Using e-health in perioperative care: a survey study investigating shortcomings in current perioperative care and possible future solutions

@inproceedings{Meij2017UsingEI,
  title={Using e-health in perioperative care: a survey study investigating shortcomings in current perioperative care and possible future solutions},
  author={Eva van der Meij and Esther V A Bouwsma and Baukje van den Heuvel and H Jaap Bonjer and Johannes R. Anema and Judith Af Huirne},
  booktitle={BMC surgery},
  year={2017}
}
BACKGROUND An e-health care program has previously shown to have a positive effect on return to work, quality of life and pain in patients who underwent gynaecological surgery. Plausibly, providing the care program to a population undergoing other types of surgery will be beneficial as well. The objectives of this study are to evaluate patients' opinions, needs and preferences regarding the information and guidance supplied to patients during the perioperative period, to investigate whether e… CONTINUE READING
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