Published on in Vol 25 (2023)

Preprints (earlier versions) of this paper are available at https://preprints.jmir.org/preprint/44981, first published .
The Impact of Accelerated Digitization on Patient Portal Use by Underprivileged Racial Minority Groups During COVID-19: Longitudinal Study

The Impact of Accelerated Digitization on Patient Portal Use by Underprivileged Racial Minority Groups During COVID-19: Longitudinal Study

The Impact of Accelerated Digitization on Patient Portal Use by Underprivileged Racial Minority Groups During COVID-19: Longitudinal Study

Authors of this article:

Feng Mai1 Author Orcid Image ;   Dong-Gil Ko2 Author Orcid Image ;   Zhe Shan3 Author Orcid Image ;   Dawei Zhang4 Author Orcid Image

Journals

  1. Johnson K, Ibrahim S, Rosenbloom S. Ensuring Equitable Access to Patient Portals—Closing the “Techquity” Gap. JAMA Health Forum 2023;4(11):e233406 View
  2. Adepoju O, Dang P, Jacobs W, Baiden P. Long Way to Go: Attitudes, Knowledge, and Perception of Artificial Intelligence in Health Care, Among a Racially Diverse, Lower Income Population in Houston, New York, and Los Angeles. Population Health Management 2024;27(1):90 View
  3. Yoon E, Hur S, Opsasnick L, Huang W, Batio S, Curtis L, Benavente J, Lewis-Thames M, Liebovitz D, Wolf M, Serper M. Disparities in Patient Portal Use Among Adults With Chronic Conditions. JAMA Network Open 2024;7(2):e240680 View
  4. Koku E, Johnson-Yengbeh N, Muhr A. Addressing COVID-19 Vaccine Hesitancy and Uptake Among African Immigrants: Lessons from a Community-Based Outreach Program. Journal of Racial and Ethnic Health Disparities 2024 View