eHealth in Chronic Diseases
Torres-Sanchez, Irene (editor)
Valenza, Marie Carmen (editor)
This book provides a review of the management of chronic diseases (evaluation and treatment) through eHealth. Studies that examine how eHealth can help to prevent, evaluate, or treat chronic diseases and their outcomes are included.
Keywordsrheumatology; chronic disease; digital health; eHealth; telemedicine; remote care; patient perspective; qualitative research; fishbowl discussion; content analysis; systematic review; meta-analysis; telehealth; chronic obstructive pulmonary disease; COPD; type 2 diabetes; pharmacist; glycosylated hemoglobin; medication therapy management; comprehensive medication review; T2DM; blood pressure; hypertension; COVID-19; nurse; coordination; telemonitoring; urban; surgical aortic valve replacement; transcatheter aortic valve replacement; physical function; wearable devices; feasibility; chronic conditions; patient portal; health communication; balance disorders; falls; elderly care; mixed methods; mHealth; Telehealth; usefulness; evaluation; satisfaction; pregnancy; substance-related disorders; randomized controlled trials; smoking; alcohol; cannabis; drug use; internet intervention; digital intervention; adherence; patient reported outcomes; patient reported outcome measures; chronic non-communicable diseases; unified health system; primary health care; Brazil; coronary heart disease (CHD); apps; mobile health; systematic evaluation; remote monitoring; chronic musculoskeletal pain; primary care; blended care; interdisciplinary care; mixed-methods design; electronic health; mobile applications; chronic disease management; patient experience; inflammatory bowel disease; chronic low back pain; virtual reality; videogames; horse simulator riding; rehabilitation; physical therapy; cardiovascular diseases; evaluation methods; caregivers; innovation; research; co-design; interdisciplinary; participatory design; collaboration at distance; chronic pain; healthcare delivery; health-related quality of life; functionality; communication; COPD patients; educational content; supportive interventions; web-based; online community; social support; media use; obesity; suboptimal health status; time trend; China; diabetes mellitus; self-management; blood glucose self-monitoring; medically underserved area; health literacy; disease management
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Publication date and placeBasel, 2022
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