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Development and validation of a progressive web application to educate partial denture wearers.

Jade Yi Ming Ng, Tong Wah Lim, Natasya Tarib, Ting Khee Ho,

Effective delivery of post-insertion instructions is essential for denture care and oral health. This study aimed to develop a progressive web application (PWA) to educate patients' chairside and serve as a reference material. A need analysis was conducted before prototype development. Subsequently, the prototype was subjected to content verification, design ... Read more >>

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Analysis of multiple chronic disease characteristics in South Koreans by age groups using association rules analysis.

Eul Hee Roh,

The prevalence of MCD (multiple chronic disease) is increasing due to increased life expectancies and aging populations. Individual and socioeconomic burdens of MCD are also increasing. To reduce these burdens, it is necessary to establish policies to prevent MCD; therefore, it is important to understand the characteristics of MCD in ... Read more >>

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Hybrid machine learning approach for Arabic medical web page credibility assessment.

Amal Alasmari, Areej Alhothali, Arwa Allinjawi,

For many people, the Internet is their primary source of knowledge in today's modern world. Internet users frequently seek health-related information in order to better understand a health problem, seek guidance, or diagnose symptoms. Unfortunately, most of this information is inaccurate or unreliable, making it difficult for regular users to ... Read more >>

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Development of eClaim system for private indemnity health insurance in South Korea: Compatibility and interoperability.

Sungchul Bae, Byoung-Kee Yi,

South Korea has the mandatory National Health Insurance (NHI) and supplemental Private Indemnity Health Insurance (PIHI). According to the Financial Supervisory Service, the share of the population with PIHI increased to 66% in 2018 due to the financial burden. However, since the traditional PIHI claim workflow is based on the ... Read more >>

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Tracking sentiments toward fat acceptance over a decade on Twitter.

Sadie Bograd, Benjamin Chen, Ramakanth Kavuluru,

The fat acceptance (FA) movement aims to counteract weight stigma and discrimination against individuals who are overweight/obese. We developed a supervised neural network model to classify sentiment toward the FA movement in tweets and identify links between FA sentiment and various Twitter user characteristics. We collected any tweet containing either ... Read more >>

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Automated provision of clinical routine data for a complex clinical follow-up study: A data warehouse solution.

Mathias Kaspar, Georg Fette, Monika Hanke, Maximilian Ertl, Frank Puppe, Stefan Störk,

A deep integration of routine care and research remains challenging in many respects. We aimed to show the feasibility of an automated transformation and transfer process feeding deeply structured data with a high level of granularity collected for a clinical prospective cohort study from our hospital information system to the ... Read more >>

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Digital medicines for adherence support: A conceptual framework and qualitative study of adherence among chronically ill patients.

Anabel F Castillo, Alexander L Davis, Baruch Fischhoff, Tamar Krishnamurti,

Digital medicine programs (DMPs) are emerging technologies that use sensor-enabled medicine to detect when patients have taken their medication and then provide feedback about adherence. We use qualitative methods to understand how patients change their behavioral patterns while participating in a DMP intervention. An influence diagram outlining the factors hypothesized ... Read more >>

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Leaders' support for using online symptom checkers in Finnish primary care: Survey study.

Elina Laukka, Sari Kujala, Kia Gluschkoff, Outi Kanste, Iiris Hörhammer, Tarja Heponiemi,

Online symptom checkers (SCs) are eHealth solutions that offer healthcare organizations the possibility to empower their patients to independently assess their symptoms. The successful implementation of eHealth solutions, such as SCs, requires a supportive organizational culture and leadership. However, there is limited knowledge about the factors associated with leaders' support ... Read more >>

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Trend research of vitamin D receptor: Bibliometric analysis.

Mohamed Abouzid, Anna K Główka, Marta Karaźniewicz-Łada,

Studies on vitamin D receptor (VDR) and its association with multiple disorders are expanding. This bibliometric study aims to find and summarize VDR-related publications, and compare them across various countries, organizations, and journals to demonstrate trends in VDR research. VOSviewer and Excel 2019 were used to classify and summarize Web ... Read more >>

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The smart pill sticker: Introducing a smart pill management system based on touch-point technology.

Garvit Kataria, Kshitij Dhyani, Darsh Patel, Kathiravan Srinivasan, Shwetambara Malwade, Shabbir Syed Abdul,

Older adults tend to suffer from multi-morbidity, requiring complex treatment methodologies demanding poly-pharmacy. The increasing medication usage can tend towards the mismanagement of prescriptions and irregular or faulty administration. Thus, there arises an urgent need for a proper pill management system for these prescribed medicines. To tackle this grave concern, ... Read more >>

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Identifying data elements and key features of a mobile-based self-care application for patients with COVID-19 in Iran.

Heydari Mohammad, Monaghesh Elham, Esmaeil Mehraeen, Vahideh Aghamohammadi, Seyedahmad Seyedalinaghi, Saieed Kalantari, Mehrabi Nahid, Khadije Nasiri,

Mobile Health applications have shown different usages in the COVID-19 pandemic, which consisted of empowering patient's awareness, promoting patient's self-care, and self-monitor behaviors. The purpose of this study is to identify key features and capabilities of a mobile-based application for self-care and self-management of people with COVID-19 disease. This study ... Read more >>

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Is it alright to use artificial intelligence in digital health? A systematic literature review on ethical considerations.

Nicholas Rj Möllmann, Milad Mirbabaie, Stefan Stieglitz,

The application of artificial intelligence (AI) not only yields in advantages for healthcare but raises several ethical questions. Extant research on ethical considerations of AI in digital health is quite sparse and a holistic overview is lacking. A systematic literature review searching across 853 peer-reviewed journals and conferences yielded in ... Read more >>

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Non-use of telemedicine: A scoping review.

Gesine Reinhardt, Peter Eh Schwarz, Lorenz Harst,

Many telemedicine interventions fail to be implemented in medical care with non-use and discontinued use by patients being among the major reasons. The aim of this scoping review was to provide an overview of barriers associated with non-use and discontinued use of telemedicine. An electronic search was conducted in Pubmed ... Read more >>

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A rule-based decision support system for aiding iron deficiency management.

Duygu Çelik Ertuğrul, Önsen Toygar, Neda Foroutan,

Iron is a vital mineral for the proper function of hemoglobin which is also a protein needed to transport oxygen in the blood. The lack of iron in human blood causes a range of serious health problems including "anemia." In this article, the COntAneRS (Clinical ONTology-based Iron Deficiency-ANEmia- Recommendation System) ... Read more >>

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The reception of support in peer-to-peer online networks: Network position, support solicitation, and support provision in an online asthma caregivers group.

Yan Liu, Wensen Huang, Dan Luo,

This study applies social network analysis and quantitative content analysis to messages exchanged within an online support forum of caregivers of children with chronic asthma to examine how peer-to-peer network positions and personal communication styles (seeking and providing support) impact the reception of social support. Content analysis is used to ... Read more >>

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Teams managing civilian and military complex trauma: What are the competencies required in austere environments and the potential of simulation technology to address them?

Natalia Stathakarou, Linda Sonesson, Lars Lundberg, Kenneth D Boffard, Andrzej A Kononowicz, Klas Karlgren,

Surgical training in civilian hospitals may not be sufficient for managing complex trauma in a setting where such care is not commonly practiced. Understanding the challenges that civilian teams face when moving to austere environments can inform the competencies that need to be trained. The aim of this study was ... Read more >>

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Diagnosing post-traumatic stress disorder using electronic medical record data.

Hasan Zafari, Leanne Kosowan, Farhana Zulkernine, Alexander Signer,

This study proposes a predictive model that uses structured data and unstructured narrative notes from Electronic Medical Records to accurately identify patients diagnosed with Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). We utilize data from primary care clinicians participating in the Manitoba Primary Care Research Network (MaPCReN) representing 154,118 patients. A reference sample ... Read more >>

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Too old for technology? Use of wearable healthcare devices by older adults and their willingness to share health data with providers.

Ranganathan Chandrasekaran, Vipanchi Katthula, Evangelos Moustakas,

Wearable healthcare devices offer tremendous promise to effectively track and improve the well-being of older adults. Yet, little is known about the use of wearable devices by older adults. Drawing upon a national survey in US with 1481 older adults, we examine the use of wearable healthcare devices and the ... Read more >>

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A low-resource digital infrastructure to streamline viewing and interpretation of radiographic images: A case study of Uganda's hospital-wide environment.

Edward Ruhuma, Fredrick Edward Makumbi, Josephine Nabukenya,

Picture Archiving and Communication Systems (PACS) are said to improve patient quality of care through timely access to radiological images by clinicians. However, they are costly to be considered for hospital wide environment in low income countries. Ordinary core i3 computer systems (PCs) can provide an affordable and faster alternative ... Read more >>

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Analysis of gait synchrony and balance in neurodevelopmental disorders using computer vision techniques.

Adel Ardalan, Natasha Yamane, Ashwini K Rao, Jacqueline Montes, Sylvie Goldman,

Gait tasks are commonly administered during motor assessments of children with neurodevelopmental disorders (NDDs). Gait analyses are often conducted in laboratory settings using costly and cumbersome experiments. In this paper, we propose a computational pipeline using computer vision techniques as an ecological and precise method to quantify gait in children ... Read more >>

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The associations of information system's support and nurses' documentation competence with the detection of documentation-related errors: Results from a nationwide survey.

Anu-Marja Kaihlanen, Kia Gluschkoff, Kaija Saranto, Ulla-Mari Kinnunen,

The use of information systems and electronic documentation has become a central part of a nurse's work, and it is expected to increase the quality of documentation and patient safety. However, errors related to documentation have been identified as a significant risk for the quality and safety of care. This ... Read more >>

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Expression of concern: A novel optimized initial cluster center and enhanced objective function: Medical diagnosis through classification the journal editor and SAGE publishing hereby issue an expression of concern for the following article.

Alsadoon Abeer,

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An HL7 FHIR and GraphQL approach for interoperability between heterogeneous Electronic Health Record systems.

Suresh Kumar Mukhiya, Yngve Lamo,

Heterogeneities in data representation and care processes create interoperability complexity among Electronic Health Record systems (EHRs). We can resolve such data and process level heterogeneities by following consistent healthcare standards like Clinical Document Architecture (CDA), OpenEHR, and HL7 FHIR. However, these standards also differ at the structural and implementation level, ... Read more >>

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Patient engagement with digital disease management and readmission rates: The case of congestive heart failure.

Rudin Gjeka, Kirit Patel, Chandra Reddy, Nora Zetsche,

Congestive heart failure (CHF) is one of the most common diagnoses in the elderly United States Medicare (⩾ age 65) population. This patient population has a particularly high readmission rate, with one estimate of the 6-month readmission rate topping 40%. The rapid rise of mobile health (mHealth) presents a promising ... Read more >>

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Effect of educational progressive web application on patient's oral and denture knowledge and hygiene: A randomised controlled trial.

Jade Yi Ming Ng, Tong Wah Lim, Natasya Tarib, Ting Khee Ho,

This study aimed to evaluate the effect of a novel progressive web application (PWA) on the patient's oral and denture knowledge and hygiene. Fifty-two removable partial denture wearers were randomised to receive education using the PWA, or verbal instructions accompanied by demonstration of hygienic procedures. Changes in the participants' knowledge ... Read more >>

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