2021 Research Stories
A wearable digital healthcare intervention to promote selfregulation among children with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder and their parents is a promising method to support adherence to treatment.
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.
Use of the Crohn’s Disease Prediction Tool, a validated individualized risk prediction tool plus a web-based decision aid, resulted in improved shared decision making and patients choosing a more effective Crohn’s disease therapy.
Using an online platform to facilitate information exchange and care coordination between those over 75 years of age and their support network is feasible and has the potential to increase quality of life for older adults.
Virtual reality technology can be used to recreate issues patients may experience in their homes and identify the complex and concurrent interactions impacting personal health information management.
A screening tool for risk and protective factors during pregnancy can be integrated in clinic flow and improve customized discussions with pregnant women to improve outcomes for pregnant women and their babies.
Human papillomavirus vaccine series completion rates in a low-income, Latino adolescent population were high for patients receiving text messages reminders.
A smartphone app that uses location data to notify PCPs when a patient arrives in the hospital or ER is a simple, potentially scalable approach to improve care coordination after a hospital visit.