Is Provider Secure Messaging Associated With Patient Messaging Behavior? Evidence From the US Army

@inproceedings{Wolcott2017IsPS,
  title={Is Provider Secure Messaging Associated With Patient Messaging Behavior? Evidence From the US Army},
  author={Vickee Wolcott and Ritu Agarwal and D Alan Nelson},
  booktitle={Journal of medical Internet research},
  year={2017}
}
BACKGROUND Secure messaging with health care providers offers the promise of improved patient-provider relationships, potentially facilitating outcome improvements. But, will patients use messaging technology in the manner envisioned by policy-makers if their providers do not actively use it? OBJECTIVE We hypothesized that the level and type of secure messaging usage by providers might be associated with messaging initiation by their patients. METHODS The study employed a dataset of health… CONTINUE READING
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