Table 14Studies addressing the effect of health IT applications on clinical outcomes

Type of Health IT ApplicationN (Specific References)
Care Management Tools
Clinical decision aids2321 23 27 29 34 36 50 55 5860 100 104 105 111 112 119 218 220 221 223 226 244
IT-guided disease management1926 50 56 119 247 29 37 54 58 59 89 108 202 203 227 228 96 225 231
IT-guided self-management14198 199 204 253 63 202 222 225 228 232 233 235 238 254 229
Computer-assisted self-care1123 57 207 228 89 213 225 230 231 234 245
Electronic medical records1030 60 112 247 255 43 54 104 108 220
Computerized provider order entry3241243
Disease registry1 23
Electronic prescribing1 243
Telehealth
Telemonitoring systems1830 40 43 45 56 57 61 204206 208 212 217 222 228 240 241 256
Personal Health Record and Patient Portal Related Applications
Education via information technology630 34 56 235 245 46 63
mHealth726 206 244 256 59 61 47
Interactive lifestyle counseling6199 224 234 235 230 232
Personal health records4 206 237 247 256
Secure Electronic Messaging
Social networking/peer-to-peer sites1528 57 62 88 117 118 201 207 208 248 257 200 203 225 240.
Communication via e-mail1027 30 32 56 247 48 104 217 235 236
Information exchange5159 166 210 83 219

E-mail: Electronic Mail, IT: Information Technology, mHealth: Mobile Health

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Table includes all of the studies that were included in the evidence tables, not just the studies of frequently studied conditions that were highlighted in the text.

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Enabling Patient-Centered Care Through Health Information Technology.
Evidence Reports/Technology Assessments, No. 206.
Finkelstein J, Knight A, Marinopoulos S, et al.

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