Tying eHealth Tools to Patient Needs: Exploring the Use of eHealth for Community-Dwelling Patients With Complex Chronic Disease and Disability

@inproceedings{Breton2014TyingET,
  title={Tying eHealth Tools to Patient Needs: Exploring the Use of eHealth for Community-Dwelling Patients With Complex Chronic Disease and Disability},
  author={Mylaine Breton and Daniel Miller and Kerry Kuluski and Cheryl Cott},
  booktitle={JMIR research protocols},
  year={2014}
}
BACKGROUND Health policy makers have recently shifted attention towards examining high users of health care, in particular patients with complex chronic disease and disability (CCDD) characterized as having multimorbidities and care needs that require ongoing use of services. The adoption of eHealth technologies may be a key strategy in supporting and providing care for these patients; however, these technologies need to address the specific needs of patients with CCDD. This paper describes the… CONTINUE READING
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