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Mobile Information Systems Usage and Doctor-Patient Relationships: An Empirical Study in China

Xin Zhang, Liang Ma, Yanbo Ma, Xiao Yang
2021 Mobile Information Systems  
The application of information technology to create an "Internet + medical care" platform has upended the traditional medical service model in China.  ...  Patients' perceptions of transparency, trust in the hospitals and doctors, and feelings of satisfaction played a partial mediator role between the availability of an online appointment system and better  ...  Introduction In recent years, there have been many problems with the doctor-patient relationship in China. e number and severity of doctor-patient conflicts, disputes, and disturbances have been increasing  ... 
doi:10.1155/2021/6684448 doaj:4c1ce8a7fd5d46439275aba9d717342d fatcat:gvjdbmzpjjgmxa52wmhn3mxm64

The Antecedents of Poor Doctor-Patient Relationship in Mobile Consultation: A Perspective from Computer-Mediated Communication

Mengling Yan, Hongying Tan, Luxue Jia, Umair Akram
2020 International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health  
This study aims to understand the underlying reasons for poor doctor-patient relationships (DPR).  ...  This work reveals that characteristics of mobile technologies pose potential challenges on both doctors' and patients' information providing, informative interpreting, and relationship maintaining behaviors  ...  The funders had no role in the design of the study; in the collection, analyses, or interpretation of data; in the writing of the manuscript, or in the decision to publish the results.  ... 
doi:10.3390/ijerph17072579 pmid:32283741 pmcid:PMC7178203 fatcat:kw5ucz63yndazapp5fsyu44ply

Investigating the Relationships Between Public Health Literacy and Public Trust in Physicians in China's Control of COVID-19: A Cross-Sectional Study

Dongjin Chen, Qian Zhou, Cornelius B. Pratt, Zhenhua Su, Zheng Gu
2021 Frontiers in Public Health  
This study investigates HL as a predictor of public trust in physicians in China's ongoing efforts to control COVID-19.Methods: Data were gathered in February 2020 during the peak of the disease in China  ...  Objective: Public trust in physicians and public health literacy (HL) are important factors that ensure the effectiveness of health-care delivery, particularly that provided during the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic  ...  Studies find empirical support for agency theory in normal times (38), and our study demonstrates its validity in a global pandemic, an unusual period.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fpubh.2021.758529 pmid:34778189 pmcid:PMC8584494 fatcat:jyfyvbnlazc6rjq32bcqedx3d4

Relationship Management [chapter]

2015 Lessons in IT Transformation  
The purposes of this study were to explore how public relations professionals in multinational corporations (MNCs) in China practice government affairs activities at different levels of Chinese government  ...  My data suggested that with China's socialist market economy and authoritarian political system, MNCs must interact with the government to strategically manage opportunities and threats in their environments  ...  As the president of the mobile oil MNC said : One of the characteristics of doing business in China is being patient because many Chinese regulations are not "company-friendly" at all, especially the procedures  ... 
doi:10.1002/9781119202318.ch5 fatcat:ibam5ksnojcqzmpuvrcmkgdry4

Understanding the Role of Mobile Internet-Based Health Services on Patient Satisfaction and Word-of-Mouth

Dongxiao Gu, Xuejie Yang, Xingguo Li, Hemant Jain, Changyong Liang
2018 International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health  
Based on post-adoption behavior and Expectation Confirmation Model of Information Technology Continuance (ECM-IT), this study conducted an empirical study through data collection from users (patients)  ...  in an online to offline format.  ...  Acknowledgments: This research is partially supported in the collection, analysis and interpretation of data by the National Natural Science Foundation of China under Grant Nos. 71331002, 71771075, 71771077  ... 
doi:10.3390/ijerph15091972 pmid:30201921 pmcid:PMC6164192 fatcat:cu4y2i2yffb4bokqjwu7iuu744

Patients' Acceptance of Smartphone Health Technology for Chronic Disease Management: A Theoretical Model and Empirical Test

Kaili Dou, Ping Yu, Ning Deng, Fang Liu, YingPing Guan, Zhenye Li, Yumeng Ji, Ningkai Du, Xudong Lu, Huilong Duan
2017 JMIR mHealth and uHealth  
Chronic disease patients often face multiple challenges from difficult comorbidities.  ...  Smartphone health technology can be used to help them manage their conditions only if they accept and use the technology.  ...  Patient-doctor relationship is an important factor affecting patients' e-health system adoption intention [35] .  ... 
doi:10.2196/mhealth.7886 pmid:29212629 pmcid:PMC5738544 fatcat:guv6kiq44nbuzihkhwumjj2ige

Relationship Between Perceived Risks of Using mHealth Applications and the Intention to Use Them Among Older Adults in the Netherlands: Cross-sectional Study

Nicky Sabine Klaver, Joris van de Klundert, Roy Johannes Gerardus Maria van den Broek, Marjan Askari
2021 JMIR mHealth and uHealth  
In addition to previously studied technology acceptance factors, those related to perceived risks of mHealth use (eg, leakage of sensitive information or receiving incorrect health recommendations) may  ...  We designed a cross-sectional study wherein a questionnaire was used to collect data from participants aged 65 years and older in the Netherlands.  ...  Acknowledgments The authors would like to thank all the experts and older adults (participants) who helped us validate our questionnaire, as well as the participants and data assistants.  ... 
doi:10.2196/26845 pmid:34459745 pmcid:PMC8438611 fatcat:7pnjb5k6dzedjlnwbun5uogxbm

Does Internet Use Aggravate Public Distrust of Doctors? Evidence from China

Lingpeng Meng, Xiang Yu, Chuanfeng Han, Pihui Liu
2022 Sustainability  
The objective of this study is to explore the relationship between internet use and residents' trust in doctors using data from the China Family Panel Studies for 2018.  ...  The internet has exacerbated the spillover of medical information, and changes in the quantity, quality, and scope of information supply also affect public trust in doctors, which is of great significance  ...  Informed Consent Statement: Not applicable. Data Availability Statement: Not applicable. Conflicts of Interest: The authors declare no conflict of interest.  ... 
doi:10.3390/su14073959 fatcat:ayb2akn7oraehjkidjtp5mseeq

Exploring the Impact of the Rational Antibiotic Use System on Hospital Performance: The Direct Effect and the Spillover Effect

Shanshan Guo, Wenchao Du, Shuqing Chen, Xitong Guo, Xiaofeng Ju
2019 International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health  
The RAUS provides doctors and patients with the functions of antibiotic usage monitoring, antibiotic information consultation and antibiotic prescription support.  ...  Irrational antibiotic usage not only causes an increase in antibiotic-borne diseases, but also inflicts pain on patients, as a result of inappropriate treatment.  ...  In addition, at the organizational level, our study proposes that, through improving doctor-patient relationships and improving medical efficiency in the long term, the RAUS can attract more revenue to  ... 
doi:10.3390/ijerph16183463 pmid:31540354 pmcid:PMC6766021 fatcat:onmvjruh6fbfrkxqytxqa7mfim

Investigating Factors Impelling the Adoption of e-Health: A Perspective of African Expats in China

Imran Khan, Guo Xitong, Zeesha Ahmad, Fakhar Shahzad
2019 SAGE Open  
The purpose of the study was to analyze the factors affecting the acceptance and adoption of e-Health applications among African expats in China from the patient's perspective.  ...  The results of the current research provide the foundation for the development of policies and strategies for the enhancement of e-Health services to African expats in China.  ...  Ken Margel and valuable suggestions and comments from colleagues (Dr Adeel Luqman, Dr Muhammad Abdullah, Dr Han Dongping, Dr Sohail, Akhtar Wahab, Umar Ajmal, and Tanawar Khan).  ... 
doi:10.1177/2158244019865803 fatcat:dp6lq5dxg5dz7dukayyg7rtede

Understanding the Adoption of Smart Wearable Devices to Assist Healthcare in China [chapter]

Shang Gao, Xuemei Zhang, Shunqin Peng
2016 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
This study aims to investigate the adoption of smart wearable devices to assist healthcare in China.  ...  With the development and advancement of information communication technology, smart wearable devices are playing a more and more important role in peoples' daily lives.  ...  An empirical study In this empirical test, our research model was examined through the use of SWD in China.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-45234-0_26 fatcat:pvj55jjwvbh3zi6puh2u2tllnm

A mixed methods systematic review of the effects of patient online self-diagnosing in the 'smart-phone society' on the healthcare professional-patient relationship and medical authority

Annabel Farnood, Bridget Johnston, Frances S. Mair
2020 BMC Medical Informatics and Decision Making  
Patients tended to present information to the healthcare professional to support the therapeutic relationship rather than to challenge it and to become more involved in the decision-making process of their  ...  seeking and how this can impact the patient-healthcare professional relationship.  ...  The patient-HCP relationship has been known to influence health outcomes and can improve the patient experience in the healthcare system [12, 13] , hence efforts to understand whether and how this relationship  ... 
doi:10.1186/s12911-020-01243-6 pmid:33023577 fatcat:pzwy36exkzbgfktasha62aycpm

Explore How Online Healthcare Can Influence Willingness to Seek Offline Care

Chensang Ye, Cong Cao, Jinjing Yang, Xiuyan Shao
2022 International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health  
Through a partial least squares-structural equation modelling analysis of 283 valid samples, this study found that online doctorpatient interactions and service quality positively impact user perception  ...  However, there have been some poor service levels and low quality. The frequency of such problems has led to a decline in patient satisfaction.  ...  A new mobile health system has also been studied in Brazil to improve home healthcare and patient treatment [8] .  ... 
doi:10.3390/ijerph19137925 pmid:35805579 pmcid:PMC9265923 fatcat:evidedjjd5epbegatmmj53aggu

Afterword: Reflections on a Decade of mHealth Innovation in Asia [chapter]

Arul Chib
2017 Mobile Communication in Asia: Local Insights, Global Implications  
In the past decade, there has been a spate of review studies in mHealth (  ...  The role of mobile phones in healthcare improvement in Asia, particularly in resource-constrained contexts, is a significant topic, and there has long been a need for quality research to develop the field  ...  This case study is similar to that of barefoot doctors at the margins of the healthcare system in China (Chib, Si, Hway, & Phuong, 2013) , who utilized mobile phones to negotiate professional relationships  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-94-024-1251-2_8 fatcat:6sdgwreakngxxee5cp6nwfu4wm

Examining User's Initial Trust Building in Mobile Online Health Community Adopting

Yuanyuan Cao, Jiantong Zhang, Liang Ma, Xinghong Qin, Junjun Li
2020 International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health  
Both performance-based cue (doctors' information quality and interaction quality) and transfer-based cue (trust in the offline doctors' health service) positively shaped the initial trust in doctor.  ...  However, interpersonal recommend is insignificantly related to the initial trust in doctor. Trust in the mobile internet service is insignificantly related to the initial trust in MOHC platform.  ...  In order to explore these research questions, an empirical study was conducted in China.  ... 
doi:10.3390/ijerph17113945 pmid:32498381 fatcat:z3zbm2jq7fhz7cgdlealtkpzlq
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