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Project Aura: Home Trial of a Home-based Monitoring Service

This is a data collection study to compare diagnostic methods of a prototype of a home monitoring device against laboratory testing in the hospital.


Sheba Medical Center Home Monitoring Clinic Registry

The purpose of the registry is to assess workload of a Home Monitoring based follow up for Biotronik ICD and CRTD patients.

Home-Based Mental Health Evaluation (HOME): A Multi-Site Trial

The purpose of this project is to investigate the effectiveness of the Home-Based Mental Health Evaluation (HOME) program, which is an innovative and culturally-relevant suicide prevention intervention for Veterans aimed at increasing treatment engagement and decreasing suicide risk following psychiatric hospitalization, a period of heightened suicide risk.


PERTH 2: Co-design of a Home-based Monitoring Service for Cancer Patients to Optimize Delivery of Systemic Therapy.

Iterative co-design study where patients receiving systemic cancer therapy, carers and healthcare professionals involved in delivering cancer therapy, work with Entia to design a home based blood monitoring service. The iterative process means that at each stage of the development process, Entia will be building on what is learnt in the previous stage.

Evaluating a Real-Time, Remote Monitoring System for Home-Based HIV Testing

This study explores whether offering follow-up counseling and referral over the phone after using a home-based HIV test increases rates of ever and repeat testing, compared with home-based testing with no follow-up (HBST alone) or mailing reminders for clinic-based testing.

Enhanced Post-discharge Home-based Care Program (EHP) for Stroke Survivors in Harbin China

In China, about 70% of stroke survivors are living with the negative consequences of stroke. Post stroke home-based care, a broad concept of rehabilitation, is an important care strategy to enhance recovery and improve quality of life for stroke survivors. However, home-based healthcare service is less available for patients discharged home from hospital. The investigators propose to develop and evaluate a home-based nursing intervention program to provide tailored and timely s...

Project Aura: Co-design

Co-design of a home-based haemoglobin monitoring system with participants with anaemia of chronic kidney disease.

Home Blood Pressure Monitoring Project

The goal of this project is to improve hypertension control at Kaiser Permanente Colorado (KPCO) by implementing a population-based multi-factorial intervention that uses home BP monitors that can download BP readings to KPCO's health records via internet, interactive voice response (IVR) technology, and multidisciplinary care team. Participants will be randomized to either the home blood pressure monitoring group reciving the multi-factorial intervention or the usual care gro...

The RAD-HOME Project: a Pilot Study of Domiciliary Teleradiology

Aim of the study is to assess feasibility and safety of a public territorial radiology service for home hospitalized frail elderly patients whose health conditions discourage the transportation to hospital.

New Ulm at HOME (Healthy Offerings Via the Mealtime Environment), NU-HOME

The goal of the proposed project is to see if an innovative family-based intervention can reduce childhood obesity by actively engaging the whole family in promoting healthy behaviors in the home. In addition, the project will also examine how the NU-HOME family intervention influences children's dietary intake, availability of healthy and unhealthy foods in the home and served at meals and snacks, physical activity as a family, and child screen time (TV, game systems). The stu...

Asthma In-Home Monitoring (AIM) Trial

OBJECTIVE: Determine whether home asthma telemonitoring using store-and-forward technology improves outcomes when compared to in-person, office-based visits.

Evaluate the Benefits of Pacemaker Follow-Up With Home-Monitoring

The study investigates whether home monitoring follow-up of Pace-Maker patients is as efficient as conventional method in terms of Significant Serious Adverse Event (SSAE).

Aptus at Home: Co-design of a Home-based Monitoring System for Anaemia

Co-design of a home-based anaemia monitoring system with participants who have previous diagnosis of anaemia.

An Evaluation of Home-Based Telemedicine Services

Tele-home health care, which providers for video interactions between home-based veterans and home care nurses, is a potentially useful adjunct to home care services. However, few randomized trials have been conducted of this technology.

Home Blood Pressure in Hypertension Management

This is a prospective randomized study with two arms: the Conventional and Ambulatory blood pressure monitoring arm and the Home blood pressure monitoring arm. The study will include both previously treated and untreated individuals. Before randomization and in the end of the study, measurements will be performed using all three blood pressure monitoring methods (Conventional, Ambulatory and Home) as well as assessment of target organ damage (microalbuminuria, electrocardiogra...

Home-based Transitional Telecare for Older Veterans

The project focuses on supporting home care in the post-hospitalization period (Home Health Phase), and then further optimizing the older Veterans' recovery of mobility and physical activity in the transition back to the home/community (Follow-up Phase).

Influence of Home Monitoring on the Clinical Status of Heart Failure Patients With an Impaired Left Ventricular Function

Re-hospitalizations or deaths by worsening heart failure are often preceded by distinct trends of clinical parameters such as atrial or ventricular arrhythmia, activity, heart rate variability, or ventricular ectopy. The Home Monitoring™ capability offered by BIOTRONIK active implants has the potential to detect some of these trends early and thus to offer the possibility to intervene in time for prevention of fatal worsening of heart failure. To investigate the predictive v...

Enhanced Care Home Outcomes: A Qualitative Study

This qualitative study uses focus group methodology and purposive sampling with the aim of obtaining views of Care Home Support Service staff and other stakeholders about their experiences of a redesigned National Health Service (NHS) Care Home Support Service. Individual stakeholder focus groups will be conducted with General Practitioners (GP), care home staff, relatives of residents in care homes, service-user representatives (Total N=32, across 4 focus groups). This study f...

Virtual Clinic Pacemaker Follow-up

Patients with implanted pacemakers are currently seen by their cardiologists every 6-12 months. Shorter follow-up intervals are generally seen as excessive workload for the physician, with little benefit for the patient. Longer intervals are seen as too dangerous concerning device integrity and safety. This scheme still results in a large number of follow-up visits with little or no important changes in pacemaker therapy. Our clinical trial investigates efficacy and safety of ...

Nutritional Status and Medication Treatment in Home-dwelling Older Adults

The project "Nutrition and Medication management in home-dwelling older adults" consist of two separate studies witch are described in the same study protocol. This is the first study in this Project. The second study is described separately; Identification: 2017/12883-2 Malnutrition is common in older adults. The causes are many and include adverse drug effects. Loss of appetite, nausea, or dry mouth are adverse drug effects, which may contribute to malnutrition. Knowledge ab...

ELECTOR Treat-to-target Via Home-based Disease Activity Monitoring of Patients With Rheumatoid Arthritis

The aim of this study is to explore whether the effectiveness of home-based disease activity monitoring via a home-based (eHealth) intervention is superior to standard clinical disease activity assessment in obtaining and maintaining a low(er) disease activity in patients with rheumatoid arthritis (RA).

Is Relapse Rate Reduced by Home Monitoring of IBD Patients Tightly or on Demand by FC and Disease Activity?

The purpose of this study is to determine if the IBD patient doing home monitoring by web app's for disease activity (DA) and fecal calprotectin (FC) on demand (OD), compared with patients doing home monitoring scheduled interval combined with "on demand"(SI+OD) ( every 3.month). Will home monitoring of DA and FC OD vs SI+OD reduce frequency of relapse in one year follow up? Is the frequent FC measurement in SI+OD test group predictive of an early recognition of relapse,...

Relative Effects and Predictive Models of Contemporary Upper Limb Training Programs in Stroke Patients

The findings of this study will advance movement reorganization mechanism underlying treatment approaches and clinical intervention techniques. These findings may inform rehabilitation professionals about which treatment approach is superior to another one in certain aspect of outcome and who can benefit most from certain treatment approach. Accordingly, the results of this project may help us move quickly to design and develop efficient and effective rehabilitation programs fo...

Enhance Drug Compliance in Response to Home Blood Pressure(BP) Monitoring in Older People

Clinical Trial: The investigators aims at comparing providing validated home BP device, followed by group education of self-management of hypertension as well as self-BP monitoring and appropriate medication in response to home BP reading, followed by nurse follow up with usual care, which may possibly improve older adults with uncontrolled hypertensions drug adherence, and therefore improve their BP level in primary care setting. The investigators will invite total 270 pati...

Developing and Piloting a Multi-component Technology-based Care Intervention to Address Patient Symptoms and Caregiver Burden in Home Hospice. Phase 1.

With the growth of hospice, older adults have the opportunity to receive home-based care aimed at reducing suffering and focusing on quality of life at the end of life. While use of technology and educational videos has yet to be fully developed, structured, and evaluated in home hospice care, it has shown promise to improve care in other settings. Therefore, this study aims to develop and evaluate a multi-component technology-based care intervention, i.e., Improving Home hospi...


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