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The Current State of Research, Challenges, and Future Research Directions of Blockchain Technology in Patient Care: Systematic Review

The Current State of Research, Challenges, and Future Research Directions of Blockchain Technology in Patient Care: Systematic Review

Blockchain is a distributed technology that has the potential to address data standardization challenges, system interoperability, and accessibility of medical records to support a more secure, patient-centric approach to health care information systems.Blockchain

Polina Durneva, Karlene Cousins, Min Chen

J Med Internet Res 2020;22(7):e18619


Improving Interoperability in ePrescribing

Improving Interoperability in ePrescribing

e-services for ePrescriptions, dispensing, reimbursement of prescriptions, and statistics.Figure 2Stakeholders in ePrescribing.ePrescribing as CommunicationInformation Systems Actability Theory [6] considers an Information System (IS) to be an instrument for technology-mediated

Sten-Erik Öhlund, Bengt Åstrand, Göran Petersson

Interact J Med Res 2012;1(2):e17


Clinicians’ Role in the Adoption of an Oncology Decision Support App in Europe and Its Implications for Organizational Practices: Qualitative Case Study

Clinicians’ Role in the Adoption of an Oncology Decision Support App in Europe and Its Implications for Organizational Practices: Qualitative Case Study

Technology partly constrains these constructions, without wholly determining them, as users interact with certain preferred features of technology to create particular technology affordances [17,18,22,23]; that is to say that technology is defined not just

Christine Jacob, Antonio Sanchez-Vazquez, Chris Ivory

JMIR Mhealth Uhealth 2019;7(5):e13555


Correction: Improving Interoperability in ePrescribing

Correction: Improving Interoperability in ePrescribing

[Improving Interoperability in ePrescribing, Interact J Med Res 2012;1(2):e17], the percentage of prescriptions in the post-NEF (national ePrescription format) sample with errors should be 0.9% (13,735/1,479,588), rather than 0.009%.

Sten-Erik Öhlund, Bengt Åstrand, Göran Petersson

Interact J Med Res 2012;1(2):e19


Bringing Health and Fitness Data Together for Connected Health Care: Mobile Apps as Enablers of Interoperability

Bringing Health and Fitness Data Together for Connected Health Care: Mobile Apps as Enablers of Interoperability

The IMS Health Institute [6] forecasts that the sales of wearable technology will grow to almost US $30 billion by 2018.

Valerie Gay, Peter Leijdekkers

J Med Internet Res 2015;17(11):e260