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Characteristics of Patient Portals Developed in the Context of Health Information Exchanges: Early Policy Effects of Incentives in the Meaningful Use Program in the United States

Characteristics of Patient Portals Developed in the Context of Health Information Exchanges: Early Policy Effects of Incentives in the Meaningful Use Program in the United States

content analysis [26,27] of the interview transcripts and acquired documents to extract information relevant to our research questions.Table 1 Characteristics of HIEs implementing patient portals.Kansas Health Information Network (KHIN)Healthcare Access San Antonio

Terese Otte-Trojel, Antoinette de Bont, Joris van de Klundert, Thomas G Rundall

J Med Internet Res 2014;16(11):e258


Patient Engagement and Attitudes Toward Using the Electronic Medical Record for Medical Research: The 2015 Greater Plains Collaborative Health and Medical Research Family Survey

Patient Engagement and Attitudes Toward Using the Electronic Medical Record for Medical Research: The 2015 Greater Plains Collaborative Health and Medical Research Family Survey

Hospital (Kansas City, MO), University of Kansas Medical Center, Marshfield Clinic, Medical College of Wisconsin, University of Iowa Healthcare, University of Minnesota, University of Nebraska Medical Center, University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio

Ann M Davis, Lawrence P Hanrahan, Alex F Bokov, Sarah Schlachter, Helena H Laroche, Lemuel Russell Waitman, GPC Height Weight Research Team

JMIR Res Protoc 2019;8(3):e11148


The Effects on Health Behavior and Health Outcomes of Internet-Based Asynchronous Communication Between Health Providers and Patients With a Chronic Condition: A Systematic Review

The Effects on Health Behavior and Health Outcomes of Internet-Based Asynchronous Communication Between Health Providers and Patients With a Chronic Condition: A Systematic Review

Cruz [26] used a crossover design in which all participants took part in the treatment and control group sequentially so that blinding of investigators was not an issue.

Catharina Carolina de Jong, Wynand JG Ros, Guus Schrijvers

J Med Internet Res 2014;16(1):e19