PCHIT links for December 17th:
- Clinical Messaging Is Costly but Worth It, Says Vanderbilt Study ? Digital Healthcare and Productivity – Useful information when doing cost-utility analyses around messaging, perhaps.
- e-patients: Markle Foundation Policy Meeting 2007 – Notes from the meeting. What will be achieved, e-patients asks?
- Exploring Social Contextual Correlates of Computer Ownership and Frequency of Use Among Urban, Low-Income, Public Housing Adult Residents | McNeill | Journal of Medical Internet Research – A respectable 51% owns and 42% of adults in low income public housing uses computers, narrowing the disparity gap. Do they have internet access? Interesting correlates with neighborhood safety.