Cardiovascular Disease

Collaboration-Oriented Approach to Controlling High Blood Pressure (COACH)

Description

This research will refine an existing interoperable, patient-facing blood pressure control tool--the Collaboration Oriented Approach to Controlling High Blood Pressure (COACH) application--evaluate its implementation into three diverse clinical settings; conduct a randomized trial to assess its impact on lowering blood pressure; and develop a shareable, interoperable mechanism to aid in the dissemination of patient-facing clinical decision support tools.

Grant Number
R18 HS028579
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