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The Use of Smartphone-Based Triage to Reduce the Rate of Outpatient Error Registration: Cross-Sectional Study

The Use of Smartphone-Based Triage to Reduce the Rate of Outpatient Error Registration: Cross-Sectional Study

can be provided based on precise, intelligent navigation within the hospital.Patient GroupingThe patients recruited from April to September 2018 made Web-based appointment registration without the smartphone system, whereas from October 2018 to March 2019, outpatients

Wanhua Xie, Xiaojun Cao, Hongwei Dong, Yu Liu

JMIR Mhealth Uhealth 2019;7(11):e15313

Development of a Questionnaire to Measure the Attitudes of Laypeople, Physicians, and Psychotherapists Toward Telemedicine in Mental Health

Development of a Questionnaire to Measure the Attitudes of Laypeople, Physicians, and Psychotherapists Toward Telemedicine in Mental Health

successful treatment in colloquial speech, while we asked the same from the physicians and psychotherapists in professional wording.The resulting questionnaire was then used in a study with four groups of participants—the physicians, the psychotherapists, the outpatients

Peter Tonn, Silja Christin Reuter, Isabelle Kuchler, Britta Reinke, Lena Hinkelmann, Saskia Stoeckigt, Hanna Siemoneit, Nina Schulze

JMIR Ment Health 2017;4(4):e39

Development of an Electronic Alcohol Screening and Brief Intervention Program for Hospital Outpatients With Unhealthy Alcohol Use

Development of an Electronic Alcohol Screening and Brief Intervention Program for Hospital Outpatients With Unhealthy Alcohol Use

The objectives of this study were to (1) adapt an existing e-SBI program for university students [33,34], to hospital outpatients, and ensure it complies with the health service’s information technology (IT) systems, (2) assess the feasibility of recruiting

Natalie A Johnson, Kypros Kypri, John Attia

JMIR Res Protoc 2013;2(2):e36

Patient Smartphone Ownership and Interest in Mobile Apps to Monitor Symptoms of Mental Health Conditions: A Survey in Four Geographically Distinct Psychiatric Clinics

Patient Smartphone Ownership and Interest in Mobile Apps to Monitor Symptoms of Mental Health Conditions: A Survey in Four Geographically Distinct Psychiatric Clinics

The only previous study addressing this question suggested that psychiatric outpatients at a university outpatient clinic in Boston owned smartphones at a rate of 72% [8], greater than the current United States average ownership rate of 58% in January 2014

John Torous, Steven Richard Chan, Shih Yee-Marie Tan, Jacob Behrens, Ian Mathew, Erich J Conrad, Ladson Hinton, Peter Yellowlees, Matcheri Keshavan

JMIR Ment Health 2014;1(1):e5

Consumers Turning to the Internet Pharmacy Market: Cross-Sectional Study on the Frequency and Attitudes of Hungarian Patients Purchasing Medications Online

Consumers Turning to the Internet Pharmacy Market: Cross-Sectional Study on the Frequency and Attitudes of Hungarian Patients Purchasing Medications Online

the number of people obtaining medications, and other health products online is increasing [37].AimsThis study aims to gather information on the frequency and attitudes of patients purchasing medications online using a nationally representative sample of outpatients

András Fittler, Róbert György Vida, Mátyás Káplár, Lajos Botz

J Med Internet Res 2018;20(8):e11115

Short-Term Effectiveness of Web-Based Guided Self-Help for Phobic Outpatients: Randomized Controlled Trial

Short-Term Effectiveness of Web-Based Guided Self-Help for Phobic Outpatients: Randomized Controlled Trial

Thus, Internet-delivered psychological treatments for anxiety and phobias are feasible, acceptable, and effective.Typically, outpatients exhibit higher levels of anxiety and a greater number of comorbid and more complex diagnoses, as well as greater psychosocial

Robin N Kok, Annemieke van Straten, Aartjan T F Beekman, Pim Cuijpers

J Med Internet Res 2014;16(9):e226