|Title:||Evaluating self-management behaviors of diabetic patients in a telehealthcare program: longitudinal study over 18 months||Authors:||Chen, Lichin
|Keywords:||Internet; diabetes mellitus; online systems; patient access to records; personal health record; self-care; telemedicine||Issue Date:||9-Dec-2013||Journal Volume:||15||Journal Issue:||12||Source:||Journal of medical Internet research||Abstract:||
Self-management is an important skill for patients with diabetes, and it involves frequent monitoring of glucose levels and behavior modification. Techniques to enhance the behavior changes of diabetic patients have been developed, such as diabetes self-management education and telehealthcare. Although the patients are engaged in self-management activities, barriers to behavior changes remain and additional work is necessary to address the impact of electronic media and telehealthcare on patient self-care behaviors.
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