T Scott Graham,
Assistant Professor of Clinical Practice
The Ohio State University Colleges of Medicine and Nursing, USA
Dr. Cheryl Lynch, Associate Professor, Dept of General Internal Medicine/Geriatrics Medical University of South Carolina, United States
Dr. Michelle L. Rogers, Associate Professor, College of Computing and Informatics Drexel University, USA
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Journal of Healthcare Communications is an open access journal and publishes articles after thorough peer review. This journal handles many aspects related to technology with health. It is also analyzing modern issues, hypothesis, research findings, and evidence-based mediations and innovation across different areas of strategic health communication as applied to the healthcare, public health and global health fields.
Journal of Healthcare Communications focus on topics related to Healthcare Online Services, Health Literacy, Malpractice Risk, mHealth Technology, Patient Safety, Diagnostic Accuracy, Healthcare Financing, Nursing, Healthcare Materials, Health Informatics, Healthcare Policies, Health Promotion.
The main aim of this journal is to focus on “Digital Technology”, where it promotes communication strategies, that may encourage improving patient health and community. Apart of digital technology, the journal also focuses on programs, surveys associated with health. This journal accepts the case studies, research articles, advanced technologies and emerging strategies etc. This journal helps to bridge the frame work in communication in healthcare between medical practitioner and patient.
Submit your manuscript at www.primescholars.com/submissions/healthcare-communications.html or send as an e-mail attachment to the Editorial Office at [email protected]
Articles published in Journal of Health Care Communications have been cited by esteemed scholars and scientists all around the world. Journal of Health Care Communications has got h-index 12 , which means every article in Journal of Health Care Communications has got 12 average citations.