This project engaged older adults to understand the effect a personal health record system has on patient-reported medication therapy management.
This project developed, implemented, and evaluated a short message service (SMS) intervention targeted at HIV-positive men.
This project examined the use of an e-prescribing system, with medication management clinical support, on the health of hypertensive patients.
This project utilized input from patients and clinicians in order to develop three test versions of an after visit summary (AVS), and employed a randomized controlled trial to evaluate the various versions against a standard AVS.
This project developed and tested a text message system to improve medication adherence for African Americans with uncontrolled hypertension.
This project made a personal health record available to HIV-positive individuals at a safety net institution to see if medication adherence would improve.
The Computer Assisted Medication and Patient Information Interface project developed and tested “My Medication Helper”, an innovative computer assisted self-interview tool delivered via a kiosk for use in a hospital diabetes clinic.
The project used text messaging reminders to assess the impact of personal medication management tools on medication adherence in adolescents with asthma.
Developed and evaluated Web-enabled education tools in hospitals and homes for renal transplant patients to reduce medication errors and improve safety and compliance using wireless portable computers.
This study compared the use of home blood pressure monitoring to an eHealth blood pressure system of care that integrated the former into a provider’s electronic medical record via a Web portal.