;166:114135 View
  21. Karia J, Mohamed R, Petrushkin H. Patient-targeted mobile applications in healthcare. British Journal of Hospital Medicine 2023;84(8):1 View
  22. Tokede B, Yansane A, Ibarra-Noriega A, Mullins J, Simmons K, Skourtes N, Mehta U, Tungare S, Holmes D, White J, Walji M, Kalenderian E. Evaluating the Impact of an mHealth Platform for Managing Acute Postoperative Dental Pain: Randomized Controlled Trial. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2023;11:e49677 View
  23. Karampatakis G, Wood H, Griffiths C, Lea N, Ashcroft R, Day B, Walker N, Coulson N, De Simoni A. Ethical and Information Governance Considerations for Promoting Digital Social Interventions in Primary Care. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2023;25:e44886 View
  24. Jiang S, Xiong M, Rao X, Liang J, Zhu X, Fu H, Chen J, Wang C. Medical Personnel Behavior Preferences for Providing mHealth Service in China: A Discrete Choice Experiment. Risk Management and Healthcare Policy 2023;Volume 16:2405 View
  25. Clement A, Ravet M, Stanger C, Gabrielli J. Feasibility, usability, and acceptability of MobileCoach-Teen: A smartphone app-based preventative intervention for risky adolescent drinking behavior. Journal of Substance Use and Addiction Treatment 2024;159:209275 View
  26. 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
  27. Workman A, Campbell S, Williamson G, Lucani C, Bowman D, Cooling N, Johnston F, Jones P, Ayatollahi H. Understanding the perspectives and needs of multiple stakeholders: Identifying key elements of a digital health intervention to protect against environmental hazards. PLOS Digital Health 2024;3(1):e0000444 View
  28. Gilano G, Dekker A, Fijten R, Kipo-Sunyehzi D. The role of mHealth intervention to improve maternal and child health: A provider-based qualitative study in Southern Ethiopia. PLOS ONE 2024;19(2):e0295539 View
  29. Gilano G, Dekker A, Fijten R. Effect of mobile phone messaging on uptake of maternal and child health service in southern Ethiopia: Protocol for cluster randomized controlled trial. Clinical Nutrition Open Science 2024;54:89 View
  30. Dominiak M, Gędek A, Antosik A, Mierzejewski P. Mobile health for mental health support: a survey of attitudes and concerns among mental health professionals in Poland over the period 2020-2023. Frontiers in Psychiatry 2024;15 View
  31. 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
  32. Inampudi S, Rajkumar E, Gopi A, Vany Mol K, Sruthi K. Barriers to implementation of digital transformation in the Indian health sector: a systematic review. Humanities and Social Sciences Communications 2024;11(1) View

Books/Policy Documents

  1. Sankar J, David A, Shrutimeena G. Multi-Sector Analysis of the Digital Healthcare Industry. View