Published on in Vol 2, No 2 (2014): Jul-Dec

Health Information Exchange Implementation: Lessons Learned and Critical Success Factors From a Case Study

Health Information Exchange Implementation: Lessons Learned and Critical Success Factors From a Case Study

Health Information Exchange Implementation: Lessons Learned and Critical Success Factors From a Case Study

Journals

  1. Wu H, LaRue E. Linking the health data system in the U.S.: Challenges to the benefits. International Journal of Nursing Sciences 2017;4(4):410 View
  2. Pendergrass J, Chandrasekaran R. Key Factors Affecting Ambulatory Care Providers’ Electronic Exchange of Health Information With Affiliated and Unaffiliated Partners: Web-Based Survey Study. JMIR Medical Informatics 2019;7(4):e12000 View
  3. Miyoshi N, Azevedo-Marques J, Alves D, Azevedo-Marques P. An eHealth Platform for the Support of a Brazilian Regional Network of Mental Health Care (eHealth-Interop): Development of an Interoperability Platform for Mental Care Integration. JMIR Mental Health 2018;5(4):e10129 View
  4. Bailey-Davis L, Kling S, Cochran W, Hassink S, Hess L, Franceschelli Hosterman J, Lutcher S, Marini M, Mowery J, Paul I, Savage J. Integrating and coordinating care between the Women, Infants, and Children Program and pediatricians to improve patient-centered preventive care for healthy growth. Translational Behavioral Medicine 2018;8(6):944 View
  5. Feldman S. An Early Model for Value and Sustainability in Health Information Exchanges: Qualitative Study. JMIR Medical Informatics 2018;6(2):e29 View
  6. Lee M, Heo E, Lim H, Lee J, Weon S, Chae H, Hwang H, Yoo S. Developing a Common Health Information Exchange Platform to Implement a Nationwide Health Information Network in South Korea. Healthcare Informatics Research 2015;21(1):21 View
  7. Shea C, Belden C. What is the extent of research on the characteristics, behaviors, and impacts of health information technology champions? A scoping review. BMC Medical Informatics and Decision Making 2015;16(1) View
  8. Kip H, Kelders S, Weerink K, Kuiper A, Brüninghoff I, Bouman Y, Dijkslag D, van Gemert-Pijnen L. Identifying the Added Value of Virtual Reality for Treatment in Forensic Mental Health: A Scenario-Based, Qualitative Approach. Frontiers in Psychology 2019;10 View
  9. Kern R, Haase R, Eisele J, Thomas K, Ziemssen T. Designing an Electronic Patient Management System for Multiple Sclerosis: Building a Next Generation Multiple Sclerosis Documentation System. interactive Journal of Medical Research 2016;5(1):e2 View
  10. Schmit C, Wetter S, Kash B. Falling short: how state laws can address health information exchange barriers and enablers. Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association 2018;25(6):635 View
  11. Kip H, Kelders S, Bouman Y, van Gemert-Pijnen L. The Importance of Systematically Reporting and Reflecting on eHealth Development: Participatory Development Process of a Virtual Reality Application for Forensic Mental Health Care. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2019;21(8):e12972 View
  12. Dixon B, Luckhurst C, Haggstrom D. Leadership perspectives on implementing health information exchange: A qualitative study in a tertiary VA medical center (Preprint). JMIR Medical Informatics 2020 View
  13. Chandrasekaran R, Sankaranarayanan B, Pendergrass J. Unfulfilled promises of health information exchange: What inhibits ambulatory clinics from electronically sharing health information?. International Journal of Medical Informatics 2021;149:104418 View

Books/Policy Documents

  1. Hersh W, Totten A, Eden K, Devine B, Gorman P, Kassakian S, Woods S, Daeges M, Pappas M, McDonagh M. Health Information Exchange. View
  2. Feldman S. Health Information Exchange. View
  3. Schreiber R. HIT or Miss for the Student. View
  4. Schreiber R. HIT or Miss. View
  5. Stein A, Ben Â, Pachito D, Cazella S, van Dongen J, Bosmans J. Integrating the Organization of Health Services, Worker Wellbeing and Quality of Care. View