Published on in Vol 10, No 7 (2022): July

Preprints (earlier versions) of this paper are available at https://preprints.jmir.org/preprint/39145, first published .
The Power of Patient Engagement With Electronic Health Records as Research Participants

The Power of Patient Engagement With Electronic Health Records as Research Participants

The Power of Patient Engagement With Electronic Health Records as Research Participants

Journals

  1. Han E, Kharrazi H, Shi L. Identifying Predictors of Nursing Home Admission by Using Electronic Health Records and Administrative Data: Scoping Review. JMIR Aging 2023;6:e42437 View
  2. Purushothaman S, Shanmugam G, Nagarajan S. Achieving Seamless Semantic Interoperability and Enhancing Text Embedding in Healthcare IoT: A Deep Learning Approach with Survey. SN Computer Science 2023;5(1) View
  3. Jaiswal S, Pawelek J, Warshawsky S, Quer G, Trieu M, Pandit J, Owens R. Using New Technologies and Wearables for Characterizing Sleep in Population-based Studies. Current Sleep Medicine Reports 2024;10(1):82 View
  4. Pandit J, Pawelek J, Leff B, Topol E. The hospital at home in the USA: current status and future prospects. npj Digital Medicine 2024;7(1) View
  5. Borkar S, Chakole S, Prasad R, Bansod S. Revolutionizing Oncology: A Comprehensive Review of Digital Health Applications. Cureus 2024 View
  6. Soni H, Ivanova J, Wilczewski H, Ong T, Ross J, Bailey A, Cummins M, Barrera J, Bunnell B, Welch B. User Preferences and Needs for Health Data Collection Using Research Electronic Data Capture: Survey Study. JMIR Medical Informatics 2024;12:e49785 View

Books/Policy Documents

  1. Carter B, Jafry M, Siddiqi A, Rogova A, Liaw W, Reitzel L. Comprehensive Precision Medicine. View