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Colorado Care Tablet: The design of an interoperable Personal Health Application to help older adults with multimorbidity manage their medications

Katie A. Siek, Stephen E. Ross, Danish U. Khan, Leah M. Haverhals, Steven R. Cali, Jane Meyers
2010 Journal of Biomedical Informatics  
In this paper, we discuss the design and evaluation of the Colorado Care Tablet, a Personal Health Application (PHA) that helps older adults and their lay caregivers manage their medication regimes during  ...  Medication errors are common and cause serious health issues during care transitions, particularly for older adults with multiple chronic conditions.  ...  We would like to thank our participants and advisory board for their valuable feedback.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jbi.2010.05.007 pmid:20937480 fatcat:2i7vl5ipszge7f7amnv6rwvlee

A Usability Inspection of Medication Management in Three Personal Health Applications [chapter]

Katie A. Siek, Danish Ullah Khan, Stephen E. Ross
2009 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
The last PHA, Colorado Care Tablet, is a prototype PHA that was designed specifically for older adults to manage their medication information.  ...  We present the findings of a cognitive walkthrough inspection on three Personal Health Applications (PHAs).  ...  Introduction In 2006, we set out to develop a Personal Health Application (PHA) that could provide older adults an easy way to manage their medications during transitions of care.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-02806-9_16 fatcat:5avmkfxuzbg3nhveeoal42ixne

SMARTPHONE APP MONITORS AND PROMOTES MIDLIFE HEALTH BEHAVIORS

2015 The gerontologist  
A better understanding of this phenomena can be used to inform technological design and application to maximize the fit between the older adult user and technology.This study used a focus group design  ...  Older adults often take multiple medications to manage both acute and chronic health problems, placing them at risk for adverse drug events (i.e., unintended side effects attributed to the misappropriation  ...  A better understanding of this phenomena can be used to inform technological design and application to maximize the fit between the older adult user and technology.This study used a focus group design  ... 
doi:10.1093/geront/gnv179.04 fatcat:oerpmcumerhq5mcthdfq4gr5py

Improving self-management of health through an eHealth application: an action-based study among older adults living in the community

Margot Jager, Maarten M.H. Lahr, Sophie L.W. Spoorenberg, Erik Buskens, Klaske Wynia
2018 International Journal of Integrated Care  
The aim of this study was to identify quality criteria for eHealth applications targeting personalized access to self-management support of health from a community-living older adult's perspective.  ...  Conclusions: An eHealth application targeting older adults' self-management should be easy to use, personalized, and beneficial for the person using it.  ... 
doi:10.5334/ijic.s2113 fatcat:bxk2fhlrpfgxjdotzzfc7nswla

Scoping Review of the Literature on Smart Healthcare for Older Adults

Young-A Ji, Hun-Sung Kim
2022 Yonsei medical journal  
Smart healthcare systems are being designed to provide medical services to and improve the daily lives of older adults.  ...  Privacy is a concern as smart technology may intrude the personal life of the user. The digital divide is a challenge because of low responsiveness from older adults to technological changes.  ...  of providing medical services Autonomy Wang, et al., The user, older adults, is interested in Low technical literacy, restrictions The need to reflect the will of older adults 2019 27 co-design for the  ... 
doi:10.3349/ymj.2022.63.s14 pmid:35040602 pmcid:PMC8790583 fatcat:52hq23vvrjbmbnhh442cmhk5v4

Comparison of applications used to help the elderly [chapter]

Liza Privošnik, Maša Sedej Knezović, Lara Šinkovec, Andrej Starc
2021 Zdravje starostnikov / Health of the Elderly  
The aim of this literature review is to present a comparison of mobile applications designed to help older adults in their basic life activities.  ...  All of them are designed to make life easier for elderly. There is evidence that mobile applications are helping elderly population as much as they help health workers.  ...  This mobile phone application is a health management tool for older adults to self-manage their gait quality and prevent adverse outcomes.  ... 
doi:10.26493/978-961-293-129-2.157-165 fatcat:fnusoxo7vbfglley3xj3h3cmhe

Willingness, perceived barriers and motivators in adopting mobile applications for health-related interventions among older adults: a scoping review

Nurul Asilah Ahmad, Arimi Fitri Mat Ludin, Suzana Shahar, Shahrul Azman Mohd Noah, Noorlaili Mohd Tohit
2022 BMJ Open  
technology, the development of mobile applications to help older adults to manage and monitor health is seen as feasible, but barriers have to be addressed.  ...  Barriers to adopting mobile applications for health-related interventions among older adults were the most common topic identified in the included studies.  ...  What motivates older adults to use mobile applications to monitor and manage their health conditions?  ... 
doi:10.1136/bmjopen-2021-054561 pmid:35264349 pmcid:PMC8915330 fatcat:mim2756jwzaf3mdtjn34hmagia

Patient Portal Use and Experience Among Older Adults: Systematic Review

Dawn K Sakaguchi-Tang, Alyssa L Bosold, Yong K Choi, Anne M Turner
2017 JMIR Medical Informatics  
Hourcade et al., 2011[22] Sessions with older adults to learn about their needs for a personal health records system focused on medication management.  ...  Lober et al, 2006 [26] Descriptive study of low-income older adults' experience with a personal health information management system (PHIMS).  ... 
doi:10.2196/medinform.8092 pmid:29038093 pmcid:PMC5662789 fatcat:jrc3p5hvbrb4xhnvfnpm4wevxa

Twelve Smartphone Applications for Health Management of Older Adults during the COVID-19 Pandemic

Seong Kyu Ha, Hey Sig Lee, Hae Yean Park
2021 International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health  
Through the analyzed applications, twelve applications with the potential to improve the health management and quality of life in older adults during social distancing or self-isolation due to COVID-19  ...  As a result, two applications meeting the selection criteria were selected for each area.  ...  Medication Management Of the final two applications that meet the selection criteria out of 249, Medisafe reminds caregivers to help older adults take medications according to a schedule.  ... 
doi:10.3390/ijerph181910235 pmid:34639536 fatcat:abyqaq6pdjc5pp7j364yjw4n7q

Older Adults with Multi-Morbidity: Medication Management Processes and Design Implications for Personal Health Applications

Leah M Haverhals, Courtney A Lee, Katie A Siek, Carol A Darr, Sunny A Linnebur, J Mark Ruscin, Stephen E Ross
2011 Journal of Medical Internet Research  
Thanks for agreeing to talk to us so that we can better understand your health care experiences and how you manage information about your health and health care, including medicines.  ...  We're especially interested in learning about your experiences with receiving care from multiple health care providers and your strategies for managing your medications and health care needs.  ...  Appendix A: Interview Guide Older Adults with Multi-Morbidity: Medication Management Processes and Design Implications for Personal Health Applications • What do you do if your doctor cancels a medicine  ... 
doi:10.2196/jmir.1813 pmid:21715286 pmcid:PMC3221383 fatcat:4suwyaylmvh4dkj7fpvj3l5jjm

An Acceptability Study Of A Personal Portable Device Storing Critical Health Information To Ensure Treatment Continuity Of Home-Dwelling Older Adults In Case Of A Disaster

Andreas Hein Willius, Marisa Torres Hidalgo, Pablo Arroyo Zuñiga, Margarita Quezada Venegas, Christián Arriagada Díaz, Eduardo Valenzuela Abarca, Ernesto San Martín Gutierrez, Paula Bedregal García
2019 Patient Preference and Adherence  
Twenty home-dwelling urban male and female older adults enrolled in a chronic health management program were invited to participate in two focus groups.  ...  GPS, medication reminders) that could significantly contribute to improving health management in disaster situations.  ...  Firstly, although DEPPAS was designed as a tool to address the health management in the aftermath of a disaster, it was considered important to first test the concept in a sample of general older adults  ... 
doi:10.2147/ppa.s218232 pmid:31806942 pmcid:PMC6850675 fatcat:raf7a2lwn5debkhrk3kawyqm3i

Developing an AI-Enabled Integrated Care Platform for Frailty

Angelina Kouroubali, Haridimos Kondylakis, Fokion Logothetidis, Dimitrios G. Katehakis
2022 Healthcare  
The purpose of this paper is to present the development of a digital platform that uses innovative tools and artificial intelligence technologies to support care coordination and shared care planning for  ...  Informal care is considered to be important for the wellbeing and resilience of the elderly.  ...  The end user applications were developed for older adults and their care team in order to support multidimensional goal-directed interventions, and were designed to provide feedback to older adult users  ... 
doi:10.3390/healthcare10030443 pmid:35326921 pmcid:PMC8948747 fatcat:a7wuvnsvezfr3ko5sm42bszw4m

MediFrame: A Tablet Application to Plan, Inform, Remind and Sustain Older Adults' Medication Intake

Lea Gulstav Dalgaard, Erik Gronvall, Nervo Verdezoto
2013 2013 IEEE International Conference on Healthcare Informatics  
MediFrame is a personal medication management system to support older adults in non-clinical settings such as the home.  ...  Based on early qualitative feedback, we also discuss lessons learned and how designers can support a holistic medication experience for an older adult's everyday life.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENT We would like to thank our colleagues and all participants, especially the elderly citizens involved in our project and the Lev Vel Consortium for their cooperation.  ... 
doi:10.1109/ichi.2013.12 dblp:conf/ichi/DalgaardGV13 fatcat:ylmyrgv5offcvffmhsr2zqnwaa

Older Adult Self-Efficacy Study of Mobile Phone Diabetes Management

Charlene C. Quinn, Bilal Khokhar, Kelly Weed, Erik Barr, Ann L. Gruber-Baldini
2015 Diabetes Technology & Therapeutics  
The purpose of this study was to evaluate participant self-efficacy and use of a mobile phone diabetes health intervention for older adults during a 4-week period.  ...  Participants entered blood glucose data into a mobile phone and personalized patient Internet Web portal.  ...  Program, an initiative of the A.  ... 
doi:10.1089/dia.2014.0341 pmid:25692373 pmcid:PMC4808269 fatcat:rx7qsm6lonb2hlxcuoysgfzur4

Artifact Usage, Context, and Privacy Management in Logging and Tracking Personal Health Information in Older Adults

Shadeequa Miller, Bilge Mutlu, John Lee
2013 Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Annual Meeting  
Consumer health information technology (CHIT) applications have the potential to improve overall care quality for older adults.  ...  This paper presents findings from a contextual inquiry of how older adults currently use artifacts in logging and tracking personal health information (PHI).  ...  Adults aged 65 years and older are more likely to participate in these personal health information management (PHIM) tasks than younger adults (Fox & Duggan, 2013) .  ... 
doi:10.1177/1541931213571229 fatcat:exzdwdnvdretrlcfuicviqqipq
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