Patient Preference

Evaluation of telephone first approach to demand management in English general practice: observational study.

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Sep 28, 2017

Objective To evaluate a "telephone first" approach, in which all patients wanting to see a general practitioner (GP) are asked to speak to a GP on the phone before being given an appointment for a face to face consultation.Design Time series and cross sectional analysis of routine healt

Patient Preferences for Receiving Reports of Test Results.

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Nov 07, 2015

INTRODUCTION: The general public's preferences for modes of communication (other than in-person communication) for medical test results were investigated.

Mobile phone text message reminders: Measuring preferences of people with antipsychotic medication.

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Oct 01, 2015

UNLABELLED: Mobile technology use, including Short Messaging Service (SMS) text messaging, has increased in health care services. Preferences regarding the type or timing of text messages sent by healthcare providers to people with antipsychotic medication have not yet been fully investigated.

Mobile phone use patterns and preferences in safety net office-based buprenorphine patients.

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May 29, 2015

BACKGROUND: Integrating mobile phone technologies in addiction treatment is of increasing importance and may optimize patient engagement with their care and enhance the delivery of existing treatment strategies.

Telemedicine for postoperative visits at the Minneapolis VA Medical Center. Results of a needs assessment study.

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Mar 16, 2015

The Minneapolis VA Medical Center initiated a telemedicine program in the early 1990s as a way to streamline care and increase convenience for patients and clinicians. In this study, we explored employing telemedicine for postoperative visits for patients in the general surgery clinic.

Technological preferences of aging cancer patients for delivery services and devices to solve drug-related problems in oncology.

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Sep 04, 2014

AIM: To identify the technological preferences of aging cancer patients with regard to the delivery services and devices for preventing/solving three common drug-related problems (DRPs): medication nonadherence, lack of knowledge in medications, and side effects management.

Senior-driven design and development of tablet-based cognitive games.

Publication Date: 
Jun 06, 2013

This paper describes the design and development of a tablet-based gaming platform targeting the senior population, aiming at improving their overall wellbeing by stimulating their cognitive capabilities and promoting social interaction between players.

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