The focus of the healthcare industry on delivering Patient-Centered Care (PCC) using Mobile Health Information Technologies (MHIT) is rapidly increasing, yet this critical area is still under-researched in the IS/IT literature despite the fact that mobile devices and their applications are widely spread and are likely to change the way of using and applying healthcare services. In this study we further analyze the literature reviewed in Dadgar et al (2013) to uncover research gaps in the area of MHIT which needs further attention. This work posits a preliminary research agenda, in forms of gaps, which can help propel future work in the field of MHIT for patient centered care.
WMU ScholarWorks Citation
Samhan, Bahae; Dadgar, Majid; and Joshi, K. D., "Mobile Health Information Technology and Patient Care: Methods, Themes, and Research Gaps" (2013). Transactions of the International Conference on Health Information Technology Advancement. 34.