Health e-Technologies Initiative - Building the Science of eHealth
 
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The Health e-Technologies Initiative functioned as a National Program Office of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation from February 2002 through April 2009. Our program of funded research advanced the discovery of scientific knowledge regarding the effectiveness of interactive applications (i.e., Internet, interactive TV and voice response systems, kiosks, personal digital assistants, CD-ROMs, DVDs) for health behavior change and chronic disease management. Our overarching goal was to find out whether or not these applications improved processes and outcomes of care for culturally diverse groups of patients/consumers and supported provider adherence to evidence-based care.

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To learn more about the history of the Initiative's development, as well as to view HeTI’s publications and presentations, click here.

 
 

 
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