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Published on 12.05.16 in Vol 18, No 5 (2016): May

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Works citing "Exploring Concordance of Patient-Reported Information on PatientsLikeMe and Medical Claims Data at the Patient Level"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/jmir.5130):

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  1. Yu H, Chen J, Wang J, Chiu Y, Qiu H, Wang L. Identification of the Differential Effect of City-Level on the Gini Coefficient of Health Service Delivery in Online Health Community. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 2019;16(13):2314
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  2. Murage MJ, Anderson A, Casso D, Oliveria SA, Ojeh CK, Muram TM, Merola JF, Zbrozek A, Araujo AB. Treatment patterns, adherence, and persistence among psoriasis patients treated with biologics in a real-world setting, overall and by disease severity. Journal of Dermatological Treatment 2019;30(2):141
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  3. Wicks P, McCaffrey S, Goodwin K, Black R, Hoole M, Heywood J. A Modular Health-Related Quality of Life Instrument for Electronic Assessment and Treatment Monitoring: Web-Based Development and Psychometric Validation of Core Thrive Items. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2019;21(1):e12075
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  4. Krishnamurthy M, Marcinek P, Malik KM, Afzal M. Representing Social Network Patient Data as Evidence-Based Knowledge to Support Decision Making in Disease Progression for Comorbidities. IEEE Access 2018;6:12951
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  5. Murage MJ, Anderson A, Oliveria SA, Casso D, Ojeh CK, Muram TM, Merola JF, Araujo AB. Healthcare resource utilization and costs among psoriasis patients treated with biologics, overall and by disease severity. Journal of Medical Economics 2018;21(8):745
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  6. Blaser DA, Eaneff S, Loudon-Griffiths J, Roberts S, Phan P, Wicks P, Weatherall J. Comparison of rates of nausea side effects for prescription medications from an online patient community versus medication labels: an exploratory analysis. AAPS Open 2017;3(1)
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  7. Eaneff S, Wang V, Hanger M, Levy M, Mealy MA, Brandt AU, Eek D, Ratchford JN, Nyberg F, Goodall J, Wicks P. Patient perspectives on neuromyelitis optica spectrum disorders: Data from the PatientsLikeMe online community. Multiple Sclerosis and Related Disorders 2017;17:116
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  8. Meguerditchian A, Tamblyn R, Meterissian S, Law S, Prchal J, Winslade N, Stern D. Adjuvant Endocrine Therapy in Breast Cancer: A Novel e-Health Approach in Optimizing Treatment for Seniors (OPTIMUM): A Two-Group Controlled Comparison Pilot Study. JMIR Research Protocols 2016;5(4):e199
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  9. Risson V, Ghodge B, Bonzani IC, Korn JR, Medin J, Saraykar T, Sengupta S, Saini D, Olson M. Linked Patient-Reported Outcomes Data From Patients With Multiple Sclerosis Recruited on an Open Internet Platform to Health Care Claims Databases Identifies a Representative Population for Real-Life Data Analysis in Multiple Sclerosis. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2016;18(9):e249
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According to Crossref, the following books are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/jmir.5130)

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  1. Haque R, Nazir A. Drug Design: Principles and Applications. 2017. Chapter 2:9
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