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Using Smartphones and Health Apps to Change and Manage Health Behaviors: A Population-Based Survey

Using Smartphones and Health Apps to Change and Manage Health Behaviors: A Population-Based Survey

Bailey et al [9] found widespread age and health literacy-related disparities in technology access, with older and less literate individuals being less likely to own smartphones and use the Internet, especially for health reasons.

Clemens Ernsting, Stephan U Dombrowski, Monika Oedekoven, Julie L O´Sullivan, Melanie Kanzler, Adelheid Kuhlmey, Paul Gellert

J Med Internet Res 2017;19(4):e101

Mobile Phone Apps Targeting Medication Adherence: Quality Assessment and Content Analysis of User Reviews

Mobile Phone Apps Targeting Medication Adherence: Quality Assessment and Content Analysis of User Reviews

In 2014, Bailey et al extracted information on functions of 424 apps from app descriptions [3]. In 2016, Heldenbrand et al and Santo et al identified 347 and 272 apps, respectively, and categorized them based on author-identified features [6,7].

Jamie Yea Eun Park, Jenny Li, Alyssa Howren, Nicole Wen Tsao, Mary De Vera

JMIR Mhealth Uhealth 2019;7(1):e11919

Food Allergy Training for Schools and Restaurants (The Food Allergy Community Program): Protocol to Evaluate the Effectiveness of a Web-Based Program

Food Allergy Training for Schools and Restaurants (The Food Allergy Community Program): Protocol to Evaluate the Effectiveness of a Web-Based Program

computer-based learning module as an additional food allergy teaching tool for school staff, pointed to the feasibility and effectiveness of this computer-based training, despite it being non-interactive.Regarding studies on food allergy interventions for restaurants, Bailey

Inês Pádua, André Moreira, Pedro Moreira, Renata Barros

JMIR Res Protoc 2018;7(6):e155

Barriers Over Time to Full Implementation of Health Information Exchange in the United States

Barriers Over Time to Full Implementation of Health Information Exchange in the United States

Challenges, Alternatives, and Paths to Sustainability for Health Information Exchange Efforts2013cost, lack of value, competition39Thorn SA, Carter MA, Bailey JE.

Clemens Scott Kruse, Verna Regier, Kurt T. Rheinboldt

JMIR Med Inform 2014;2(2):e26