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User Centered Design to Improve Information Exchange in Diabetes Care Through eHealth

Giuseppe Fico, Antonio Martinez-Millana, Jan-Paul Leuteritz, Alessio Fioravanti, Maria Eugenia Beltrán-Jaunsarás, Vicente Traver, Maria Teresa Arredondo
2019 Journal of medical systems  
The objective of this paper is to evaluate the use and acceptance of a self-management system for diabetes developed with User Centered Design Principles in community settings.  ...  This resulted in a successful adoption by both type of personas.  ...  Study description and data analysis The system was tested in a small-scale exploratory pilot study in four clinical centers in Modena, Parma, Prague and Madrid from January 2015 to September 2015.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10916-019-1472-5 pmid:31741069 fatcat:zzi3moqzkfcclnizpu3otaqhsa

Effect of Diabetes Online Community Engagement on Health Indicators: Cross-Sectional Study

Michelle L Litchman, Linda S Edelman, Gary W Donaldson
2018 JMIR Diabetes  
A total of 183 adults participated in this study.  ...  The diabetes online community comprises multiple websites that include social media sites, blogs, and discussion groups for people with diabetes to chat and exchange information.  ...  Acknowledgments This research was supported by predoctoral grants from the Jonas Center for Nursing Excellence/John A.  ... 
doi:10.2196/diabetes.8603 pmid:30291079 pmcid:PMC6238850 fatcat:nnpgvvfcczc57gwu6wu3tpma2y

Computer Use by Older Adults: A Review of the Literature

Karen Jiggins Colorafi
2014 Journal of Gerontology & Geriatric Research  
Results: A variety of designs were used (1 experimental, 1 quasi-experimental, 1 qualitative, 11 nonexperimental) in various community settings.  ...  A level of knowledge label and a determination of congruence were applied to each study to assess the quality of studies and state of the science in this area.  ...  Acknowledgement The investigator is supported by predoctoral Fellowship from NIH/ NINR T32 1T32NR012718-01, Transdisciplinary Training in Health Disparities Science (TTHDS) and a Hartford scholarship from  ... 
doi:10.4172/2167-7182.1000164 fatcat:vachq6hxsfe6xjuwdmfc6iy4ei

Using Exploratory Trials to Identify Relevant Contexts and Mechanisms in Complex Electronic Health Interventions: Evaluating the Electronic Patient-Reported Outcome Tool

Carolyn Steele Gray, Janelle Gravesande, Parminder Kaur Hans, Jason X Nie, Sarah Sharpe, Mayura Loganathan, Renee Lyons, Cheryl Cott
2019 JMIR Formative Research  
full-scale evaluation. ePRO is a mobile app and portal designed to support goal-oriented care in interdisciplinary primary health care practices (clinical-level integration).  ...  Exploratory trials can be used to uncover determinants (or mechanisms) to inform content theory that underpins complex interventions before designing a full evaluation plan.  ...  Consistent with the developmental evaluation approach, informed by our overarching user-centered design methods, data from this study are also used to inform design changes to the technology-see prior  ... 
doi:10.2196/11950 pmid:30810532 pmcid:PMC6414821 fatcat:lnksxtxa25fk7fddvzf4besftq

IC-Health Project: Development of MOOCs to Promote Digital Health Literacy: First Results and Future Challenges

Lilisbeth Perestelo-Perez, Alezandra Torres-Castaño, Carina González-González, Yolanda Alvarez-Perez, Ana Toledo-Chavarri, Ana Wagner, Michelle Perello, Stephan Van Der Broucke, Gonzalo Díaz-Meneses, Barbara Piccini, Amado Rivero-Santana, Pedro Serrano-Aguilar (+1 others)
2020 Sustainability  
A participation strategy with end users was designed through a community of practice for the creation of MOOCs with the seven European countries that participated in the consortium.  ...  The objective of this article was to present the objectives, activities and results of the IC-Health project whose objective was to develop a series of massive open online courses (MOOCs) to improve the  ...  Acknowledgments: The authors wish to acknowledge and are grateful for the contribution of all the participants in this project for their effort and dedication.  ... 
doi:10.3390/su12166642 fatcat:mtih7xjorfeu7o5d2lbk2j2y4y

Health information technology implementation - impacts and policy considerations: a comparison between Israel and Portugal

Gabriel Catan, Rita Espanha, Rita Veloso Mendes, Orly Toren, David Chinitz
2015 Israel Journal of Health Policy Research  
However, innovation could be slowed down due to government bureaucracy or lack of leadership. The work provides information in order to understand and improve ICT services.  ...  Building on a study of the impact of ICT on physicians and patients in Israel, a Short Term Scientific Mission (STSM) sponsored by COST Net in conjunction with CIES/ISCTE IUL (Portugal) facilitated a comparison  ...  Sciences Staffordshire University UK, that provided financial and logistical support for the Short Term Study Mission in Lisbon.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s13584-015-0040-9 pmid:26269740 pmcid:PMC4533951 fatcat:mvi2kikj35dt3b7xwirl5x2itu

22nd Conference of the International Society for Telemedicine and eHealth and Moroccan Society for Telemedicine and eHealth 2017 - Casablanca 2017

Maurice Mars
2018 Journal of the International Society for Telemedicine and eHealth  
Its modular design allows to be deployed in many different scenarios: from small private offices, to large, national public health systems.  ...  Results: Teleconsultation program results in a better exchange of information, lower risk of complications and mortality (mortality decreased by 18%), reduced length of stay, a better quality of care offered  ... 
doi:10.29086/jisfteh.6.es1 fatcat:hqjneskqtra3feaojh6ay7tpmy

Nurses' experiences of using an interactive tailored patient assessment tool one year past implementation

Elin Børøsund, Cornelia M. Ruland, Shirley Moore, Mirjam Ekstedt
2014 International Journal of Medical Informatics  
In addition, results showed a tendency towards increased selfefficacy. This is promising given that study III entailed a relatively small sample from three diverse practice settings in regular care.  ...  The results and knowledge gained can be used to significantly improve and inform the process of designing systems, conducting research and implementing and maintaining eHealth interventions in routine  ...  Diskusjonsgruppen inngår som en del av en større studie; CONNECT (Care Online: Novel Networks to Enhance Communication and Treatment), om å utvikle og teste en tilleggsmodul til elektronisk pasientjournal  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.ijmedinf.2013.10.010 pmid:24268722 fatcat:avhl6aybnzestmdshj7r6ggooi

Towards a better understanding of the intention to use eHealth services by medical professionals: The case of developing countries

Patrice Anne Nuq, Benoit Aubert
2013 International Journal of Healthcare Management  
Therefore, the recent advancement in Information and Communication Technology (ICT) provides the platform for innovative eHealth services and the opportunity for improving access to medical services.  ...  Despite Governments, International Organisations, and companies" growing interest in eHealth Services for enabling access to medical treatment using ICT, research in developing countries related to user  ...  I would like to thank very much Ms. Noor Rawashdeh (Jordan) and Mr. Tural Maharramow (Azerbaijan) for their assistance in the administration of this survey. _____________  ... 
doi:10.1179/2047971913y.0000000033 fatcat:5mxqc5mpoza3teszlh6qp7tu5a

The Effects of Combining Web-Based eHealth With Telephone Nurse Case Management for Pediatric Asthma Control: A Randomized Controlled Trial

David Gustafson, Meg Wise, Abhik Bhattacharya, Alice Pulvermacher, Kathleen Shanovich, Brenda Phillips, Erik Lehman, Vernon Chinchilli, Robert Hawkins, Jee-Seon Kim
2012 Journal of Medical Internet Research  
The goal of the CONSORT EHEALTH checklist and guideline is to be a) a guide for reporting for authors of RCTs, b) to form a basis for appraisal of an ehealth trial (in terms of validity) CONSORT-EHEALTH  ...  As the CONSORT-EHEALTH checklist is still considered in a formative stage, we would ask that you also RATE ON A SCALE OF 1-5 how important/useful you feel each item is FOR THE PURPOSE OF THE CHECKLIST  ...  On the other hand, an exploratory study of a web portal for pediatric diabetes patiens and their parents reported that users put great value on obtaining information from the site. [46] It might be that  ... 
doi:10.2196/jmir.1964 pmid:22835804 pmcid:PMC3409549 fatcat:rbimjvdl4vd4jdtn533xb3nrve

In eHealth in India today, the nature of work, the challenges and the finances: an interview-based study

Szymon Jarosławski, Gayatri Saberwal
2014 BMC Medical Informatics and Decision Making  
India is a country with vast unmet medical needs. eHealth has the potential to improve the quality of health care and reach the unreached.  ...  Results: A range of programmes is being run, including point-of-care in rural and urban areas, treatment compliance, data collection and disease surveillance, and distant medical education.  ...  We are deeply grateful to IM which has funded several projects of GS's group, including this study. We are also grateful to France Volontaires, Ivry-sur-Seine, which supported SJ in India.  ... 
doi:10.1186/1472-6947-14-1 pmid:24387627 pmcid:PMC3893581 fatcat:dg5mjnqlrfaexnofppjwakf3ni

E-Health Practices and Technologies: A Systematic Review from 2014 to 2019

Maria Helena da Fonseca, Fanny Kovaleski, Claudia Tania Picinin, Bruno Pedroso, Priscila Rubbo
2021 Healthcare  
As there is a lack of similar studies on the topic, this analysis uses a systematic literature review of articles published from 2014 to 2019 to identify the most common e-health practices used worldwide  ...  E-health can be defined as a set of technologies applied with the help of the internet, in which healthcare services are provided to improve quality of life and facilitate healthcare delivery.  ...  Improving access to supportive cancer care through an eHealth application: A qualitative needs assessment among cancer survivors J. Clin.  ... 
doi:10.3390/healthcare9091192 pmid:34574966 fatcat:wgwsxyjmdbbynec3u7iqngoe3e

Abstracts

Ch. Elsner, D. Häckl, H. van der Slikke, V. Della Mea, T.N. Arvanitis, H. Wiesmeth
2007 Technology and Health Care  
Methods: Classical searches are successful in helping users to find pointers to information based keywords such as a telephone number on a web page.  ...  In addition to that, all data is geo-tagged, which enables users to find e.g. diabetics in the same region -this in turn empowers to connect and share experiences.  ...  The eHealth II project aimed at the development of business-to-customer eHealth service models for the care of type 2 diabetes and health examinations in student health care.  ... 
doi:10.3233/thc-2007-15503 fatcat:bjb5zxdzwncrdkdufkdzathke4

Comparison of Community Health Worker–Led Diabetes Medication Decision-Making Support for Low-Income Latino and African American Adults With Diabetes Using E-Health Tools Versus Print Materials

Michele Heisler, Hwajung Choi, Gloria Palmisano, Rebecca Mase, Caroline Richardson, Angela Fagerlin, Victor M. Montori, Michael Spencer, Laurence C. An
2014 Annals of Internal Medicine  
Design-A randomized two-arm trial from 2011-2013. Trial Registration NCT01427660. Setting-Community health center in Detroit serving a Latino and African American lowincome population.  ...  Background-Health care centers serving low-income communities have scarce resources to support medication decision-making among patients with poorly controlled diabetes.  ...  Role of Funding Sources This research was supported a Grant from AHRQ (R18 DK078558) and by Grant Number P30DK092926 (MCDTR) from the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases.  ... 
doi:10.7326/m13-3012 pmid:25402398 pmcid:PMC4391371 fatcat:oonierlp3vfnpamudmipzgjhje

Research Implications for Future Telemedicine Studies and Innovations in Diabetes and Hypertension—A Mixed Methods Study

Patrick Timpel, Lorenz Harst
2020 Nutrients  
(1) Background: The objective of this study was to identify, categorize and prioritize current implications for future research in the use telemedicine for diabetes and hypertension in order to inform  ...  analysis of extracted data on current research needs and a quantitative survey with practitioners and health care researchers in order to prioritize the identified needs. (3) Results: Overall, 32 included  ...  Acknowledgments: We would like to thank Natalie Mütsch (NM) for her support in terms of updating the initial review, data extraction and qualitative analysis of extracted quotes.  ... 
doi:10.3390/nu12051340 pmid:32397096 fatcat:qhnb4ie26vcx7bn4gnrpm5jt3e
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