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Adopting Telemedicine for the Self-Management of Hypertension: Systematic Review

Adopting Telemedicine for the Self-Management of Hypertension: Systematic Review

Providers found significant benefits in the areas of scheduling ease, communications with patients, disease monitoring, and disease management [13].Three theme areas were next tied with each other in incidence.

Michael Mileski, Clemens Scott Kruse, Justin Catalani, Tara Haderer

JMIR Med Inform 2017;5(4):e41


A Mobile Health Intervention Supporting Heart Failure Patients and Their Informal Caregivers: A Randomized Comparative Effectiveness Trial

A Mobile Health Intervention Supporting Heart Failure Patients and Their Informal Caregivers: A Randomized Comparative Effectiveness Trial

For effective disease management, patients must systematically monitor symptoms, including shortness of breath, weight gain, and edema, and follow strict self-care practices including limiting salt and fluid intake, and taking medications as prescribed [3,4

John D Piette, Dana Striplin, Nicolle Marinec, Jenny Chen, Ranak B Trivedi, David C Aron, Lawrence Fisher, James E Aikens

J Med Internet Res 2015;17(6):e142


InSpire to Promote Lung Assessment in Youth: Evolving the Self-Management Paradigms of Young People With Asthma

InSpire to Promote Lung Assessment in Youth: Evolving the Self-Management Paradigms of Young People With Asthma

Since its inception, over 200,000 players registered and were able to solve a previously intractable protein-folding model in less than 10 days.There is tremendous potential to apply gamification to other health problems, specifically chronic disease management

Pierre Elias, Nithin O Rajan, Kara McArthur, Clifford C Dacso

Med 2 0 2013;2(1):e1


Sharing Annotated Audio Recordings of Clinic Visits With Patients—Development of the Open Recording Automated Logging System (ORALS): Study Protocol

Sharing Annotated Audio Recordings of Clinic Visits With Patients—Development of the Open Recording Automated Logging System (ORALS): Study Protocol

Higher recall of medical information is associated with improved disease management, treatment adherence, and higher patient satisfaction; however, recall of medical information is often low, with 40% to 80% of medical information from a clinical visit forgotten

Paul J Barr, Michelle D Dannenberg, Craig H Ganoe, William Haslett, Rebecca Faill, Saeed Hassanpour, Amar Das, Roger Arend, Meredith C Masel, Sheryl Piper, Haley Reicher, James Ryan, Glyn Elwyn

JMIR Res Protoc 2017;6(7):e121