Published on in Vol 22, No 11 (2020): November

Preprints (earlier versions) of this paper are available at https://preprints.jmir.org/preprint/18582, first published .
Perspectives of Patients, Health Care Professionals, and Developers Toward Blockchain-Based Health Information Exchange: Qualitative Study

Perspectives of Patients, Health Care Professionals, and Developers Toward Blockchain-Based Health Information Exchange: Qualitative Study

Perspectives of Patients, Health Care Professionals, and Developers Toward Blockchain-Based Health Information Exchange: Qualitative Study

Journals

  1. Esmaeilzadeh P. Identification of barriers affecting the use of health information exchange (HIE) in clinicians' practices: An empirical study in the United States. Technology in Society 2022;70:102007 View
  2. Hermansen A, Regier D, Pollard S. Developing Data Sharing Models for Health Research with Real-World Data: A Scoping Review of Patient and Public Preferences. Journal of Medical Systems 2022;46(12) View
  3. Bae Y, Park Y, Kim T, Ko T, Kim M, Lee E, Kim H, Yoon H. Development and Pilot-Test of Blockchain-Based MyHealthData Platform. Applied Sciences 2021;11(17):8209 View
  4. Esmaeilzadeh P. Benefits and concerns associated with blockchain-based health information exchange (HIE): a qualitative study from physicians' perspectives. BMC Medical Informatics and Decision Making 2022;22(1) View
  5. Bautista J, Usman M, Harrell D, Desai I, Holan C, Cowley C, Alexander J, Hanson L, Meyer E, Khurshid A. Qualitative Study of Participant Impressions as Simulated Patients of MediLinker—A Blockchain-Based Identity Verification Application. ACI Open 2022;06(01):e22 View
  6. Sestino A, Giraldi L, Cedrola E, Zamani S, Guido G. The Business Opportunity of Blockchain Value Creation among the Internet of Value. Global Business Review 2022:097215092211150 View
  7. Braunack-Mayer A, Fabrianesi B, Street J, O'Shaughnessy P, Carter S, Engelen L, Carolan L, Bosward R, Roder D, Sproston K. Sharing Government Health Data With the Private Sector: Community Attitudes Survey. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2021;23(10):e24200 View
  8. Yeung K. The Health Care Sector’s Experience of Blockchain: A Cross-disciplinary Investigation of Its Real Transformative Potential. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2021;23(12):e24109 View
  9. Bazel M, Mohammed F, Ahmad M. A Systematic Review on the Adoption of Blockchain Technology in the Healthcare Industry. EAI Endorsed Transactions on Pervasive Health and Technology 2023;9:e4 View
  10. Lee B, Lee J, Cho Y, Shin Y, Oh C, Park H, Kim H. Visualisation of Information Using Patient Journey Maps for a Mobile Health Application. Applied Sciences 2023;13(10):6067 View
  11. Aldamaeen O, Rashideh W, Obidallah W. Toward Patient-Centric Healthcare Systems: Key Requirements and Framework for Personal Health Records Based on Blockchain Technology. Applied Sciences 2023;13(13):7697 View
  12. Baines R, Stevens S, Austin D, Anil K, Bradwell H, Cooper L, Maramba I, Chatterjee A, Leigh S. Patient and Public Willingness to Share Personal Health Data for Third-Party or Secondary Uses: Systematic Review. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2024;26:e50421 View

Books/Policy Documents

  1. Y. N, Shahid S. Unleashing the Potentials of Blockchain Technology for Healthcare Industries. View