E-Health innovations, collaboration, and healthcare disparities: developing criteria for culturally competent evaluation.

@article{Bacigalupe2013EHealthIC,
  title={E-Health innovations, collaboration, and healthcare disparities: developing criteria for culturally competent evaluation.},
  author={G. Bacigalupe and Sabrina F. Askari},
  journal={Families, systems & health : the journal of collaborative family healthcare},
  year={2013},
  volume={31 3},
  pages={
          248-63
        }
}
E-Health alters how health care clinicians, institutions, patients, caregivers, families, advocates, and researchers collaborate. Few guidelines exist to evaluate the impact of social technologies on furthering family health and even less on their capacity to ameliorate health disparities. Health social media tools that help develop, sustain, and strengthen the collaborative health agenda may prove useful to ameliorate health care inequities; the linkage should not, however, be taken for… Expand
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