Patient preferences and access to text messaging for health care reminders in a safety-net setting.

@article{Zallman2017PatientPA,
  title={Patient preferences and access to text messaging for health care reminders in a safety-net setting.},
  author={Leah Zallman and Adriana Bearse and Catherine A West and David H. Bor and Danny McCormick},
  journal={Informatics for health & social care},
  year={2017},
  volume={42 1},
  pages={32-42}
}
INTRODUCTION Text messaging may be an effective method for providing health care reminders to patients. We aimed to understand patient access to and preferences for receiving health-related reminders via text message among patients receiving care in safety-net hospitals. MATERIALS AND METHODS We conducted face-to-face surveys with 793 patients seeking care in three hospital emergency departments at a large safety-net institution and determined clinical and demographic predictors of… CONTINUE READING
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