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Value and Acceptability of a Novel Machine Learning Technology for Heart Failure Readmission Reduction: Qualitative Analysis of Clinical Roles and Workflows

Value and Acceptability of a Novel Machine Learning Technology for Heart Failure Readmission Reduction: Qualitative Analysis of Clinical Roles and Workflows

HealthcareConnected Health InnovationBoston, MAUnited States2Massachusetts General HospitalBoston, MAUnited States3Harvard Medical SchoolBoston, MAUnited StatesCorresponding Author: Sunetra Bane sunetrabane@gmail.comJul-Dec20181709201842e118959820182982018©Simone

Simone Orlowski, Sunetra Bane, Jaclyn Hirschey, Sujay Kakarmath, Jennifer Felsted, Julie Brown, Stephen Agboola, Kamal Jethwani

iproc 2018;4(2):e11895

Efficacy of Mobile Serious Games in Increasing HIV Risk Perception in Swaziland: A Randomized Control Trial (SGprev Trial) Research Protocol

Efficacy of Mobile Serious Games in Increasing HIV Risk Perception in Swaziland: A Randomized Control Trial (SGprev Trial) Research Protocol

Therefore, our study seeks to use serious games delivered via mobile smartphones to engage the target audience in creative ways to increase personalization of HIV risk.In this study, we adopt the definition of Serious Games as proposed by Alvarez and Djaouti

Bhekumusa Wellington Lukhele, Patou Musumari, Christina El-Saaidi, Teeranee Techasrivichien, S. Pilar Suguimoto, Masako Ono Kihara, Masahiro Kihara

JMIR Res Protoc 2016;5(4):e224

Development of a Mobile App for Individuals with Co-Occurring Substance Use and Mood Disorders: Integrated Support Now

Development of a Mobile App for Individuals with Co-Occurring Substance Use and Mood Disorders: Integrated Support Now

HealthCarePartners Connected Health InnovationBoston, MAUnited States4Massachusetts General HospitalBoston, MAUnited StatesCorresponding Author: Dawn Sugarman dsugarman@mclean.harvard.eduJul-Dec20181709201842e118929820182982018©Dawn Sugarman, Sunetra Bane, Simone

Dawn Sugarman, Sunetra Bane, Simone Orlowski, Tasmia Noor, Joe Gracz, Hilary Connery, Cheryl Cronin, Kenneth Gilman, Rocco Iannucci, Monika Kolodziej, Anna Munro, Kamal Jethwani, Roger Weiss

iproc 2018;4(2):e11892

E-Clinical High Risk for Psychosis: Viewpoint on Potential of Digital Innovations for Preventive Psychiatry

E-Clinical High Risk for Psychosis: Viewpoint on Potential of Digital Innovations for Preventive Psychiatry

Alvarez-Jiminez et al [77] conducted a novel strengths and mindfulness-based online social therapy for individuals at CHR-P.

Thomas Reilly, Andrea Mechelli, Philip McGuire, Paolo Fusar-Poli, Peter J Uhlhaas

JMIR Ment Health 2019;6(10):e14581

Smartphone and Internet Access and Utilization by People With Schizophrenia in South Australia: Quantitative Survey Study

Smartphone and Internet Access and Utilization by People With Schizophrenia in South Australia: Quantitative Survey Study

For example, Alvarez-Jimenez et al [4] used an online platform to deliver clinical interventions to young people with early schizophrenia.

Kwok Tung Gordon Wong, Dennis Liu, Ryan Balzan, Daniel King, Cherrie Galletly

JMIR Ment Health 2020;7(1):e11551

Improving Adherence to Web-Based and Mobile Technologies for People With Psychosis: Systematic Review of New Potential Predictors of Adherence

Improving Adherence to Web-Based and Mobile Technologies for People With Psychosis: Systematic Review of New Potential Predictors of Adherence

This review updates Alvarez-Jimenz et al’s [14] findings; we examined rates of adherence to mobile or Internet-based interventions, trials, or observational studies for people with psychosis.MethodsThis systematic review was conducted following the preferred

Clare Killikelly, Zhimin He, Clare Reeder, Til Wykes

JMIR Mhealth Uhealth 2017;5(7):e94