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Patterns of Use and Key Predictors for the Use of Wearable Health Care Devices by US Adults: Insights from a National Survey

Patterns of Use and Key Predictors for the Use of Wearable Health Care Devices by US Adults: Insights from a National Survey

with all the predictor variables, is shown in Figure 1.Figure 1Research model with key predictors of wearable health care device use.MethodsDataThe dataset for this study comes from the National Cancer Institute’s Health Information National Trends Survey (HINTS

Ranganathan Chandrasekaran, Vipanchi Katthula, Evangelos Moustakas

J Med Internet Res 2020;22(10):e22443


Use of the Internet to Communicate with Health Care Providers in the United States: Estimates from the 2003 and 2005 Health Information National Trends Surveys (HINTS)

Use of the Internet to Communicate with Health Care Providers in the United States: Estimates from the 2003 and 2005 Health Information National Trends Surveys (HINTS)

Comprehensive reports on the conceptual framework of HINTS and sample designs are published elsewhere [22,23]. Data for HINTS 2003 were collected from October 2002 through April 2003. Data for HINTS 2005 were collected from February through August 2005.

Ellen Beckjord, Lila Finney Rutten, Linda Squiers, Neeraj Arora, Lindsey Volckmann, Richard Moser, Bradford Hesse

J Med Internet Res 2007;9(3):e20


Patient Engagement in Medical Research Among Older Adults: Analysis of the Health Information National Trends Survey

Patient Engagement in Medical Research Among Older Adults: Analysis of the Health Information National Trends Survey

Each version of HINTS includes slightly different survey questions. We used HINTS 4 Cycle 4 data collected between August and November 2014 via self-administered mailed questionnaires. The survey response rate was 34.4%.

Lynette Hammond Gerido, Xiang Tang, Brittany Ernst, Aisha Langford, Zhe He

J Med Internet Res 2019;21(10):e15035


Use of Tablets and Smartphones to Support Medical Decision Making in US Adults: Cross-Sectional Study

Use of Tablets and Smartphones to Support Medical Decision Making in US Adults: Cross-Sectional Study

HINTS was developed by the National Cancer Institute’s Health Communication and Informatics Research Branch and has been administered approximately every 2 years since 2003.

Aisha Langford, Kerli Orellana, Jolaade Kalinowski, Carolyn Aird, Nancy Buderer

JMIR Mhealth Uhealth 2020;8(8):e19531


Trust Me, I’m a Doctor: Examining Changes in How Privacy Concerns Affect Patient Withholding Behavior

Trust Me, I’m a Doctor: Examining Changes in How Privacy Concerns Affect Patient Withholding Behavior

HINTS maintains a core set of questions asked in each wave of the survey, but specific topic modules are included in separate cycles. Such is the case at-hand.

Daniel M Walker, Tyler Johnson, Eric W Ford, Timothy R Huerta

J Med Internet Res 2017;19(1):e2


Patient Portal Barriers and Group Differences: Cross-Sectional National Survey Study

Patient Portal Barriers and Group Differences: Cross-Sectional National Survey Study

The HINTS collects data on individuals’ use of and access to health-related information, and health-related knowledge, awareness, and behaviors.

Kea Turner, Alecia Clary, Young-Rock Hong, Amir Alishahi Tabriz, Christopher M Shea

J Med Internet Res 2020;22(9):e18870