Established users and the making of telecare work in long term condition management: Implications for health policy
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- Virginia MacNeill & Caroline Sanders & Ray Fitzpatrick & Jane Hendy & James Barlow & Martin Knapp & Anne Rogers & Martin Bardsley & Stanton P Newman, 2014. "Experiences of front-line health professionals in the delivery of telehealth: a qualitative study," LSE Research Online Documents on Economics 57614, London School of Economics and Political Science, LSE Library.
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KeywordsPatient's view Telecare Telehealthcare Self-management Primary care Utilization Policy Longterm conditions UK;
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