Table 15Studies addressing the effect of health IT applications on clinical outcomes, broken down by specific components of PCC

Component of PCCN (Specific References)
Coordination and Integration of Care
Quality improvement3921 57 59 62 63 70 72 74 77 80 89 108 112 117 141 161 183 199201 205 208 212 222 223 227 230 234236 239 240 242 243 248 249 253 258260
Quality and safety2227 45 46 88 89 96 201203 217 224 229 230 232 233 240 244247 254 257 258
Integrated care1730 48 55 59 100 108 202 203 207 208 212 217 223 224 231 234 244 253 261
Prevention and health promotion956 105 117 199 206 207 236 255 262 231
Routine patient feedback to the practice640 46 47 63 111 221 227
Transition and continuity of care5119 235 236 240 253
Whole-Person Orientation
Alleviation of fear and anxiety826 30 50 55 57 58 225 228
Respecting patients values, preferences and needs523 243 247 47 225
Emotional component347 228 237
Exploring the disease and illness condition2111 228
Physical comfort1117
Enhanced Clinician-Patient Relationship
Patient engagement in their care3776 83 84 86 130 135 140 146 150 153155 159 167 173 180 189 191 210 211 214 219 251 252 263276
Patient empowerment1423 29 40 50 55 56 5860 112 204 225 229 255
Finding common ground1 23
Clinical Information Systems
Publicly available information on practices1 26
Practice-based learning1 242
Socio-Cultural Competence
Community outreach3 28 212 245
Family and friend involvement in care259 119

IT: Information Technology, PCC: Patient-Centered Care

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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.

From: Results

Cover of Enabling Patient-Centered Care Through Health Information Technology
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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