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AbstractWhile mobile health (mHealth) apps play an increasingly important role in digitalized health care, little is known regarding the effects of specific mHealth app features on user satisfaction across different healthcare system contexts. Using personal health record (PHR) apps as an example, this study identifies how potential users in Germany and Denmark evaluate a set of 26 app features, and whether evaluation differences can be explained by the differences in four pertinent userdoi:10.1007/s12525-020-00455-y pmid:35602116 pmcid:PMC7987738 fatcat:tjlcahrrbrhjhdb43f4zymhaqy