This project built on the past developments and findings from the Influenza Self-Management Web site. The project team revised, enhanced, and then piloted the Web site as a toolkit for influenza self-management.
This project engaged older adults to understand the effect a personal health record system has on patient-reported medication therapy management.
This project built and evaluated SurvivorLink, an information technology system available via the Web that provides information on the life-long health care needs of childhood cancer survivors.
Implements an emergency medical records system that will provide shared access to patient records across various community health care providers and incorporates electronic tools for prescription distribution and management.
Facilitates transfer of information among providers and patients in the Presque Isle community; implements a model of chronic care management; and educates area health care providers on how best to use current information systems to communicate with each other.
This project developed PocketBuddy, a handheld technology for aging adults to assist in caregiving activities, monitoring the well-being of both the caregiver and the person being cared for, and capturing information on the home environments.
This project sought to develop an automated self-management monitor and test its impact of on glycemic control and self-management behaviors among patients with type 2 diabetes mellitus.
Analyzed a patient secure messaging application for patients with depression, congestive heart failure, and diabetes, and evaluated potential for safer and more effective medical care.
Harnessing Health Information Technology for Self-Management Support and Medication Activation in a Medicaid Health Plan
The Self-Management Automated Real Time Telephone Support (SMART-Steps) provided surveillance, education, and telephone care management guided by questions on patient behavior.