Does Health-IT Improve People Centered Care?

Pernille Bertelsen, Lone Stub Petersen, Christian Nøhr

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Abstract

Patient involvement can be supported in many ways, some of these through health IT (HIT). Health care practice is changing with digitalization and technologies that patients can use to generate data outside the formal health facilities are growing. Inequality affect citizens ability to participate. There is a need to be mindful of the perceptions and the willingness of citizens and the health care professionals to meet this change. Selected data from two Danish surveys, highlight the citizens and health care professional's perspective on health IT. From the analysis emerge central considerations on what to be aware of in the future development of HIT.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationDigital Personalized Health and Medicine : Proceedings of MIE 2020
EditorsLouise B. Pape-Haugaard, Christian Lovis, Inge Cort Madsen, Patrick Weber, Per Hostrup Nielsen, Philip Scott
Volume270
Place of PublicationAmsterdam
PublisherIOS Press
Publication date16. Jun 2020
Pages956-960
ISBN (Print)978-1-64368-082-8
ISBN (Electronic)9781643680828
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 16. Jun 2020
Event30th Medical Informatics Europe conference - Geneva, Geneva, Switzerland
Duration: 28. Apr 20201. May 2020
Conference number: 30

Conference

Conference30th Medical Informatics Europe conference
Number30
LocationGeneva
Country/TerritorySwitzerland
CityGeneva
Period28/04/202001/05/2020
SeriesStudies in Health Technology and Informatics
ISSN0926-9630

Bibliographical note

Conference cancelled due to Corona

Keywords

  • Citizens
  • Clinicians
  • EHealth
  • Equality
  • Survey

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