Does the use of consumer health information technology improve outcomes in the patient self-management of diabetes? A meta-analysis and narrative review of randomized controlled trials

@article{Or2014DoesTU,
  title={Does the use of consumer health information technology improve outcomes in the patient self-management of diabetes? A meta-analysis and narrative review of randomized controlled trials},
  author={Calvin K. L. Or and Da Tao},
  journal={International journal of medical informatics},
  year={2014},
  volume={83 5},
  pages={320-9}
}
PURPOSE To assess whether the use of consumer health information technologies (CHITs) improves outcomes in the patient self-management of diabetes. METHOD The evidence from randomized controlled trials (RCTs) on the effects of CHITs on patient outcomes was analyzed using either meta-analysis or a narrative synthesis approach. A systematic search of seven electronic databases was conducted to identify relevant reports of RCTs for the analysis. In the meta-analyses, standardized mean… CONTINUE READING
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