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Public Awareness, Usage, and Predictors for the Use of Doctor Rating Websites: Cross-Sectional Study in England

Public Awareness, Usage, and Predictors for the Use of Doctor Rating Websites: Cross-Sectional Study in England

Some evidence can be found to suggest that there is an association between online ratings and the quality of care [12,13,26-28], but the results are often conflicting [29].Studies conducted outside of England have focused on the characteristics of patients

Salma Patel, Rebecca Cain, Kevin Neailey, Lucy Hooberman

J Med Internet Res 2018;20(7):e243

Analysis of Internet Usage Among Cancer Patients in a County Hospital Setting: A Quality Improvement Initiative

Analysis of Internet Usage Among Cancer Patients in a County Hospital Setting: A Quality Improvement Initiative

A task force was subsequently formed, comprised of physicians, hospital administrators, nurses, and patient advocates, in order to oversee this quality improvement initiative.A review of the literature was performed and revealed that the majority of research

Lucy Wallace, Lisa Lilley, William Lodrigues, Julie Dreadin-Pulliam, Xian-Jin Xie, Sakshi Mathur, Madhu Rao, Valorie Harvey, Ann Marilyn Leitch, Roshni Rao

JMIR Res Protoc 2014;3(2):e26

A Changing Landscape of Physician Quality Reporting: Analysis of Patients’ Online Ratings of Their Physicians Over a 5-Year Period

A Changing Landscape of Physician Quality Reporting: Analysis of Patients’ Online Ratings of Their Physicians Over a 5-Year Period

IntroductionThere is broad consensus among policy makers and consumer groups that greater transparency in health care will improve the quality and costs of care delivered [1].

Guodong Gordon Gao, Jeffrey S McCullough, Ritu Agarwal, Ashish K Jha

J Med Internet Res 2012;14(1):e38

Exploring Patients’ Views Toward Giving Web-Based Feedback and Ratings to General Practitioners in England: A Qualitative Descriptive Study

Exploring Patients’ Views Toward Giving Web-Based Feedback and Ratings to General Practitioners in England: A Qualitative Descriptive Study

These include in-house surveys, the National General Practice Patient Survey, suggestion boxes, surveys for revalidation, the Friends and Family Test, Care Quality Commission ratings, and the NHS Choices and other feedback websites.

Salma Patel, Rebecca Cain, Kevin Neailey, Lucy Hooberman

J Med Internet Res 2016;18(8):e217

Data Quality Issues With Physician-Rating Websites: Systematic Review

Data Quality Issues With Physician-Rating Websites: Systematic Review

This study fills that literature gap by gleaning data quality issues from several previous studies and classifying them based on the data quality framework.Data Quality FrameworkWe used a data quality framework developed by Wang and Strong [58] to classify

Pavankumar Mulgund, Raj Sharman, Priya Anand, Shashank Shekhar, Priya Karadi

J Med Internet Res 2020;22(9):e15916

Relevance of Trust Marks and CE Labels in German-Language Store Descriptions of Health Apps: Analysis

Relevance of Trust Marks and CE Labels in German-Language Store Descriptions of Health Apps: Analysis

If reliable, seals of approval and other marks of quality have the potential to simplify the situation for users because they hold the promise of an in-depth (quality-related) inspection by independent third parties that users can base their decisions on.

Urs-Vito Albrecht, Uta Hillebrand, Ute von Jan

JMIR Mhealth Uhealth 2018;6(4):e10394

Do Health Care Providers Use Online Patient Ratings to Improve the Quality of Care? Results From an Online-Based Cross-Sectional Study

Do Health Care Providers Use Online Patient Ratings to Improve the Quality of Care? Results From an Online-Based Cross-Sectional Study

Regarding results from the latest systematic reviews, it seems that publicly releasing performance data stimulates quality improvement activity by means of offering new services, changing policies, change in personnel, and an increase in quality improvement

Martin Emmert, Nina Meszmer, Uwe Sander

J Med Internet Res 2016;18(9):e254

Limited Use of Price and Quality Advertising Among American Hospitals

Limited Use of Price and Quality Advertising Among American Hospitals

one another to lower costs or improve quality [6].There is no guarantee, however, that a consumer-directed system will necessarily lead to hospital competition on price or quality.

David B Muhlestein, Chrisanne E A Wilks, Jason P Richter

J Med Internet Res 2013;15(8):e185