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Published on 02.08.13 in Vol 15, No 8 (2013): August

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Works citing "Understanding Determinants of Consumer Mobile Health Usage Intentions, Assimilation, and Channel Preferences"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/jmir.2635):

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  1. Sage A, Blalock SJ, Carpenter D. Extending FDA guidance to include consumer medication information (CMI) delivery on mobile devices. Research in Social and Administrative Pharmacy 2017;13(1):209
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  3. Kelley MS, Su D, Britigan DH. Disparities in Health Information Access: Results of a County-Wide Survey and Implications for Health Communication. Health Communication 2016;31(5):575
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  4. Zapata BC, Fernández-Alemán JL, Idri A, Toval A. Empirical Studies on Usability of mHealth Apps: A Systematic Literature Review. Journal of Medical Systems 2015;39(2)
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  5. Rho MJ, Yoon KH, Kim H, Choi IY. Users’ perception on telemedicine service: a comparative study of public healthcare and private healthcare. Multimedia Tools and Applications 2015;74(7):2483
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  6. Schuster L, Drennan J, Lings I. Understanding consumers’ decisions to adopt technology-enabled transformative services. The Service Industries Journal 2015;35(15-16):846
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  7. Diamantidis CJ, Becker S. Health information technology (IT) to improve the care of patients with chronic kidney disease (CKD). BMC Nephrology 2014;15(1)
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  8. Baird A, Nowak S. Why primary care practices should become digital health information hubs for their patients. BMC Family Practice 2014;15(1)
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  9. Baird A, Raghu TS, North F, Edwards F. When traditionally inseparable services are separated by technology: the case of patient portal features offered by primary care providers. Health Systems 2014;3(2):143
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  10. O'Sullivan D, Fraccaro P, Carson E, Weller P. Decision time for clinical decision support systems. Clinical Medicine 2014;14(4):338
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  11. Brandt R, Rice R. Building a better PHR paradigm: Lessons from the discontinuation of Google Health™. Health Policy and Technology 2014;3(3):200
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  12. Abebe NA, Capozza KL, Des Jardins TR, Kulick DA, Rein AL, Schachter AA, Turske SA. Considerations for Community-Based mHealth Initiatives: Insights From Three Beacon Communities. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2013;15(10):e221
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  13. Martínez-Pérez B, de la Torre-Díez I, Candelas-Plasencia S, López-Coronado M. Development and Evaluation of Tools for Measuring the Quality of Experience (QoE) in mHealth Applications. Journal of Medical Systems 2013;37(5)
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  14. Nielsen JA, Mathiassen L. Interpretive Flexibility in Mobile Health: Lessons From a Government-Sponsored Home Care Program. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2013;15(10):e236
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According to Crossref, the following books are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/jmir.2635)

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  1. Seçkin G. Emotions, Technology, and Health. 2016. :41
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  2. M-Health: Fundamentals and Applications. 2016. :189
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  3. Seçkin G, Kahana E. Encyclopedia of Mobile Phone Behavior. 2015. chapter 73:898
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