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Respiratory Microbiome and COPD Exacerbations (RESMECOPD)

The global objective of this coordinated project is to test the following hypotheses: 1) the lung microbiome in chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) is different in patients suffering from frequent exacerbations (FE) compared those who do not (NE ); 2) The microbial profile of patients with FE is associated with a different local and systemic inflammatory pattern; and 3) the inflammatory and immune characteristics of COPD are modulated by the intestinal microbiome. ...


Effect of Strength Training for Chronic Low Back Pain Patients

Low back pain (LBP) is common in the population and has great socioeconomic consequences for societies across Europe and the United States. About a third of working-age adults have frequent LBP, and for about 10% the pain becomes chronic with consequences for work and leisure activities. A Cochrane review from April 2017 concluded that physical exercise is an intervention with few adverse events and positive outcomes on pain and function in adults with chronic pain (Geneen 2017...

Project LIFT - Promoting Healthy Behavior Through a Wearable Fitness Device and Financial Incentives

Project LIFT is a randomized, controlled trial that tests the effectiveness of a remotely-monitored, home-based exercise program utilizing wearable fitness trackers to monitor steps taken per day, health engagement questions, and financial incentives. 120 subjects will be randomized into 3 arms: 1) usual care - no fitness tracker or incentive, 2) a fitness tracker + no incentives, and 3) fitness tracker plus financial incentives.


Behavioral Economics-Based Online Lifestyle Balance Program

The objective of this project is to design a Behavioral Economics Based Online Lifestyle Balance Program that employs behavioral economics to engage and motivate adherence to the Internet-based program. We compare the effects of two financial incentives on inducing weight loss: a direct financial incentive for weight loss and a financial incentive for learning health literacy.

Optimizing Audit and Feedback for Primary Care

There remains a large gap between ideal and actual care provided to patients with chronic diseases. Performance feedback reports are often used as a foundation for quality improvement interventions. There have been hundreds of trials investigating the use of feedback reports; the important question to ask now is not whether performance feedback reports can help to improve quality of care, but how to optimize feedback interventions to accomplish that goal. The purpose of this st...

Magnetic Steering Improves CECR

Patients referred for magnetically controlled capsule endoscopy (MCE) in the participating center from June 2017 to March 2018 (anticipated) were prospectively enrolled. Magnetic steering of MCE was performed after standard gastric examination. Capsule endoscopy completion rate (CECR), gastric transit time (GTT), pyloric transit time (PTT) and gastric transit rate (GTT ≤ 30 min) were compared with the historical control group enrolled from January 2017 to May 2017.

Social Norms and Antihypertensive Medication Adherence

The study objective is to build group social norms to improve individual adhere to antihypertensive medications. Financial incentives are provided to individuals contingent upon group behavioral changes. Groups of patients will be formed, and incentivized to interact on a daily basis through social media and participate in a monthly-facilitated meeting at a local clinic. By forming groups, making individual outcomes transparent, and setting financial incentives contingent to gr...

Financial Incentives to Increase Colorectal Cancer Screening in Priority Populations

The investigators propose to build on the success of the Systems of Support to Increase Colorectal Cancer trial (SOS, R01CA121125, Green) and focus on disparity groups who are less likely to be current for colorectal cancer (CRC) screening. We will test whether financial incentives increases screening uptake and decreases screening disparities. The investigators hypothesize that CRC screening rates will be higher in patients offered mailed fecal kits and financial incentives th...

Michigan Contraceptive Access, Research, and Evaluation Study

M-CARES will use large-scale administrative data complemented by follow-up surveys and a randomized control trial (RCT) to estimate the causal impact of greater financial access to contraception on a comprehensive set of outcomes. Outcomes include contraceptive use, pregnancy, childbearing, and parenting strategies; partnership decisions and relationship quality; health and health care use; education, labor market success, and public assistance receipt; financial security; neig...

Survey Study: Financial Impact of Breast Cancer Treatment

A survey study to evaluate the financial impact of breast cancer as self-reported by breast cancer patients over a period of 1 year. The study will also look at the health insurance literacy and patient's utilization of support services.

Internet Assisted Obesity Treatment Enhanced With Financial Incentives

The investigators propose a randomized controlled trial to evaluate whether the addition of financial incentives to a high-quality, online behavioral weight loss intervention produces better weight losses than the online treatment alone.

ShapeUp Empower Study

This randomized controlled trial will evaluate patterns of use and health outcomes of the ShapeUp Empower online program with and without financial incentives for program engagement.

Building Wealth and Health Network: A Microfinance/TANF Demonstration Project

The goals of the The Building Wealth and Health Network (The Network) are to develop and rigorously test an asset building model that will build financial, social and human capital through asset building, financial education and trauma-informed peer support. Program components include: 1) Matched savings accounts; 2) Financial literacy classes; and 3) Peer support groups using the Sanctuary ® trauma-informed approach to social services. This program is offered in partnership w...

Increasing Engagement With a Healthy Food Benefit

In collaboration with Vitality/Discovery in South Africa, an RCT amongst adult enrolled in the lowest tier of Vitality's HealthyFood benefit will be conducted. We will compare the effect of various messaging, and financial incentive strategies on healthy food purchasing behaviors in this population.

The Effect of Different Financial Competing Interest Statements on Readers' Perceptions of Clinical Educational Articles

Financial ties with industry are common among doctors, academics and institutions. This trial aims to investigate the influence of different types of industry-linked activities on readers' perceptions of clinical reviews. Two clinical reviews have been selected on medical topics and study participants (practicing doctors) will be sent one review each. The reviews will be identical except for the inclusion of one of four different permutations of competing interest statements. P...

Electronic Linkage for Inflammatory Bowel Disease to Deliver Joint Access to Health Reports

This study evaluated the extent to which a shared health record facilitated better communication, increase individual responsibility for health care and reduce demand for health resources. The study made individualised reports available to patients and General Practitioners and gave much more detail about participants chronic disease and treatments, and evaluated its effectiveness in a randomised controlled feasibility trial. One third of patients received care as usual...

Financial Incentives for Smoking Treatment

The investigators plan to compare the impact of two approaches for smoking cessation on smoking abstinence, use of evidenced-based therapy, and quality of life among a diverse population of patients at the Manhattan campus of the VA New York Harbor Healthcare System, which serves a critical safety-net role for urban veterans. During hospitalization, all smokers will receive usual care. Patients will be randomized to one of two arms: financial incentives plus usual care vs. usua...

Multi-center Study on Children's and Adolescents' Medulloblastoma Molecular Subgroups in China

Recently, diagnosis and treatments for medulloblastoma becomes more complicated than before since the new World Health Organization (WHO) diagnosis criteria has put molecular marker onto an ever important position. Reports and studies revealed highly correlated connection between subgroups of medulloblastoma and patient outcomes. Children's Oncology Group (COG) has launched many new studies on molecular subgroups-based specific treatment trails. In China, children and adolescen...

Evaluating the Effectiveness of Financial Incentives in Promoting Weight Loss Among Obese Individuals.

Obesity is a major cause of premature aging and the second leading cause of preventable mortality in the United States, accounting for approximately 110,000 deaths per year. Financial incentives have been effective in modifying a number of health behaviors but they have rarely been applied to weight loss, and to the best of our knowledge never to weight loss by low-SES obese veterans. We propose testing two different approaches to using financial incentives to encourage ...

Underreporting of Occupational Blood Exposure (OBE) Among Medical Staff at an University Hospital Center (UHC) in 2017 (OBE PRACTITIONERS UHC 2017)

Regarding 30 to 50% of occupational blood exposure (OBE) are underreporting among health professionals, it's to highlight that the part of medical professionals in OBE reporting is among the lowest (1996 to 2016). The current study is aiming to evaluate the underreporting of this specific occupational accident among medical staff for the year 2017. The investigators are supposing this is declining and the part of OBE reporting is better than before. So the current situation con...

Physician Disclosures in the Real World of Conflicting Interests

This study seeks to ascertain the best way to inform patients about their physicians' conflicts of interest (COI) with industry. Currently, there is no institutional or national standard for such physician-to-patient disclosures. The primary aim of this study is to test different written disclosures and assess their impact on patients' knowledge of their physicians' COIs and on patients' trust in their physician and their healthcare institution. The secondary aim is to investig...

Evaluation of the Brothers United Fatherhood Program

The Brothers United Fatherhood Program (BUFP) will be conducting an evaluation that builds on literature and existing research from the healthy marriage/responsible fatherhood initiatives developed by ACF over the last 10 years, in particular the Supporting Healthy Marriage Program initiative that established a randomized clinical trial. The Brothers United Fatherhood Program will provide important data to expand the area of fatherhood development with the target population. Th...

Improving Diabetes Control Through Peer Counseling and Incentives

The specific aims of this study are to test whether in a cohort of low-income minority veterans with poor diabetes mellitus (DM) control: 1. Peer counseling is an effective means of reducing HbA1c (a measure of glucose control). 2. Financial incentives are an effective means of reducing HbA1c. This is a randomized controlled pilot study. There will be 3 arms: 1) a control group of poorly controlled diabetics getting usual care; 2) peer counseling with no incenti...

GlowCaps Adherence Randomized Control Trial

This randomized control trial will explore interventions to promote medication adherence using a novel electronic device that can track daily pill use. 500 subjects will be randomized into 4 arms of the experiment. In addition to a control arm, our three arms will be: reminders, financial incentives, and reminders and financial incentives.

Study of Economic Circumstances, Service Utilization, and Service Needs Among Older Colon Cancer Patients

The purpose of this study is to learn more about the social and financial impact of colon cancer for older patients. We want to know how cancer has affected the patient financially and socially, and to know if the patient has resource needs that have gone unmet. By doing this study, we hope to learn about resources that can reduce the financial burden from cancer.


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