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13:30 EST 16th December 2018 | BioPortfolio

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The Impact of Family Financial Support on Health Related Quality of Life

We have partnered with financial coaching organizations to establish what we have termed a "Medical-Financial Partnership (MFP)" that offers financial coaching to improve financial and mental health. We will evaluate the MFP's impact on health related quality of life using the PROMIS-10 Global Short Form.


Financial Distress in Patients With Advanced Cancer

Advanced cancer has an adverse effect in virtually all dimensions of patients' lives (physical, psychosocial, spiritual, familial, role function). One of the less frequently explored effects of cancer is its impact on personal finances and the contribution of financial-related distress to overall suffering and quality of life. Financial issues have been recently found to be the second most frequent source of distress identified by cancer patients in a community cancer center co...

Outcomes From Home in Patients Recovering From Major Gynecologic Cancer Surgery: Measuring Symptoms and Health-related Quality of Life

This study is being done to see if most patients are willing and able to report how they are feeling after surgery using the internet, and if this information can help doctors and nurses detect concerning symptoms after surgery. This study uses a special new website called STAR ("Symptom Tracking and Reporting for Patients"). Patients can logon to STAR and answer questions about how they are feeling. Then, doctors and nurses can look at this information during clinic appoint...


The Impact of Family Financial Support on Child Health

The investigators have partnered with financial coaching organizations to establish what the investigators have termed a "Medical-Financial Partnership (MFP)" that offers financial coaching to improve financial and mental health.The investigators will evaluate the MFP's impact on child overall health rating.

Clinic-Based Financial Coaching and Family Health and Development

This study will examine the impact of clinic-based financial coaching on parent health-related quality of life and child development measures, as well as family social needs for families with young children receiving pediatric care at a primary care practice in the Los Angeles County safety net.

Consumer Engagement to Increase Advance Care Planning

The specific aims of the project are: 1) to test the effectiveness of consumer-directed financial incentives paired with provider-directed financial incentives, compared to provider-directed financial incentives alone, for increasing advance care planning (ACP) among Medicaid beneficiaries; and 2) to assess perceptions regarding the appropriateness of consumer-directed financial incentives for ACP among study participants. The investigators hypothesize that consumer-directed fi...

Feasibility Study of the Head and Neck Survivorship Tool: Assessment and Recommendations (HN-STAR)

This study is being done to understand how survivors of head and neck cancer think they can make HN-STAR (the Survivor Self-Assessment, the survivorship clinic experience, and the Survivorship Care Plan the best it can be. Once the investigators have your input and input from other survivors, they can make changes to HN-STAR, so that they can test this tool in a larger study. The larger study will tell them whether using HN-STAR improves the care of head and neck cancer survivo...

Financial Incentives for Care Gaps

This project seeks to understand how individuals respond to financial incentive programs for wellness care. In a randomized controlled trial among customers with care gaps, the investigators will experimentally compare the impacts of incentives for gap closure (gift cards), information on existing gaps (mailers), and no intervention. The research objectives are to assess how responsive individuals are to incentives for, and to information about, existing care gaps; and to asses...

The Impact of Family Financial Support on Parental Mental Health

We have partnered with financial coaching organizations to establish what we have termed a "Medical-Financial Partnership (MFP)" that offers financial coaching to improve financial and mental health. We will evaluate the MFP's impact on mental health using the Kessler-6 emotional distress scale.

PaRTNer: Patient Reported Outcomes and Financial Toxicity in Head and Neck Cancer A Pilot, Survey Based Study

The purpose of this single institution, pilot study is to explore the out of pocket (OOP)costs and financial toxicity of cancer care for patients during definitive treatment of head and neck cancer with radiation therapy with or without chemotherapy and surgical resection. The study team will assess how the financial burden of cancer care impacts quality of life as well as treatment-related decision-making from a patient perspective.

The Impact of Family Financial Support on Cognition

We have partnered with financial coaching organizations to establish what we have termed a "Medical-Financial Partnership (MFP)" that offers financial coaching to improve financial and mental health. We will evaluate the MFP's impact on cognition using the PROMIS Cognition Short form 8a.

Financial Incentives for Weight Reduction Study

Financial incentives for motivating changes in health behavior, particularly for weight loss in obese individuals, are increasingly being tested by health insurers, employers, and government agencies. However, a key unanswered question regarding weight loss is how to structure these incentive programs to maximize their effectiveness, acceptability to patients, and economic sustainability. Focusing on obese patients living in neighborhoods with a high concentration of low socioe...

The Impact of Family Financial Support on Parental Stress

We have partnered with financial coaching organizations to establish what we have termed a "Medical-Financial Partnership (MFP)" that offers financial coaching to improve financial and mental health. We will evaluate the MFP's impact on family economic strain and parental stress.

Comparing Differing Financial Incentive Structures for Increasing Antidepressant Adherence Among Adults

The investigators will test using financial incentives by leveraging decision-making biases to improve adherence to antidepressants among adults newly prescribed antidepressants. This study will compare the effects of usual care, increasing financial incentives, and decreasing financial incentives on daily antidepressant medication adherence and depression symptom control of non-elderly adults with Major Depressive Disorder.

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...

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...

Intervention on Maternal Health Care in Rural China

This project aims to strengthen and improve the performance of health care system in rural China in order to improve maternal and child health. It also provides policy-makers and health service managers with evidence for the development of informed policy on maternal and child health (MCH). The research focuses on women of reproductive age in rural areas of China as well as on their antenatal and obstetric care service providers, both clinicians and policy makers. For the Membe...

Financial Incentives to Translate ALLHAT Into Practice: A Randomized Trial

The purpose of this study is to determine whether financial incentives for guideline-recommended treatment of hypertension are effective. We hypothesize that patients with hypertension cared for by physicians or physician groups receiving financial incentives will be more likely to be prescribed guideline-recommended anti-hypertensive medications and achieve JNC-7 guideline-recommended blood pressure goals compared to patients who are treated by providers that do not receive an...

Financial Incentive for Smoking Cessation in Pregnancy

Maternal smoking during pregnancy (MSDP) increases the risk of adverse pregnancy and birth outcomes and may have long-lasting effects in the offspring.Financial incentives may increase smoking abstinence rate in pregnancy and therefore reduce MSDP related negative health effects. This is a randomized open label study comparing financial incentives for smoking abstinence with no financial incentives for smoking abstinence.Research objectives 1. To test the efficacy of financi...

Financial Incentives to Increase Pediatric HIV Testing

The purpose of this study is to determine whether giving small financial incentives will motivate parents to test their children for HIV.

Increase HIV Testing Among Truck Drivers and Female Sex Workers in Kenya Through Offering HIV Self-Testing

The study aimed to assess whether advertising the availability of self-administered oral HIV testing kits increases the number of truck drivers and female sex workers who come to the North Star Alliance clinics for HIV testing (Demand creation). The investigators sent text messages to eligible truck drivers and female sex workers registered in the North Star Alliance electronic health record system who, based on those records, were not accessing HIV testing regularly and random...

Enhancing Physical Activity and Weight Reduction Through Smartcare and Financial Incentives

The investigators are planning to conduct a pilot RCT of young obese population to evaluate the effect of smartcare with or without financial incentives for 12 weeks. Participants will be randomly assigned to a three-arm of control, smartcare, and smartcare plus financial incentives group.

The Star Excursion Balance Test: Analysis of Children With Cerebral Palsy

PURPOSE: The investigators estimated the reliability, standard error of measurement (SEM), and minimum detectable change (MDC) of the star excursion balance test (SEBT) in children with cerebral palsy (CP). METHODS: Eight children with CP (four boys and four girls, sixteen legs) participated in this study. Each child carried out the SEBT and was assessed by two examiners. To determine intra-rater reliability, the investigators calculated the intra-class correlation coeff...

Financial and Mental Health: Exploratory Research

This project will develop a model for providing low-income people with mental illness with supports that enable them to manage their money as well as possible so that they are better able to meet their basic needs, to experience less anxiety about finances, and to live fulfilling lives in the community with the greatest possible degree of independence. The project will work within a citizenship-oriented approach to mental health care, which promotes recovery through linking peo...

Singapore Cardiac Longitudinal Outcomes Database

The research project aims to perform data extraction, integration and analysis across multiple clinical, administrative, financial and pharmacy databases in the participating institutions. The key data components will include clinical cardiovascular specific data, procedural data, financial and administrative data (e.g. cost of medications and supplies, length of stay, diagnosis codes etc.), short-to-long term clinical outcomes (including hospital re-admissions, cardiovascular ...


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