Individuals with Chronic Care Needs

A web-based decision aid (myAID) to enhance quality of life, empowerment, decision making, and disease control for patients with ulcerative colitis: protocol for a cluster randomized controlled trial.

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Investigation of a mobile health texting tool for embedding patient-reported data into diabetes management (i-Matter): development and usability study.

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Protocol of the randomized control trial: the WiseApp trial for improving health outcomes in PLWH (WiseApp).

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Use of enhanced data visualization to improve patient judgments about hypertension control.

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Patient decision-making personas: an application of a patient-centered cognitive task analysis (P-CTA).

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Untold Stories in User-centered design of mobile health: practical challenges and strategies learned from the design and evaluation of an app for older adults with heart failure.

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mHealth app using machine learning to increase physical activity in diabetes and depression: clinical trial protocol for the DIAMANTE Study.

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Implementing Personalized Cross-Sector Transitional Care Management to Promote Care Continuity, Reduce Low-Value Utilization, and Reduce the Burden of Treatment for High-Need, High-Cost Patients

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This research will integrate cross-sector care alerts and interoperable personalized care planning into the existing Coordinating Transitions Intervention (CTI) tool and evaluate the impact of the revised tool on patient burden, care team collaboration, and utilization value for high-need, high-cost patients.

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April 1, 2021 to March 31, 2026

Engaging Diverse Patients in Health Information Technology Use

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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.

Year of Survey: 
2016

Breathe Michigan Screening Survey

Description: 
This is a questionnaire designed to be completed by African American adults with chronic care needs in patient homes. The tool includes questions to assess the current state of patient-generated health data.