Objective: The objective of this review was to assess published literature relating to health literacy and older adults. Method: The current review was conducted according to the Preferred Reporting Items for Systematic Reviews and Meta Analyses. Results: Eight articles met inclusion criteria. All studies were conducted in urban settings in the . Promoting Health among Older Adults via E -health Literacy Fiona Chew, Syracuse University, USA [email protected] Neil Ni Yuqian, Syracuse University, USA [email protected] Abstract Older Adults are a growing population segment more likely to have a chronic disease thus increasing their reliance on and cost to the healthcare . Fully 79% of older adults who use the internet agree with the statement that “people without internet access are at a real disadvantage because of all the information they might be missing,” while 94% agree with the statement that “the internet makes it much easier to find information today than in the past.”.