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How Online Quality Ratings Influence Patients’ Choice of Medical Providers: Controlled Experimental Survey Study

How Online Quality Ratings Influence Patients’ Choice of Medical Providers: Controlled Experimental Survey Study

Recent research shows that although the ratings provided by commercial agencies may be inconsistent with each other [8], they are more comprehensive and cover a broader range of domains than what is included in ratings reported by CMS [9,10].Ratings of health

Niam Yaraghi, Weiguang Wang, Guodong (Gordon) Gao, Ritu Agarwal

J Med Internet Res 2018;20(3):e99

Just Because (Most) Hospitals Are Publishing Charges Does Not Mean Prices Are More Transparent

Just Because (Most) Hospitals Are Publishing Charges Does Not Mean Prices Are More Transparent

IntroductionAs of 2017, national health care expenditures in the United States rose to US $3.5 trillion, an increase of close to 4% compared with the previous year [1].

Cody Lendon Mullens, J Andres Hernandez, Evan D Anderson, Lindsay Allen

JMIR Med Inform 2020;8(2):e14436

The Role of the Sharing Economy and Artificial Intelligence in Health Care: Opportunities and Challenges

The Role of the Sharing Economy and Artificial Intelligence in Health Care: Opportunities and Challenges

Although reform and development of the primary health care system are proceeding in China, some challenges remain including fragmented health care information and a paucity of digital data [7].

Huailiang Wu, Nga-Kwo Chan, Casper J P Zhang, Wai-Kit Ming

J Med Internet Res 2019;21(10):e13469

Smart, Remote, and Targeted Health Care Facilitation Through Connected Health: Qualitative Study

Smart, Remote, and Targeted Health Care Facilitation Through Connected Health: Qualitative Study

Lastly, patients in varying contexts have demanded better customer service from health care providers [5]. Some authors suggest that the development of consumerism in health care may be a catalyst for the development of patient-centric health care [6-8].

Sonia Chien-I Chen, Ridong Hu, Rodney McAdam

J Med Internet Res 2020;22(4):e14201

Adapting Mobile and Wearable Technology to Provide Support and Monitoring in Rehabilitation for Dementia: Feasibility Case Series

Adapting Mobile and Wearable Technology to Provide Support and Monitoring in Rehabilitation for Dementia: Feasibility Case Series

Addressing new opportunities presented by mobile devices and the data these generate makes an important step toward the wider vision of data-driven health care interventions that enable predictive, preventative, personalized, and participatory (P4) health care

Julia Thorpe, Birgitte Hysse Forchhammer, Anja M Maier

JMIR Form Res 2019;3(4):e12346

Private Video Consultation Services and the Future of Primary Care

Private Video Consultation Services and the Future of Primary Care

Textbox 2 summarizes the key components of this evaluation, which was designed to understand the impact of BGPaH on patients, the general practitioner (GP) workforce, and the wider health care system.

Chris Salisbury, Anna Quigley, Nick Hex, Camille Aznar

J Med Internet Res 2020;22(10):e19415

Attitudes of Patients Toward Adoption of 3D Technology in Pain Assessment: Qualitative Perspective

Attitudes of Patients Toward Adoption of 3D Technology in Pain Assessment: Qualitative Perspective

IntroductionOverviewIn medical practice, high quality clinical information is essential in providing high quality health care.

Fotios Spyridonis, Gheorghita Ghinea, Andrew O Frank

J Med Internet Res 2013;15(4):e55