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10:54 EST 15th December 2017 | BioPortfolio

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Bilicurves: Using Information Technology to Improve the Management of Neonatal Hyperbilirubinemia

We will use information technology to integrate the 2004 American Academy of Pediatrics guidelines for management of neonatal hyperbilirubinemia with laboratory reporting of newborn bilirubin test results to improve physician adherence to the guidelines and quality of care.


Assessing the Impact of Health Information Exchange (HIE) on Healthcare Utilization

The purpose of this study is to assess usage of the virtual health record (VHR), and determine the effects of this technology on healthcare utilization.

Evaluation of the Health Digital Territories Program in the Five Pilot Territories (EvaTSN Project )

The aim is to evaluate a national health information technology-based program to improve healthcare coordination and access to information.


Anesthesiology Control Tower

The purpose of this study is to implement an Anesthesiology Control Tower (ACT). This pilot study will employ the existing information technology infrastructure at Barnes Jewish Hospital to create a remote monitoring and alerting system for the operating rooms. Similar to "telemedicine" methods employed in critical care, the ACT will support operating room clinicians in adhering to best-practice principles.

Information and Communication Technology (ICT)- Based Centralized Monitoring System of Asthma Control

The aims of this study is to evaluation of the clinical efficacy and stability of Information and Communication Technology (ICT)- based centralized monitoring system of asthma control monitoring in asthma patients. We planed to enroll 100 asthma patients (50 subjects using ICT systems, 50 controls). We will monitor the asthma control status, lung function, exacerbation rate and stability of ICT systems. This study is based upon work supported by the Ministry of Trade, Industry...

Information and Communication Technology (ICT) Based Centralized Clinical Trial Monitoring System for Drug Adherence

Immunosuppression nonadherence is associated with acute rejection and renal allograft loss in kidney transplant recipients. This study suggested information and communication technology (ICT) based centralized monitoring system for clinical trial in supporting drug adherence of kidney transplantation patients. A prospective, randomized controlled and multicenter study aims to investigate the effectiveness and stability of ICT based intervention. This study is based upon...

Patient-Empowered Mobile Technology in Hospitalized Patients: Technology Resources to Understand Pain Assessment in Patients With Pain (TRU-PAIN)

The purpose of this study is to learn more about the ways in which mobile technology can be integrated into inpatient care to help better track pain levels using mobile technology of patients with sickle cell disease, oncology patients, and bone marrow transplant patients. The study will assess whether or not daily mobile monitoring with wearable accelerometers (devices that detect movement as well as heart-rate) to monitor and manage medical treatments can have a lasting posit...

A Novel Healthcare Information Technology Tool to Improve Care in Patients With Atrial Fibrillation

Patients with implantable heart devices including pacemakers, defibrillators, and cardiac monitors may not seek regular medical care related to their implanted devices. These devices are capable of detecting abnormal heart rhythms or other device abnormalities that may benefit from clinical action or oversight. A novel healthcare information technology has been developed and is being implemented clinically for screening of patients with cardiac rhythm devices who seek care in t...

Study With Information Technology (IT) - Aided Preventive Program in Schizophrenia

Information Technology-aided Program of Relapse Prevention in Schizophrenia (ITAREPS) will decrease the number of hospitalizations in patients with schizophrenia or schizoaffective disorder who are treated in the outpatient psychiatric setting, as evidenced by the reduction of the total number of hospitalizations due to relapse of psychosis at the end of the 12-months follow-up period in the active ITAREPS group compared to the control (treatment-as-usual) group.

Patient Safety Learning Laboratory: Making Acute Care More Patient-Centered

The Brigham and Women's Hospital (BWH) Patient Safety Learning Laboratory (PSLL) focuses on developing health information technology (HIT) tools to engage patients, family, and professional care team members in reliable identification, assessment, and reduction of patient safety threats in real-time, before they manifest in actual harm.

Assisted Reproductive Technology Survey (ART Survey)

The purpose of the study is to collate local information to better understand the motivations, accessibility and frequency of assisted reproductive technology (ART) use in the community.

User Evaluation of the Peristomal Skin Condition in Ostomates Using ConvaTec Moldable Technology™

The primary aim of this study is to demonstrate the maintenance of healthy peri-stomal skin over a two month period in subjects who use ConvaTec Moldable Technology™ Skin Barriers as part of their standard protocol of care following surgery.

Value of Technology to Transfer Discharge Information

The transition from hospital to home is a high-risk period in a patient’s illness. Poor communication between healthcare providers at hospital discharge is common and contributes to adverse events affecting patients after discharge. The importance of good communication at discharge will increase as more primary care providers delegate inpatient care to hospitalists. Any process that improves information transfer among providers at discharge might improve the health and safety...

Empowering Elders Through Technology

Telehomecare is a technology that individuals use in their homes to communicate with health providers electronically. This technology can help them function at a higher level and avoid undesirable hospitalizations by making changes in their everyday behaviors, but research is needed to understand how telehomecare supports health behavior change and leads to improved health status. The hypothesis being tested is that the use of an electronic method of monitoring and tran...

Using Information Technology to Improve Asthma Adherence

The purpose of this study is to determine whether providing patient medication adherence information on inhaled corticosteroid use to clinicians will result in improved patient adherence and asthma control.

Health Information Technology to Improve Bedtime Media Use in Children

The objective of this study is to use health information technology to implement and evaluate a counseling recommendation for children who suffer from problematic sleep associated with bedtime media use. Participants will be randomized by clinic to be screened for basic sleep concerns and receive appropriate counseling, or to be screened for sleep concerns and media use, and receive appropriate counseling.

Reducing Sedentary Behaviour With Technology

Cancer-related fatigue (CRF) can be experienced by individuals with Prostate Cancer (PC), which can have profound effects on their well-being. Although physical activity has been shown to improve CRF, the recommended levels are generally not met. Step count and distance traveled information can help individuals to increase their physical activity. Wearable technology (WEAR) provides the user with feedback of their physical activity which can motivate behaviour change. Similarly...

Electrical Coupling Information From The Rhythmia HDx System And DirectSense Technology In Subjects With Paroxysmal Atrial Fibrillation

The objective of the study is to collect data on the use of the Rhythmia HDx mapping system running commercially available Software Version 2.0 or any future commercially available Software Version with DirectSense technology and the IntellaMap OrionTM mapping catheter in patients indicated for ablation treatment for de-novo Paroxysmal Atrial Fibrillation (PAF). The study will collect specific information to characterize the DirectSense technology in subjects undergoing cathete...

Depression Screening in Primary Care: Using HIT for Patients With Limited English

This study assessed the potential of Health Information Technology (HIT) to improve the screening, diagnosis, and treatment of depression and post-traumatic stress among LEP Southeast Asians. Should this intervention be found to be effective, the principles of the HIT technology could be easily adapted for screening in other languages to increase the recognition and treatment of depression and PTSD in primary care settings.

Mobile Phone Technology to Increase Genetic Counseling

This innovative project seeks to harness mobile phone technology as a means to take preventive health care to a new level among ovarian cancer survivors. Using the Fogg Behavioral Model, developed from the concept of persuasive technology, this study proposes to develop the Mobile Application for Genetic Information on Cancer (mAGIC) intervention to motivate ovarian cancer survivors to undergo genetic counseling. The overall study objective is to develop and assess the feasibil...

Safety and Efficacy of Using GlucoSat Technology For Non-Invasive Glucose Measurement

This study is a prospective, open label, controlled, single center study. 40 patients will be recruited for the study, according to patients’ inflow and meeting eligibility criteria. Primary Goal * To evaluate the safety of the GlucoSat technology as a non-invasive blood glucose level measurement technology. Secondary Goal * To assess the efficacy of the GlucoSat technology as a non-invasive blood glucose level measurement technology.

A Pilot Test of t:Slim X2 With Control-IQ Technology

A 36-48 hour admission testing the t:slim X2 with Control-IQ Technology

Implications for Management of PET Amyloid Classification Technology in the Imaging Dementia(IDEAS) Trial

The main purpose of this study is to build upon the evidence captured in the Imaging Dementia - Evidence for Amyloid Scanning (IDEAS; NCT02420756) trial to include valuable information regarding patient-reported outcomes and physician confidence in diagnosis and management based on the Implications for Management of PET Amyloid Classification Technology (IMPACT; NCT number not yet assigned) trial design.

Endoleak Repair Guided by Navigation Technology

The study is aimed at investigating whether repair of endoleak type II can be improved by adding navigation technology. Can this technology increase precision by guiding the needle that punctures through the skin as used during the repair procedure? Can the procedure logistics be improved by using navigation technology instead of computed tomography (CT) guidance of the needle puncture? Parameters logged during the procedure: - was the needle placement successful? ...

Improving Outcomes Using Technology for Children Who Are DHH

This study evaluates the efficacy of using augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) technology for enhancing language development in children who are deaf or hard of hearing. Half of the participants will receive AAC technology with their speech and language therapy and half will continue with their usual care models.


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