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Consistently Increasing Numbers of Online Ratings of Healthcare in England

Consistently Increasing Numbers of Online Ratings of Healthcare in England

In a recent JMIR paper, Gao and colleagues demonstrated the growing number of internet-based ratings of physicians on a commercially-owned website in the USA [1].In England, in keeping with our National Health Service, we have a government run website that

Felix Greaves, Christopher Millett

J Med Internet Res 2012;14(3):e94

Wearable Technology Acceptance in Health Care Based on National Culture Differences: Cross-Country Analysis Between Chinese and Swiss Consumers

Wearable Technology Acceptance in Health Care Based on National Culture Differences: Cross-Country Analysis Between Chinese and Swiss Consumers

Gao et al [6] developed an integrated framework comprehensively examining wearable technology acceptance in health care (WTAH) by combining the theories described above [18,19].

Dong Yang Meier, Petra Barthelmess, Wei Sun, Florian Liberatore

J Med Internet Res 2020;22(10):e18801

Quality of Online Pharmacies and Websites Selling Prescription Drugs: A Systematic Review

Quality of Online Pharmacies and Websites Selling Prescription Drugs: A Systematic Review

The US Government Accountability Office (GAO) [72,73] found the collaboration of licensed physicians, although when they verified these licenses [72] almost all of them were nonexistent or not valid for all the US states where they were declared to be.

Grazia Orizio, Anna Merla, Peter J Schulz, Umberto Gelatti

J Med Internet Res 2011;13(3):e74

An Analysis of Online Evaluations on a Physician Rating Website: Evidence From a German Public Reporting Instrument

An Analysis of Online Evaluations on a Physician Rating Website: Evidence From a German Public Reporting Instrument

For example, Gao and colleagues showed that 16% of US physicians received an online review on RateMDs in the period between 2005 and 2010 [27].

Martin Emmert, Florian Meier

J Med Internet Res 2013;15(8):e157

Internet-Based Direct-to-Consumer Genetic Testing: A Systematic Review

Internet-Based Direct-to-Consumer Genetic Testing: A Systematic Review

Improvement Amendments (CLIA) standards, to indicate legitimacy [114,115,117,120-122,124,128].Scientific Evidence and Clinical Utility of Direct-to-Consumer Genetic TestingA total of 14 papers, including two reports from the US Government Accountability Office (GAO

Loredana Covolo, Sara Rubinelli, Elisabetta Ceretti, Umberto Gelatti

J Med Internet Res 2015;17(12):e279

Association Between Physician Online Rating and Quality of Care

Association Between Physician Online Rating and Quality of Care

Similarly, Gao and colleagues analyzed ratings from the RateMDs.com website in comparison with data obtained from the Virginia Board of Medicine, and found no correlation between physician rating and malpractice claims [8].

Kanu Okike, Taylor K Peter-Bibb, Kristal C Xie, Okike N Okike

J Med Internet Res 2016;18(12):e324

“Friending” Teens: Systematic Review of Social Media in Adolescent and Young Adult Health Care

“Friending” Teens: Systematic Review of Social Media in Adolescent and Young Adult Health Care

useStudyObserving behaviors (n=77)Viewing social media sites/content analysis (n=25)Moreno MA [16,19-25], Egan KG [26], Griffiths R [27], Ridout B [28], Whitehill JM [29], Jenssen BP [30], Pujazon-Zazik MA [31], Marcus MA [32], Lam CG [33], Clerici CA [34], Gao

Lael M Yonker, Shiyi Zan, Christina V Scirica, Kamal Jethwani, T Bernard Kinane

J Med Internet Res 2015;17(1):e4