2022 Research Stories
A mobile application designed to facilitate asthma self-management and shared decision making through patient-reported outcomes can improve care, asthma control, and knowledge, as well as decrease healthcare utilization.
Previous Research Stories
Commercial off-the-shelf technology, including mobile phones and fitness trackers, can successfully engage disadvantaged patients to collect patient-generated health data and patient-reported outcomes that can be integrated into electronic health records to improve chronic disease care planning during clinical visits.
A wearable digital healthcare intervention to promote self-regulation among children with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder and their parents is a promising method to support adherence to treatment.