Consumer Informatics and Digital Health : Solutions for Health and Health Care / edited by Margo Edmunds, Christopher Hass, Erin Holve.Material type: TextPublication details: Switzerland : Springer, 2019Edition: 1st ed. 2019Description: xviii, 408 pages ; illustrations : 21 cmISBN: 9783319969060Subject(s): Application software | Health informatics | Public health | Health Informatics | Computer Appl. in Social and Behavioral Sciences | Information Systems Applications (incl. Internet) | Public HealthAdditional physical formats: Print version:: Consumer informatics and digital health : solutions for health and health care; Printed edition:: No title; Printed edition:: No titleDDC classification: 502.85 C755 2019
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includes bibliographical references and index
Promoting Consumer Engagement in Health and Health Care -- Increasing Consumer Engagement Through Social Media, Crowd-sourcing, and Beyond -- The Global Connected Health Ecosystem -- Bridging the Gaps: New Approaches to Address Population Health -- User-Centered Design -- Usability and Utility Testing -- Motivational Design and Persuasive Technology for Consumer Learning -- New Directions and Techniques for "Big Data": The Promises and Risks -- Addressing Information Overload: Knowledge Management to Improve Person-Centered Care -- Content Strategy: Writing for Health Consumers on the Web -- Visualization for Comprehension, Engagement, and Healthcare Improvement -- Consumer-Generated Data and Health Information Exchange -- Engaging Consumers in Culturally Diverse Communities -- Aging in Place -- How Standards and Interoperability Support Consumers -- The Role of HIPAA in Consumer Health Informatics -- Building Consumer Trust Through Information Security -- Using Consent to Improve Informedness -- Consumer Expectations About Privacy -- Back to the Future: Emerging Technology, Social, and Political Trends Affecting Consumer Informatics.
This unique collection synthesizes insights and evidence from innovators in consumer informatics and highlights the technical, behavioral, social, and policy issues driving digital health today and in the foreseeable future. Consumer Informatics and Digital Health presents the fundamentals of mobile health, reviews the evidence for consumer technology as a driver of health behavior change, and examines user experience and real-world technology design challenges and successes. Additionally, it , identifies key considerations for successfully engaging consumers in their own care, considers the ethics of using personal health information in research, and outlines implications for health system redesign. The editors' integrative systems approach heralds a future of technological advances tempered by best practices drawn from today's critical policy goals of patient engagement, community health promotion, and health equity. Here's the inside view of consumer health informatics and key digital fields that students and professionals will find inspiring, informative, and thought-provoking. Included among the topics: - Healthcare social media for consumer informatics. - Understanding usability, accessibility, and human-centered design principles. - Understanding the fundamentals of design for motivation and behavior change - Digital tools for parents: innovations in pediatric urgent care. - Behavioral medicine and informatics in the cancer community. - Content strategy: writing for health consumers on the web. - Open science and the future of data analytics. - Digital approaches to engage consumers in value-based purchasing. Consumer Informatics and Digital Health takes an expansive view of the fields influencing consumer informatics and offers practical case-based guidance for a broad range of audiences, including students, educators, researchers, journalists, and policymakers interested in biomedical informatics, mobile health, information science, and population health. It has as much to offer readers in clinical fields such as medicine, nursing, and psychology as it does to those engaged in digital pursuits.