USA, MI, Ann Arbor
This project will use Learning Health System methods to systematically apply U.S. Preventive Services Task Force’s evidence-based recommendations with the goal of advancing individualized precision prevention.
This research studied how communication technologies facilitate or hinder communication between nurses and physicians with the ultimate goal of supporting effective communication.
This research developed and evaluated mobile application messages that assisted individuals with hypertension to adhere to a low-sodium diet.
This project developed a tool to promote activation, communication, engagement, and self-management of pediatric blood and marrow transplant patients and their parents and found that patient-centric tools can successfully engage caregivers in hospital care.
This project developed a diabetes data visualization mobile application for adolescents and found that clinical and contextual data provided greater opportunity for self management and problem solving.
This project examined the prevalence of variation in electronic health record documentation in physician practice, its causes, effects, and strategies to mitigate its potential for harm.
This project tested the impact of a training module that teaches clinicians how to best communicate with patients in the presence of an electronic health record and found improvements in provider communication skills, but no impact on patient outcomes.
This is an interview guide designed to be conducted with patients in a home setting. The tool includes questions to assess user's satisfaction of SMS (short messaging service).
This is a questionnaire designed to be completed by clinical staff in an ambulatory setting. The tool includes questions to assess the current state of electronic health records.
This project tested a reinforcement learning (RL) text messaging system, which tailors and adapts messages to the needs of patients with uncontrolled hypertension to promote medication adherence, and found it to be feasible and adaptive.