This research will use digital health tools leveraging patient-reported outcomes and data from electronic health records to engage individuals with multiple chronic conditions to improve understanding of individualized risk of adverse events during care transitions.
This research will examine the acceptability and usability of a shared decision making tool that incorporates risk information and patient and caregiver preferences for Hospital at Home, an acute care alternative to traditional inpatient hospitalization.
This research will evaluate the use of WiseApp, a medication tracker mobile app linked to a smart pill box aimed at improving medication adherence in those living with HIV, focusing on Latinos in the United States and the Dominican Republic.
This research will study the effectiveness of a virtual in-home program designed to reduce hospital readmissions among COPD patients post-hospitalization.
This research will examine the factors affecting cancer patients’ use of an electronic patient safety event reporting system to communicate adverse medication-related events to their care team.
This research will study the implementation of Telehealth Education for Asthma Connecting Hospital and Home (TEACHH), a novel intervention designed to provide an effective asthma educational platform appropriate for all health literacy levels. The intervention includes initial instruction in the hospital and reinforcement at home using virtual visits to reduce barriers to self-management support for children who are hospitalized due to asthma.
This is a questionnaire designed to be completed by individuals with chronic care needs in patient homes. The tool includes questions to assess the current state of patient portals, the internet, and mobile devices.
This is a questionnaire designed to be completed by caregivers in a patient home. The tool includes questions to assess attitudes around social media.
This is a questionnaire designed to be completed by adult patients in their home. The tool includes questions to assess attitudes of non-users regarding the use of patient portals and health information technology on the internet and using mobile phones.