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People-Centeredness, Chronic Conditions and Diversity Sensitive eHealth: Exploring Emancipation of the ‘Health Care System’ and the ‘Patient’ in Health Informatics

Version 1 : Received: 27 October 2020 / Approved: 29 October 2020 / Online: 29 October 2020 (09:30:26 CET)

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Botin, L.; Bertelsen, P.S.; Kayser, L.; Turner, P.; Villumsen, S.; Nøhr, C. People Centeredness, Chronic Conditions and Diversity Sensitive eHealth: Exploring Emancipation of the ‘Health Care System’ and the ‘Patient’ in Health Informatics. Life 2020, 10, 329. Botin, L.; Bertelsen, P.S.; Kayser, L.; Turner, P.; Villumsen, S.; Nøhr, C. People Centeredness, Chronic Conditions and Diversity Sensitive eHealth: Exploring Emancipation of the ‘Health Care System’ and the ‘Patient’ in Health Informatics. Life 2020, 10, 329.

Journal reference: Life 2020, 10, 329
DOI: 10.3390/life10120329

Abstract

Critically the paper argues that a truly people-centered technology supported chronic care system can only be designed by understanding and responding to the needs, attributes and capabilities of the most vulnerable in society. The paper suggests innovative ways of supporting interactions with these ‘end-users’ and highlights how reflection on these approaches can contribute to emancipating both the health system to move towards more socially inclusive e-health solutions.

Subject Areas

eHealth; end-user; chronic disease; participatory design; socio-technical; diversity in care

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