Published on in Vol 24, No 4 (2022): April

Preprints (earlier versions) of this paper are available at https://preprints.jmir.org/preprint/30898, first published .
Social Networking Service, Patient-Generated Health Data, and Population Health Informatics: National Cross-sectional Study of Patterns and Implications of Leveraging Digital Technologies to Support Mental Health and Well-being

Social Networking Service, Patient-Generated Health Data, and Population Health Informatics: National Cross-sectional Study of Patterns and Implications of Leveraging Digital Technologies to Support Mental Health and Well-being

Social Networking Service, Patient-Generated Health Data, and Population Health Informatics: National Cross-sectional Study of Patterns and Implications of Leveraging Digital Technologies to Support Mental Health and Well-being

Authors of this article:

Jiancheng Ye 1 Author Orcid Image ;   Zidan Wang 2 Author Orcid Image ;   Jiarui Hai 3 Author Orcid Image

Journals

  1. Ye J, Ren Z. Examining the impact of sex differences and the COVID-19 pandemic on health and health care: findings from a national cross-sectional study. JAMIA Open 2022;5(3) View
  2. Ye J, Woods D, Bannon J, Bilaver L, Kricke G, McHugh M, Kho A, Walunas T. Identifying Contextual Factors and Strategies for Practice Facilitation in Primary Care Quality Improvement Using an Informatics-Driven Model: Framework Development and Mixed Methods Case Study. JMIR Human Factors 2022;9(2):e32174 View
  3. Kim J, Linos E, Dove M, Hoch J, Keegan T. Impact of COVID-19, cancer survivorship and patient-provider communication on mental health in the US Difference-In-Difference. npj Mental Health Research 2023;2(1) View
  4. Ye J, He L, Beestrum M. Implications for implementation and adoption of telehealth in developing countries: a systematic review of China’s practices and experiences. npj Digital Medicine 2023;6(1) View
  5. Ye J. Patient Safety of Perioperative Medication Through the Lens of Digital Health and Artificial Intelligence. JMIR Perioperative Medicine 2023;6:e34453 View
  6. Grimm M, Link E, Albrecht M, Czerwinski F, Baumann E, Suhr R. Exploring Functions and Predictors of Digital Health Engagement Among German Internet Users: Survey Study. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2023;25:e44024 View
  7. Hanebutt R, Mohyuddin H. The Digital Domain. Primary Care: Clinics in Office Practice 2023;50(4):657 View
  8. Ye J, Xiong S, Wang T, Li J, Cheng N, Tian M, Yang Y. The Roles of Electronic Health Records for Clinical Trials in Low- and Middle-Income Countries: Scoping Review. JMIR Medical Informatics 2023;11:e47052 View
  9. Ye J, Hai J, Wang Z, Wei C, Song J. Leveraging natural language processing and geospatial time series model to analyze COVID-19 vaccination sentiment dynamics on Tweets. JAMIA Open 2023;6(2) View
  10. Ye J, Sanuade O, Hirschhorn L, Walunas T, Smith J, Birkett M, Baldridge A, Ojji D, Huffman M. Interventions and contextual factors to improve retention in care for patients with hypertension in primary care: Hermeneutic systematic review. Preventive Medicine 2024;180:107880 View