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Making the Case for Leveraging the Patient-Centered E-Health (PCEH) Context to Expand Information Systems Theory

Aaron Baird
2014 Communications of the Association for Information Systems  
INTRODUCTION Patient-centered e-health (PCEH) is defined as the delivery of empowering patient-centric health services to those who want to take an active role in their own care [Wilson, 2009] .  ...  Making the Case for Expanding PCEH Research Many PCEH correlation-based and causal questions remain unanswered (or incompletely answered) when considering the use of PCEH to achieve mutually beneficial  ... 
doi:10.17705/1cais.03418 fatcat:dvn44cegqjhzdph3gzwehryexe

Editors' Introduction to the Special Section on Patient-centered e-Health: Research Opportunities and Challenges

E. Vance Wilson, Diane M. Strong
2014 Communications of the Association for Information Systems  
We initiated the CAIS Special Section on Patient-Centered e-Health (PCEH) to provide support for the PCEH discipline, which has recently emerged to meet the practical need of supporting patients in managing  ...  INTRODUCTION Patient-Centered e-Health (PCEH) is an emerging research discipline that holds many opportunities for information systems (IS) researchers, as well as a number of challenges.  ...  Baird [2014] , "Making the Case for Leveraging the Patient-centered e-Health (PCEH) Context to Expand Information Systems Theory," argues for treating PCEH users as stakeholders and decision makers rather  ... 
doi:10.17705/1cais.03415 fatcat:mygbhcyk6jdqxl75eenmdqr4wm