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The Invisible Work of Personal Health Information Management Among People With Multiple Chronic Conditions: Qualitative Interview Study Among Patients and Providers

The Invisible Work of Personal Health Information Management Among People With Multiple Chronic Conditions: Qualitative Interview Study Among Patients and Providers

IntroductionSome 90 million individuals in the United States are affected by more than one chronic disease simultaneously, and the number of people with “multiple chronic conditions” (MCC) continues to grow as the population ages [1].

Jessica S Ancker, Holly O Witteman, Baria Hafeez, Thierry Provencher, Mary Van de Graaf, Esther Wei

J Med Internet Res 2015;17(6):e137


Assessment of Personal Health Care Management and Chronic Disease Prevalence: Comparative Analysis of Demographic, Socioeconomic, and Health-Related Variables

Assessment of Personal Health Care Management and Chronic Disease Prevalence: Comparative Analysis of Demographic, Socioeconomic, and Health-Related Variables

The results show that 14.97% (1996/13,325) individuals with a single chronic condition reported PHM use, followed by 14.73% (2029/13,771) with multiple chronic conditions and 11.5% (2632/22,965) with no chronic conditions.

Ryan H Sandefer, Bonnie L Westra, Saif S Khairat, David S Pieczkiewicz, Stuart M Speedie

J Med Internet Res 2018;20(10):e276


A Comparison of Users and Nonusers of a Web-Based Intervention for Carers of Older Persons With Alzheimer Disease and Related Dementias: Mixed Methods Secondary Analysis

A Comparison of Users and Nonusers of a Web-Based Intervention for Carers of Older Persons With Alzheimer Disease and Related Dementias: Mixed Methods Secondary Analysis

The limited interaction with other carers when using Web-based interventions has also been a concern [11,12].A Web-based intervention, My Tools 4 Care (MT4C), was developed to support family carers of persons with ADRD and multiple chronic conditions (MCC).

Wendy Duggleby, Jenny Ploeg, Carrie McAiney, Kathryn Fisher, Kathya Jovel Ruiz, Sunita Ghosh, Shelley Peacock, Maureen Markle-Reid, Allison Williams, Jean Triscott, Jennifer Swindle

J Med Internet Res 2019;21(10):e14254


Summarizing Complex Graphical Models of Multiple Chronic Conditions Using the Second Eigenvalue of Graph Laplacian:  Algorithm Development and Validation

Summarizing Complex Graphical Models of Multiple Chronic Conditions Using the Second Eigenvalue of Graph Laplacian: Algorithm Development and Validation

IntroductionBackgroundClinical data on multiple chronic conditions (MCC) are often complex [1-4] and large [5-8]. These challenging data sets can be effectively represented in terms of graphical models [4,9].

Syed Hasib Akhter Faruqui, Adel Alaeddini, Mike C Chang, Sara Shirinkam, Carlos Jaramillo, Peyman NajafiRad, Jing Wang, Mary Jo Pugh

JMIR Med Inform 2020;8(6):e16372


Using the Technology Acceptance Model to Explore User Experience, Intent to Use, and Use Behavior of a Patient Portal Among Older Adults With Multiple Chronic Conditions: Descriptive Qualitative Study

Using the Technology Acceptance Model to Explore User Experience, Intent to Use, and Use Behavior of a Patient Portal Among Older Adults With Multiple Chronic Conditions: Descriptive Qualitative Study

As older adults are more likely to have multiple chronic conditions (MCC) and higher health care utilization [11,12], they are likely to benefit from patient portal use to manage their conditions and health care services [13,14].

Jennifer Dickman Portz, Elizabeth A Bayliss, Sheana Bull, Rebecca S Boxer, David B Bekelman, Kathy Gleason, Sara Czaja

J Med Internet Res 2019;21(4):e11604


eHealth Technologies, Multimorbidity, and the Office Visit: Qualitative Interview Study on the Perspectives of Physicians and Nurses

eHealth Technologies, Multimorbidity, and the Office Visit: Qualitative Interview Study on the Perspectives of Physicians and Nurses

and advance the move away from a disease-centered model of care toward patient-centered approaches better suited to address the needs of patients with multiple chronic conditions [4].

Graham G Macdonald, Anne F Townsend, Paul Adam, Linda C Li, Sheila Kerr, Michael McDonald, Catherine L Backman

J Med Internet Res 2018;20(1):e31