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Evaluation of End-User Satisfaction Among Employees Participating in a Web-based Health Risk Assessment With Tailored Feedback

Evaluation of End-User Satisfaction Among Employees Participating in a Web-based Health Risk Assessment With Tailored Feedback

Evaluating the factors described within the conceptual framework of Wixom and Todd [18] can give insight into how web-based HRAs with tailored feedback are used and provide opportunities for improvement.

Sandra Vosbergen, Eva K Laan, Ersen B Colkesen, Maurice AJ Niessen, Roderik A Kraaijenhagen, Marie-Louise Essink-Bot, Niels Peek

J Med Internet Res 2012;14(5):e140


A Smartphone App for Patients With End-Stage Liver Disease Can Detect Behavioral Changes That Predict Liver-Related Events

A Smartphone App for Patients With End-Stage Liver Disease Can Detect Behavioral Changes That Predict Liver-Related Events

, MAUnited States3Harvard TH Chan School of Public HealthBoston, MAUnited States4MIT Media Lab and MIT Connection ScienceCambridge, MAUnited StatesCorresponding Author: Jordan Sack jsack@bwh.harvard.eduJan-Dec2019210201951e1522927620191382019©Jordan Sack, Todd

Jordan Sack, Todd Reid, Eric Schlossberg, Nikroo Hashemi

iproc 2019;5(1):e15229


Evaluating a Web-Based Health Risk Assessment With Tailored Feedback: What Does an Expert Focus Group Yield Compared to a Web-Based End-User Survey?

Evaluating a Web-Based Health Risk Assessment With Tailored Feedback: What Does an Expert Focus Group Yield Compared to a Web-Based End-User Survey?

According to Wixom and Todd [3], certain factors influence the use of information technology. For example, users of information technology must find it relatively advantageous, easy to use, and compatible with their beliefs and attitudes [3].

Sandra Vosbergen, Guy R Mahieu, Eva K Laan, Roderik A Kraaijenhagen, Monique WM Jaspers, Niels Peek

J Med Internet Res 2014;16(1):e1