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Concurrent Improvement Observed in Patient-Reported Burden and Sensor-Collected Medication Use Among Patients Enrolled in a COPD Digital Health Program

Leanne Kaye, Rahul Gondalia, Meredith A. Barrett, Melissa Williams, David A. Stempel
2021 Frontiers in Digital Health  
and parallel improvement in CAT scores and SABA use at 6 months were noted among patients enrolled in a digital health program, with greater improvement for patients with higher disease burden.  ...  The study examined changes in CAT and SABA inhaler use in COPD to determine whether passively collected SABA and CAT scores changed in a parallel manner.Methods: Patients with self-reported COPD enrolled  ...  CONCLUSION Patients enrolled in a digital self-management platform for COPD demonstrated significant and clinically meaningful improvement in CAT and a concurrent reduction in SABA use, especially among  ... 
doi:10.3389/fdgth.2021.624261 pmid:34713098 pmcid:PMC8521990 fatcat:zndlrvrlvbch7n54mbuv47araa

Inhalation therapy in the next decade: Determinants of adherence to treatment in asthma and COPD

Claudio F. Donner, Sandro Amaducci, Elena Bacci, Sandra Baldacci, Maria L. Bartoli, Gianfranco M. Beghi, Alida Benfante, Sara Brighindi, Lucio Casali, Daniela Castiglia, Mario Cazzola, Alessandro Celi (+24 others)
2018 Monaldi archives for chest disease  
Proceedings of the European Seminars in Respiratory Medicine course, Inhalation therapy in the next decade: Determinants of adherence to treatment in asthma and COPD, held in Taormina, Italy, on 3-4 March  ...  Inhaler misuse as a cause of poor adherence in asthma and COPD Many studies have shown a high proportion of inhaler misuse among patients with asthma or COPD, even in those patients who had been using  ...  a medication, such as observed skill in using a metered dose inhaler or dry powder inhaler.  ... 
doi:10.4081/monaldi.2018.886 pmid:29557582 fatcat:lqpnqw22cbda5pyqvkqf7udfde

The Empirical Foundations of Telemedicine Interventions for Chronic Disease Management

Rashid L. Bashshur, Gary W. Shannon, Brian R. Smith, Dale C. Alverson, Nina Antoniotti, William G. Barsan, Noura Bashshur, Edward M. Brown, Molly J. Coye, Charles R. Doarn, Stewart Ferguson, Jim Grigsby (+11 others)
2014 Telemedicine journal and e-health  
The telemedicine intervention in chronic disease management promises to involve patients in their own care, provides continuous monitoring by their healthcare providers, identifies early symptoms, and  ...  The preponderance of evidence from studies using rigorous research methods points to beneficial results from telemonitoring in its various manifestations, albeit with a few exceptions.  ...  Acknowledgements The Alliance for Connected Health provided partial support for the work leading to this publication in the form of an unrestricted grant.  ... 
doi:10.1089/tmj.2014.9981 pmid:24968105 pmcid:PMC4148063 fatcat:cm7qf7ebdrc7teowtk7soqeqwq

Personalized Telehealth in the Future: A Global Research Agenda

Birthe Dinesen, Brandie Nonnecke, David Lindeman, Egon Toft, Kristian Kidholm, Kamal Jethwani, Heather M Young, Helle Spindler, Claus Ugilt Oestergaard, Jeffrey A Southard, Mario Gutierrez, Nick Anderson (+3 others)
2018 Telehealth and Medicine Today  
In 1878, The Lancet reported the use of the telephone to reduce unnecessary physician visits and, in 1910, a tele-stethoscope had already been described.1 During the mid-20th century, NASA (National Aeronautics  ...  and Space Administration) used remote monitoring systems to measure astronauts' physiological functions.  ...  They targeted patients with COPD, diabetes, and heart diseases; and a total of 7000 patients were enrolled in the study.  ... 
doi:10.30953/tmt.v2.18 fatcat:s3soo2snkvaarbdgtsyhl3hpya

Personalized Telehealth in the Future: A Global Research Agenda

Birthe Dinesen, Brandie Nonnecke, David Lindeman, Egon Toft, Kristian Kidholm, Kamal Jethwani, Heather M Young, Helle Spindler, Claus Ugilt Oestergaard, Jeffrey A Southard, Mario Gutierrez, Nick Anderson (+3 others)
2016 Journal of Medical Internet Research  
A broad, multinational research agenda can provide a uniform framework for identifying and rapidly replicating best practices, while concurrently fostering global collaboration in the development and rigorous  ...  to scalable and sustainable telehealth programs.  ...  , Palo Alto, CA; Theresa Hoegenhaugh, Regional Project Manager, Invest in Denmark; Eir Research & Business Park, The European Regional Development Fund and participating universities and hospitals in Denmark  ... 
doi:10.2196/jmir.5257 pmid:26932229 pmcid:PMC4795318 fatcat:rnjds4p3x5hw7crloclim6ihx4

Poster Abstracts - Academy of Managed Care Pharmacy 2022

2022 Journal of Managed Care & Specialty Pharmacy  
The AMCP abstracts program provides a forum through which authors can share their insights and outcomes of advanced managed care practice.  ...  AMCP 2022 will be held March 29-April 1, 2022 in Chicago Illinois.  ...  To date, the program has not generated cost savings nor led to consistent improvements in medication use.  ... 
doi:10.18553/jmcp.2022.28.3-a.s1 pmid:35285290 fatcat:633vzbndavdc3dsqltwxwtnc6e

Economic Evaluation of Manitoba Health Lines in the Management of Congestive Heart Failure

Yang Cui, Malcolm Doupe, Alan Katz, Paul Nyhof, Evelyn Forget
2013 Healthcare Policy | Politiques de Santé  
Acknowledgements The authors are grateful to Pat Reynard for project management support, to Krystle Griffin for coordination with external reviewers, and to Don Husereau for critical reading of the report  ...  and feedback.  ...  in home telehealth program Patients were provided with a digital scale, a digital blood pressure/heart rate monitor, and an in-home message device (Health Buddy) for reporting daily patient symptoms  ... 
doi:10.12927/hcpol.2013.23620 fatcat:czuvpt24lvfrnkzhitrv5z5uu4

Meeting Abstracts - AMCP Managed Care & Specialty Pharmacy Annual Meeting 2017

2017 Journal of Managed Care & Specialty Pharmacy  
in collecting and reporting data on a core set of standardized child health quality measures.  ...  Proteus Discover, a digital medicine offering (DMO) from Proteus Digital Health, is a new resource to address this burden.  ...  The pharmacist coordinated appropriate care and enrolled the patient in a 2-way text messaging program.  ... 
doi:10.18553/jmcp.2017.23.3-a.s1 pmid:28287338 fatcat:mllp6tngnrfzpffncnzy7uazai

Medicine's future: Helping patients stay healthy at home

2013 Cleveland Clinic journal of medicine  
Among heart failure patients enrolled in our program for the first time, we have observed a lower readmission rate compared with pub licly reported Cleveland Clinic rates (24.5% vs 28.2%).  ...  Positive results with some limitations We collected data between 2003 and 2006 on patients enrolled in the VCU Medical Center TCP.  ...  CCJM: What steps should PCMHs and ACOs take to leverage and optimize home health services among other parts of the medical neighborhood? Dr.  ... 
doi:10.3949/ccjm.80.e-s1.01 pmid:23420795 fatcat:27a3kjkywnhvbewbafurmyqevm

Using an electronic clinical-decision support system in primary care to assess inappropriate polypharmacy in the young-elderly with multimorbidity. (Preprint)

Eloisa Rogero-Blanco, Juan A López-Rodríguez, Teresa Sanz-Cuesta, Mercedes Aza-Pascual-Salcedo, M Jose Bujalance-Zafra, Isabel Cura-González, MultiPAP Group
2019 JMIR Medical Informatics  
This ECDSS can be useful for supervising prescriptions in primary health care consultations.  ...  This study aimed to describe the prevalence of PIP in primary care consultations among patients aged 65-75 years with multimorbidity and polypharmacy, detected by an electronic clinical decision support  ...  Academy of Medical Sciences (2016).  ... 
doi:10.2196/14130 pmid:32149715 fatcat:yhp2shgtsff6jhs73fhxz5vgse

Poster Presentations at the 10th Canadian Conference on Dementia (CCD), Québec City, October 3, 2019

2020 Canadian Geriatrics Journal  
and core competencies; and a program inventory.  ...  In the updated version, we also sought to include programs building capacity in caring for individuals with other complex mental health conditions alongside dementia, including delirium, depression and  ...  Translating research into practice: Investigating the impact of Alzheimer's diagnostics in Canada (IMPACT-AD) Mari L. DeMarco 1 , Ging-Yuek Robin Hsiung 1 , John R.  ... 
doi:10.5770/cgj.23.411 pmid:32226569 pmcid:PMC7067151 fatcat:72opgl274zeurlm6c57r5aac4a

Abstracts From the 21st Annual HMO Research Network Conference, March 11–13, 2015, Long Beach, California

2015 Journal of Patient-Centered Research and Reviews  
To address this issue, we examine treatment patterns among prostate cancer patients enrolled in two integrated health care delivery systems.  ...  Methods: We used administrative and electronic medical record data linked with tumor registry information for individuals who were enrolled in one of four nonprofit integrated health care systems and diagnosed  ...  We observed a small nonsignificant increased risk of subsequent breast cancer in women who concurrently used paroxetine in the first full year of tamoxifen use.  ... 
doi:10.17294/2330-0698.1201 fatcat:lxbvzpg3vvbhfp7lax4celo62u

Novel App-Based Portable Spirometer for the Early Detection of COPD

Ching-Hsiung Lin, Shih-Lung Cheng, Hao-Chien Wang, Wu-Huei Hsu, Kang-Yun Lee, Diahn-Warng Perng, Hen-I Lin, Ming-Shian Lin, Jong-Rung Tsai, Chin-Chou Wang, Sheng-Hao Lin, Cheng-Yi Wang (+5 others)
2021 Diagnostics  
The Spirobank Smart is a simple and adequate tool for early COPD detection in outpatient clinics.  ...  A total of 767 participants were enrolled and examined using Spirobank Smart; 370 participants (94.3% men, mean age of 60.9 years and mean 42.6 pack-years of smoking) underwent confirmatory spirometry.  ...  The data were collected from only a limited number of participants enrolled in hospital-based facilities, including medical centers and regional hospitals, which may not reflect the entire COPD population  ... 
doi:10.3390/diagnostics11050785 pmid:33925463 fatcat:u52wdspscnghtn62tn6vfgy23y

Silent Gastroesophageal Reflux and Asthma: The Value of Empiric Acid Suppression Therapy

Christopher Canale, David Young, Emily Koelliker, Wayne M. Samuelson, Kathryn Peterson
2004 Chest  
reporting no improvement (decrease of 4.3 in symptom score). 83% of the 143 patients reported a global improvement in their symptoms.  ...  METHODS: A cohort study was conducted using the Northern California Kaiser Permanente Medical Care Program (KPMCP) among persons Ͼϭ40 years old who were diagnosed with COPD from January 1996 to December  ...  A STUDY OF VENOUS THROMBOEMBOLISM TREATMENT AND PROPHYLAXIS IN US HOSPITALS ENROLLED IN THE NABOR (NATIONAL ANTICOAGULATION BENCHMARK & OUTCOMES REPORT) PROGRAM METHODS: Patients with OSA and residual  ... 
doi:10.1378/chest.126.4_meetingabstracts.705s fatcat:lvxwkrj5wzdjjeobnqn5es3j4u

Third Canadian Therapeutics Congress

Canadian Journal of Clinical Pharmacolog
2019 Journal of population therapeutics and clinical pharmacology = Journal de la therapeutique des populations et de la pharamcologie clinique  
About twenty-three percent report using four or more, and only one percent report using ten or more drugs concurrently.  ...  Three of the 5 patients who were not taking any anti-parkinsonian medications had fallen. Eight patients reported using sedative hypnotics, and six reported using a medication for mood.  ...  Patients on these medications were asked to enrol in the program; other patients on these medications who were not approached were considered controls.  ... 
doi:10.22374/jptcp.v13i1.106 fatcat:vizf5lyd2rczxapytrybxgroem
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