Published on in Vol 21, No 12 (2019): December

Identifying and Overcoming Policy-Level Barriers to the Implementation of Digital Health Innovation: Qualitative Study

Identifying and Overcoming Policy-Level Barriers to the Implementation of Digital Health Innovation: Qualitative Study

Identifying and Overcoming Policy-Level Barriers to the Implementation of Digital Health Innovation: Qualitative Study

Journals

  1. Shcherbakova N, Desselle S. Looking Back at US Pharmacy’s Past to Help Discern Its Future. Annals of Pharmacotherapy 2020;54(9):907 View
  2. Laukka E, Huhtakangas M, Heponiemi T, Kanste O. Identifying the Roles of Healthcare Leaders in HIT Implementation: A Scoping Review of the Quantitative and Qualitative Evidence. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 2020;17(8):2865 View
  3. Szczepura A, Holliday N, Neville C, Johnson K, Khan A, Oxford S, Nduka C. Raising the Digital Profile of Facial Palsy: National Surveys of Patients’ and Clinicians’ Experiences of Changing UK Treatment Pathways and Views on the Future Role of Digital Technology. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2020;22(10):e20406 View
  4. Gleiss A, Lewandowski S. Removing barriers for digital health through organizing ambidexterity in hospitals. Journal of Public Health 2021 View
  5. Esdar M, Hübner U, Thye J, Babitsch B, Liebe J. The Effect of Innovation Capabilities of Health Care Organizations on the Quality of Health Information Technology: Model Development With Cross-sectional Data. JMIR Medical Informatics 2021;9(3):e23306 View
  6. Valenta S, Harvey J, Sederstrom E, Glanville M, Walsh T, Ford D. Enterprise Adoption of Telehealth: An Academic Medical Center's Experience Utilizing the Telehealth Service Implementation Model. Telemedicine Reports 2021;2(1):163 View
  7. Saka A, Ferenbok J. Improving the Uptake of Transcatheter Aortic Valve Replacement in Ontario. Cureus 2021 View