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Engaging Disadvantaged Patients in Sharing Patient-Generated Health Data and Patient-Reported Outcomes through Health Information Technology - Final Report

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ElderTree Baseline Survey

Description: 

This is a questionnaire designed to be completed by elderly patients or their caregivers in the patient home. The tool includes questions to assess attitudes of social media and mobile homes.

Year of Survey: 
2014

Use of Web-Based Health Information – For Patient Practice Portal Non-Users

Description: 

This is a questionnaire designed to be completed by adult patients in their home. The tool includes questions to assess attitudes of non-users regarding the use of patient portals and health information technology on the internet and using mobile phones.


Use of Web-based Health Information – for Patient Practice Portal Users

Description: 

This is a questionnaire designed to be completed by adult patients in their home. The tool includes questions to assess attitudes of the users regarding patient portals and health information technology on the internet and using mobile phones.


Effectiveness of a theory-based mHealth intervention for high-risk drinking in college students.

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IMProving Outcomes Related to Patients Through Advanced Nursing Technology (IMPORTANT)

Description: 

This research will evaluate a novel, technology-enabled intervention that will determine the impact of bedside shift reporting and hourly rounding on nurse-sensitive patient outcomes.

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Project Dates: 
April 1, 2020 to March 31, 2022

Development of a smartphone app for regional care coordination among high-risk, low-income patients.

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The case for jointly targeting diabetes and depression among vulnerable patients using digital technology.

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Using Location-Based Smartphone Alerts Within a System of Care Coordination - Final Report

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Use of the FITT framework to understand patients' experiences using a real-time medication monitoring pill bottle linked to a mobile-based HIV self-management app: a qualitative study.

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