Table 22Studies addressing the effect of health IT applications on intermediate outcomes*

Type of Health Information Technology ApplicationN (Specific Reference)
Care Management Tools
Clinical decision aids1627 33 36 53 60 90 215 216 218 220 223 226 282 297299 301 318320
IT-guided self-management1663 66 85 198 199 202 204 222 229 232 233 238 254 259 288 292 294 304 321
IT-guided disease management1426 37 56 89 96 108 202 203 216 231 278 288 301 303 322
Computer-assisted self-care1257 66 89 115 231 234 245 277 288 307 322324
Electronic medical records460 108 302 325 326
Care coordination tools1327
Telehealth
Telemonitoring systems1828 57 121 183 203 209 248 266 270 289 306 323 328335
Personal Health Record and Patient Portal Related Applications
Education via information technology952 56 63 85 209 245 281 296 304 305 336
Interactive lifestyle counseling7199 232 234 290 293295 307 337
mHealth626 47 61 256 288 327
Patient portals385 209 318 325
PHR3 237 256 302
Secure Electronic Messaging
Communication via e-mail827 32 52 56 85 236 323 325
Information exchange626 35 52 56 85 107
Social networking/peer-to-peer sites1 338
Shared Decisionmaking
Shared decisionmaking tools633 47 107 215 246 296 297 339

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

*

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

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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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