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Synthesizing information systems knowledge: A typology of literature reviews
Abstract In this article we develop a typology of review types and provide a descriptive insight into the most common reviews found in top IS journals. Our assessment reveals that the number of ISExpand
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Review Paper: Systematic Review of Home Telemonitoring for Chronic Diseases: The Evidence Base
OBJECTIVE Home telemonitoring represents a patient management approach combining various information technologies for monitoring patients at distance. This study presents a systematic review of theExpand
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Home telemonitoring of patients with diabetes: a systematic assessment of observed effects.
  • M. Jaana, G. Paré
  • Medicine
  • Journal of evaluation in clinical practice
  • 1 April 2007
RATIONALE, AIMS AND OBJECTIVES Diabetes represents a common chronic disease continuously growing worldwide. Unless closely monitored, it can be associated with serious complications and highExpand
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Home telemonitoring for respiratory conditions: a systematic review.
OBJECTIVES To provide a systematic review of home telemonitoring for respiratory conditions and to present evidence on its effects in relation to data quality, patient medical condition, utilizationExpand
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Effectiveness of mHealth interventions for patients with diabetes: An overview of systematic reviews
Background Diabetes is a common chronic disease that places an unprecedented strain on health care systems worldwide. Mobile health technologies such as smartphones, mobile applications, and wearableExpand
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Prioritizing the risk factors influencing the success of clinical information system projects. A Delphi study in Canada.
OBJECTIVE The aim of this study is to gain a better understanding of the risk factors influencing the success of clinical information system projects. METHODS This study addresses this issue byExpand
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EMRs and clinical IS implementation in hospitals: a statewide survey.
PURPOSE Present an overview of clinical information systems (IS) in hospitals and analyze the level of electronic medical records (EMR) implementation in relation to clinical IS capabilities andExpand
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Effects of Home Telemonitoring Interventions on Patients With Chronic Heart Failure: An Overview of Systematic Reviews
BACKGROUND Growing interest on the effects of home telemonitoring on patients with chronic heart failure (HF) has led to a rise in the number of systematic reviews addressing the same or very similarExpand
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Systematic review of telemedicine applications in emergency rooms
CONTEXT Despite the frequency of use of telemedicine in emergency care, limited evidence exists on its impacts at the patient, provider, organization, and system level. Hospital-based applications ofExpand
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Health care information technology in rural America: electronic medical record adoption status in meeting the national agenda.
Continuing is a national political drive for investments in health care information technology (HIT) that will allow the transformation of health care for quality improvement and cost reduction.Expand
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