Published on in Vol 22, No 6 (2020): June

Preprints (earlier versions) of this paper are available at https://preprints.jmir.org/preprint/17457, first published .
Medical Mobile App Classification Using the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence Evidence Standards Framework for Digital Health Technologies: Interrater Reliability Study

Medical Mobile App Classification Using the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence Evidence Standards Framework for Digital Health Technologies: Interrater Reliability Study

Medical Mobile App Classification Using the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence Evidence Standards Framework for Digital Health Technologies: Interrater Reliability Study

Journals

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  2. Mastella G, Darstein L, Raufhake C, Schneider V, Corletto A, Buiatti A, Müller A, Schuessler-Hahn F, Gondert M, Gerdes H, Martens E. Offshore telemedicine emergency service: a 1-year experience. Journal of Public Health 2022;30(1):5 View
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  4. Andersson S, Richardson M, Cozza M, Lindén M, Redekop K. Addressing evidence in health and welfare technology interventions from different perspectives. Health Policy and Technology 2021;10(2):100519 View
  5. Ehn M, Richardson M, Landerdahl Stridsberg S, Redekop K, Wamala-Andersson S. Mobile Safety Alarms Based on GPS Technology in the Care of Older Adults: Systematic Review of Evidence Based on a General Evidence Framework for Digital Health Technologies. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2021;23(10):e27267 View
  6. Wienert J, Jahnel T, Maaß L. What are Digital Public Health Interventions? First Steps Toward a Definition and an Intervention Classification Framework. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2022;24(6):e31921 View
  7. Knapp A, Harst L, Hager S, Schmitt J, Scheibe M. Use of Patient-Reported Outcome Measures and Patient-Reported Experience Measures Within Evaluation Studies of Telemedicine Applications: Systematic Review. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2021;23(11):e30042 View
  8. Tarricone R, Petracca F, Cucciniello M, Ciani O. Recommendations for developing a lifecycle, multidimensional assessment framework for mobile medical apps. Health Economics 2022;31(S1):73 View
  9. Portelli P, Bogolyubova O, Tristan Lopez B, Sainz-Maza A. A Quality Review of Smart-Phone Applications for Smoking Cessation. Journal of Consumer Health on the Internet 2022;26(1):64 View
  10. Uncovska M, Freitag B, Meister S, Fehring L. Rating analysis and BERTopic modeling of consumer versus regulated mHealth app reviews in Germany. npj Digital Medicine 2023;6(1) View
  11. Chen B, Lien H, Yang S, Wu S, Chiang H, Lin L. Impact of Mobile Apps in Conjunction With Percutaneous Endoscopic Gastrostomy on Patients' Complications, Quality of Life, and Health-Related Self-Care Behaviors: Randomized Clinical Trial. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2023;11:e48970 View
  12. Grannell A, Hallson H, Gunlaugsson B, Jonsson H. Exercise therapy as a digital therapeutic for chronic disease management: consideration for clinical product development. Frontiers in Digital Health 2023;5 View
  13. Gooch H, Jarvis K, Stockley R. Are Behaviour Change Approaches Incorporated Within Digital Technology-Based Physical Rehabilitation Interventions Following Stroke? A Scoping Review (Preprint). Journal of Medical Internet Research 2023 View