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05:03 EDT 20th March 2019 | BioPortfolio

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Evaluating a Telemedicine Smoking Cessation Program in Rural Primary Care Practices

People who smoke cigarettes and live in rural areas may not have access to a wide variety of resources to help them stop smoking. This study will evaluate two smoking cessation programs—an Internet-based telemedicine program and a telephone-based quitline program—among rural residents.


Telemedicine on Metabolic Control in Type 1 Diabetes Mellitus Andalusian Patients (PLATEDIAN)

To assess the effect of a 6-month telemedicine program (DiabeTIC) in patients with type 1 diabetes mellitus (DM1) and regular metabolic control (HbA1c

The Impact of Telehealthcare Intervention on Glycemic Control in Children and Adolescents With Type 1 Diabetes

This study evaluates the effect of telemedicine intervention program upon glycemic control in type 1 diabetes mellitus children and their parents in Israel. Half of the participants will receive the telemedicine intervention for a period of six months while the other half will receive the regular treatment then vice versa. Each group will receive in the intervention period 6 telemedicine meeting with a dietician and six telemedicine meetings with a nurse. The investigators hyp...


IMproving reModeling in Acute myoCardial Infarction Using Live and Asynchronous TElemedicine.

The proposed research aims to compare ventricular remodeling outcomes among patients with AMI and elevated NT-pro-B-type natriuretic peptide receiving telemedicine-guided post-MI treatment vs. non-telemedicine guided treatment.

Telemedicine in Cardiac Surgery: A Pilot Study

Telemedicine has been widely used in managing patients with neurologic disorders or mental illness. Telemedicine is defined as the use of medical information exchanged from one site to another via electronic communications for the health and education of the patient or healthcare provider and for the purpose of improving patient care. According to our knowledge, it has not been used to manage cardiac patients who need postoperative care after discharge from hospitals. T...

Fast-track Discharge With Telemedicine

Evaluation of discharge after arrival at emergency unit, Kolding Hospital combined with treatment and rehabilitation in the home either by telemedicine or the usual treatment

Bihar Evaluation of Social Franchising and Telemedicine

This study will conduct an evaluation of the World Health Partners (WHP) private provider project to see if the social franchising and telemedicine project has an impact on health outcomes in treatment vs. control areas. The evaluation will also estimate specific parameters of the WHP program that can be used to maximize financial sustainability and replicability/scalability of the program.

Telemedicine for Patients With Chronic Respiratory Insufficiency

In unstable patients needing oxygen and/or home mechanical ventilation, a nurse-centred TM programme (supported by continuous availability of a call centre and a pulsed oxygen system) is cost/effective saving health care resources.

Treating Obesity in Underserved Overweight Populations

Obesity has reached epidemic proportions with nearly two-thirds of the US population either overweight or obese. Thus, novel strategies that both improve weight loss maintenance and are accessible to those most in need are the focus of this application, which will determine if a telemedicine system can help participants, who have undergone a weight loss program based in church and community centers, maintain their weight loss over a 1 year period. Telemedicine will provide sup...

Effectiveness of Therapy Via Telemedicine Following Cochlear Implants

This study will assess the effectiveness of post-implant Auditory-Verbal Therapy (AVT) delivered by means of telemedicine technology.

Telemedicine Enhanced Asthma Management - Uniting Providers

This research study is an innovative school-based program for urban children with moderate to severe persistent or difficult-to-control asthma. The Telemedicine Enhanced Asthma Management-Uniting Providers (TEAM-UP) program enhances a school-based, primary care directed asthma program with specialist-supported care to ensure optimal guideline based treatment. This study is a full-scale randomized trial of TEAM-UP versus an enhanced care comparison group. Primary care physicians...

Telemedicine for Improving Outcome in Inner City Patient Population With Hypercapneic Respiratory Failure

The Hypercapnia Telemedicine Outreach Program (E-TOUCH Study) aims to utilize telemedicine technology, as well as emergency medical services (EMS) home visits to address the problem with poor follow-up and compliance among Einstein's hypercapnic patients. The hypothesis is that reaching out to the subjects' homes will allow more consistent healthcare delivery, increase healthcare efficiency and compliance with therapy, and overall decrease acute decompensated states / hypercap...

Telemedicine Program in Type 1 Diabetes and CSII

Diabetes mellitus is a chronic disease of high socio-health relevance for their clinical and economic implications (risk of complications, disability ...) (healthcare costs). Strict glycemic control and intensive treatment and support have shown long-term patient with type 1 diabetes mellitus (DM1) improved health. The intensive insulin therapy involves the administration of insulin through 3 or more injections per day (MDI), or through a continuous subcutaneous insulin infusio...

Telemedicine for PrEP Throughout Mississippi

This study will develop and test a program to deliver PrEP care in underserved communities in Mississippi (MS) through telemedicine, distance-based, clinical care delivered in local community based organizations (CBOs). The intervention will be developed in collaboration with medical specialists at the University of Mississippi Medical Center (UMMC) and local CBO stakeholders (providers, administrators and patients). Approximately 300 individuals will be recruited from CBOs in ...

Telemedicine Consultation in Trauma and Orthopedic

The purpose of this study is to determine whether telemedicine consultations (lead by standard scheme)allows to increase quality of anatomical and functional outcomes and improve clinical work-flow at patients with acute bone and joint trauma, hip pathology and congenital orthopedics abnormalities.

An Integrated Telemedicine-Home Visitation Program to Increase Outcomes for Children With Medical Complexity

Children with medical complexity (CMC) account for $10,000 per child-year.2,3 The hospital component (inpatient consultation service) is further improving outcomes. Having improved both inpatient and outpatient care, the investigators now propose to complete a 360 degree approach by developing and rigorously assessing an integrated telemedicine-home-visitation program (THVP) to augment care for CMC in their homes to reduce the need for clinic visits as well hospitalizations. Bu...

School-Based Tele-Physiatry Assistance for Rehabilitative and Therapeutic Services

Using a randomized trial design, the goal of this project is to prospectively compare outcomes from a telemedicine-based model of care to two cohorts: patients who receive in-person pediatric physiatrist medical direction (the "gold standard"), and those who receive medical oversight from non-specialist community providers. This project will determine the impact of this new model of care using telemedicine on parent/guardian satisfaction, adherence rates to an evidence-based hi...

Remote Orthopedic Outpatient Consultation by Help of Telemedicine

Patients from 4 local communities in northern Norway referred (either new or follow up) to orthopaedic department, University hospital of Northern Norway for outpatient consultation, are randomly assigned to either remote consultation by use of telemedicine (camera and screen), or standard consultation at the hospital. There are x-ray facilities also at the remote site. The patients randomized to telemedicine consultation meet special trained nurses at the remote site, but doct...

Dementia in Long Term Care Facilities: Telemedicine for the Management of Neuropsychiatric Symptoms

Telemedicine may facilitate adequate treatment of Neuropsychiatric symptoms (NPS) by identifying underlying causes and tailoring a treatment plan (pharmacological or non-pharmacologic treatments including provision of staff education and support, training in problem solving, and targeted therapy directed at the underlying causes for specific behaviors).

Technology to Improve the Health of Resource-poor Hispanics With Diabetes

This study evaluates the effect of diabetes group visits that are led by Community Health Workers (CHWs). Half of the subjects will be randomized to receive a 6-month, CHW-led group visit program (intervention) and the other half will be randomized to receive 6-months of treatment as usual in the clinic followed by the group visit program (wait list control). The CHWs will receive training and support via telemedicine.

CONTECI Program: A New Way to Control Peripheral Arterial Disease Using New Technologies

The current increase in chronic diseases calls for changes to the health system. It is necessary to promote expert patient in chronic disease. The expansion of new technologies gives us new tools to face new challenges, providing efficiency, expertise and autonomy. The characteristics of peripheral arterial disease make possible to promote expert patient and the self-management. In order to bring these concepts together the telemedicine program was created to promote expert pat...

Randomized Trial of Telemedicine for Diabetes Care

The IDEATel study is a multicenter randomized controlled trial to evaluate the efficacy, acceptability, and cost-effectiveness of telemedicine case management to provide diabetes care to elderly Medicare beneficiaries residing in medically underserved areas of New York State.

Using a Telemedicine System to Promote Patient Care Among Underserved Individuals

We have established a Telemedicine System for chronic disease management. Based on a personal health record, we have successfully used this system in diverse populations, in over 600 patients, and in multiple disease states (heart failure, CVD risk reduction, gestational diabetes). In this proposal, we will enhance this Telemedicine system to support patient centered care (PCC) by increasing access, incorporating hypertension treatment guideline, quality measures, automating ...

TELEMEDICINE,Maintenance of a Respiratory Rehabilitation Program in Patients With Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease.

Respiratory rehabilitation (RR) has been shown to provide benefits in patients with Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) with a degree of evidence A. These benefits are primarily focused on an increase in the capacity of effort for activities of daily living and in an improvement in the quality of life related to health (HRQOL) a constant to the RR critique is the fact that the benefits achieved with programmes are lost in a progressive and constant way once the patien...

The Impact of Telemedicine to Support Palliative Care Resident in Nursing Home

Investigators hypothesize that telemedicine may be an effective tool to improve palliative care in nursing home, by providing on-site specialized and interprofessional consultation. The objective of this study is to assess the impact of telemedicine in decreasing the rate of hospitalization, compared with usual care, in nursing home resident with palliative care needs.


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