Handbook of eHealth Evaluation: An Evidence-based Approach

October 31, 2017 | Updated: May 9, 2019
Author: Edited by Francis Lau, Craig Kuziemsky

This handbook presents the science and practice of eHealth evaluation based on empirical evidence gathered over many years within the health informatics discipline. The handbook describes different approaches used to evaluate the planning, design, implementation, use and impact of eHealth systems in different health settings. It also provides a snapshot of the current state of knowledge on the consequences of opting for eHealth systems with respect to their effects and implications on provider performance and health outcomes.

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Health and Medical, Health/Medical Technology

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