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Patient Recommendations to Improve the Implementation of and Engagement With Portals in Acute Care: Hospital-Based Qualitative Study.

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Summary of "Patient Recommendations to Improve the Implementation of and Engagement With Portals in Acute Care: Hospital-Based Qualitative Study."

The inclusion of patient portals into electronic health records in the inpatient setting lags behind progress in the outpatient setting.

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Name: Journal of medical Internet research
ISSN: 1438-8871
Pages: e13337

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A secure online website that provides patients convenient 24-hour access to personal health information via an Internet connection.

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