Barriers and Facilitators When Implementing Web-Based Disease Monitoring and Management as a Substitution for Regular Outpatient Care in Pediatric Asthma: Qualitative Survey Study

@article{vandenWijngaart2018BarriersAF,
  title={Barriers and Facilitators When Implementing Web-Based Disease Monitoring and Management as a Substitution for Regular Outpatient Care in Pediatric Asthma: Qualitative Survey Study},
  author={Lara S. van den Wijngaart and Wytske W Geense and Annemie L.M. Boehmer and Marianne L. Brouwer and Cindy A.C. Hugen and Bart E van Ewijk and Marie-Jos{\'e} Koenen-Jacobs and Anneke M Landstra and Laetitia Em Niers and Lonneke van Onzenoort-Bokken and Mark D Ottink and E R V M Rikkers-Mutsaerts and Iris Groothuis and Anja A Vaessen-Verberne and Jolt Roukema and Peter J.F.M. Merkus},
  journal={Journal of Medical Internet Research},
  year={2018},
  volume={20}
}
Background Despite their potential benefits, many electronic health (eHealth) innovations evaluated in major studies fail to integrate into organizational routines, and the implementation of these innovations remains problematic. Objective The purpose of this study was to describe health care professionals’ self-identified perceived barriers and facilitators for the implementation of a Web-based portal to monitor asthmatic children as a substitution for routine outpatient care. Also, we… 

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