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Evaluating the Economic Impact of Smart Care Platforms: Qualitative and Quantitative Results of a Case Study

Evaluating the Economic Impact of Smart Care Platforms: Qualitative and Quantitative Results of a Case Study

Many parts of the world face the same social evolution: an aging society. It’s a challenge because with an aging society the demand for care increases while resource availability (both human and monetary) is under pressure.

Frederic Vannieuwenborg, Thomas Van der Auwermeulen, Jan Van Ooteghem, An Jacobs, Sofie Verbrugge, Didier Colle

JMIR Med Inform 2016;4(4):e33


Online Social Engagement by Cancer Patients: A Clinic-Based Patient Survey

Online Social Engagement by Cancer Patients: A Clinic-Based Patient Survey

past 12 months, 80% of online adults searched for health information, 26% of people reported reading about or watching another person’s health experience, and 16% went online to connect with others who had the same condition, including 4.6% who took part in an

Lawrence C An, Lauren Wallner, Matthias Alexander Kirch

JMIR Cancer 2016;2(2):e10


Trustworthiness, Readability, and Suitability of Web-Based Information for Stroke Prevention and Self-Management for Korean Americans: Critical Evaluation

Trustworthiness, Readability, and Suitability of Web-Based Information for Stroke Prevention and Self-Management for Korean Americans: Critical Evaluation

Stroke is the foremost cause of serious long-term disability, with high health care cost [20], and puts an increasing economic burden on health care resources [21].

Mikyoung A Lee, Cha-Nam Shin, Kyungeh An

Interact J Med Res 2018;7(2):e10440


A Novel Just-in-Time Contextual Mobile App Intervention to Reduce Sodium Intake in Hypertension: Protocol and Rationale for a Randomized Controlled Trial (LowSalt4Life Trial)

A Novel Just-in-Time Contextual Mobile App Intervention to Reduce Sodium Intake in Hypertension: Protocol and Rationale for a Randomized Controlled Trial (LowSalt4Life Trial)

In an analysis of the Trials of Hypertension Prevention, participants randomized to low-sodium interventions had a 25% lower long-term risk of cardiovascular disease (RR 0.75, 95% CI 0.57-0.99) [4].

Michael P Dorsch, Lawrence C An, Scott L Hummel

JMIR Res Protoc 2018;7(12):e11282