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Use of Tablets and Smartphones to Support Medical Decision Making in US Adults: Cross-Sectional Study

Use of Tablets and Smartphones to Support Medical Decision Making in US Adults: Cross-Sectional Study

IntroductionAs of June 2019, approximately 81% of US adults owned smartphones and nearly 52% of US adults owned tablets according to the Pew Research Center [1].

Aisha Langford, Kerli Orellana, Jolaade Kalinowski, Carolyn Aird, Nancy Buderer

JMIR Mhealth Uhealth 2020;8(8):e19531

Future Mobile Device Usage, Requirements, and Expectations of Physicians in German University Hospitals: Web-Based Survey

Future Mobile Device Usage, Requirements, and Expectations of Physicians in German University Hospitals: Web-Based Survey

responsibility for their own health by actively monitoring their physiological parameters with smartphones, apps, and fitness trackers [7-10].A fundamental component of the operationalization of mHealth is the usage of mobile devices, especially smartphones and tablets

Oliver Maassen, Sebastian Fritsch, Julia Gantner, Saskia Deffge, Julian Kunze, Gernot Marx, Johannes Bickenbach

J Med Internet Res 2020;22(12):e23955

Mobile Electronic Medical Records Promote Workflow: Physicians’ Perspective From a Survey

Mobile Electronic Medical Records Promote Workflow: Physicians’ Perspective From a Survey

In summary, tablets unarguably offer an appealing potential for clinical use.However, until recently there were no studies investigating the impact of tablets with EMRs on the clinical routine within an inpatient setting.

Julian Duhm, Robert Fleischmann, Sein Schmidt, Hagen Hupperts, Stephan A Brandt

JMIR Mhealth Uhealth 2016;4(2):e70

Prescription Tablets in the Digital Age: A Cross-Sectional Study Exploring Patient and Physician Attitudes Toward the Use of Tablets for Clinic-Based Personalized Health Care Information Exchange

Prescription Tablets in the Digital Age: A Cross-Sectional Study Exploring Patient and Physician Attitudes Toward the Use of Tablets for Clinic-Based Personalized Health Care Information Exchange

Currently, there is a paucity of evidence regarding patient and provider perceptions of the benefits and barriers of using tablets in the primary care setting.With this formative study, we sought to explore both patient and provider interest in using tablets

Vishal Patel, Timothy M Hale, Sandeep Palakodeti, Joseph C Kvedar, Kamal Jethwani

JMIR Res Protoc 2015;4(4):e116

Using a Mobile App to Promote Smoking Cessation in Hospitalized Patients

Using a Mobile App to Promote Smoking Cessation in Hospitalized Patients

Multiple studies provided evidence that interactive health education programs can be instrumental in addressing these barriers [15-16].Interactive health education programs delivered as mobile apps by touch screen tablets or smartphones have been demonstrated

Joseph Finkelstein, Eun Me Cha

JMIR Mhealth Uhealth 2016;4(2):e59

The Effectiveness of Near-Field Communication Integrated with a Mobile Electronic Medical Record System: Emergency Department Simulation Study

The Effectiveness of Near-Field Communication Integrated with a Mobile Electronic Medical Record System: Emergency Department Simulation Study

With the emergence of electronic medical records (EMR), mobile EMR systems are receiving increasing attention as mobile devices (ie, mobile phones, tablets), and mobile apps are becoming more common [3,4].

Kwang Yul Jung, Taerim Kim, Jaegon Jung, JeanHyoung Lee, Jong Soo Choi, Kang Mira, Dong Kyung Chang, Won Chul Cha

JMIR Mhealth Uhealth 2018;6(9):e11187

Standardizing Postpartum Discharge Instructions With an Educational Video: A Quality Improvement Project

Standardizing Postpartum Discharge Instructions With an Educational Video: A Quality Improvement Project

Patients were able to indicate understanding or request clarification on the devices after review of the materials, and this was communicated from the tablets to the electronic health record.

Jennifer Hoffman, Lori Burke, Cheryl Kay, Rachel Hlavaty, Jennifer Thompson-Wood, Danyelle O'Dell

iproc 2019;5(1):e15245

A Tablet-Based Interactive Movement Tool for Pediatric Rehabilitation: Development and Preliminary Usability Evaluation

A Tablet-Based Interactive Movement Tool for Pediatric Rehabilitation: Development and Preliminary Usability Evaluation

Therapists can enhance motivation by involving the child in selection of therapeutic tasks that are relevant to his or her interests and goals [11].Interactive digital screens, including hand-held tablets, active video games (AVGs), and fully immersive 3D virtual

Danielle Levac, Helene M Dumas, Waleed Meleis

JMIR Rehabil Assist Technol 2018;5(2):e10307