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Feasibility of a New Cuffless Device for Ambulatory Blood Pressure Measurement in Patients With Hypertension: Mixed Methods Study

Feasibility of a New Cuffless Device for Ambulatory Blood Pressure Measurement in Patients With Hypertension: Mixed Methods Study

Poon et al [29] described a mean difference of 0.6 (SD 9.8) mm Hg, and Boubouchairopoulou et al [30] found a mean difference of 3.2 (SD 6.7) mm Hg, which is, to a great extent, comparable to the results of this study.

Paula AM Ogink, Jelske M de Jong, Mats Koeneman, Mariska Weenk, Lucien JLPG Engelen, Harry van Goor, Tom H van de Belt, Sebastian JH Bredie

J Med Internet Res 2019;21(6):e11164

Factors Influencing the Adoption of Health Information Standards in Health Care Organizations: A Systematic Review Based on Best Fit Framework Synthesis

Factors Influencing the Adoption of Health Information Standards in Health Care Organizations: A Systematic Review Based on Best Fit Framework Synthesis

Young and Poon [63] asserted that top-level management support is essential in promoting interest and employees’ satisfaction with the innovation.

Lu Han, Jing Liu, Richard Evans, Yang Song, Jingdong Ma

JMIR Med Inform 2020;8(5):e17334

Developing and Applying a Formative Evaluation Framework for Health Information Technology Implementations: Qualitative Investigation

Developing and Applying a Formative Evaluation Framework for Health Information Technology Implementations: Qualitative Investigation

clinical setting, and routine use of a system.Kaufman et al [14]Health Information Technology Evaluation ToolkitThis framework includes the following dimensions: articulating goals of the project, understanding stakeholders, and benefits measurement.Cusack and Poon

Kathrin Cresswell, Robin Williams, Aziz Sheikh

J Med Internet Res 2020;22(6):e15068

A Framework for Competencies for the Use of Mobile Technologies in Psychiatry and Medicine: Scoping Review

A Framework for Competencies for the Use of Mobile Technologies in Psychiatry and Medicine: Scoping Review

Trainees are a helpful vehicle for teaching faculty about mHealth, social media and other technologies—in clinical settings and particularly through QI, scholarship/research projects, and grants (eg, an Institute on Medicine as a profession and the Josiah Macy

Donald Hilty, Steven Chan, John Torous, John Luo, Robert Boland

JMIR Mhealth Uhealth 2020;8(2):e12229

ClereMed: Lessons Learned From a Pilot Study of a Mobile Screening Tool to Identify and Support Adults Who Have Difficulty With Medication Labels

ClereMed: Lessons Learned From a Pilot Study of a Mobile Screening Tool to Identify and Support Adults Who Have Difficulty With Medication Labels

and reading (Susan Leat); an optometrist working with low vision patients (Shamroze Kahn); a pharmacy business expert (Roderick Slavcev); a community pharmacist (Bryan Hastie); and a pharmacy student with a special interest in eHealth technologies (Calvin Poon

Kelly Anne Grindrod, Allison Gates, Lisa Dolovich, Roderick Slavcev, Rob Drimmie, Behzad Aghaei, Calvin Poon, Shamrozé Khan, Susan J Leat

JMIR Mhealth Uhealth 2014;2(3):e35