Patient-Centered Care

Do "Virtual" and "Outpatient" Public Health Tuberculosis Clinics Perform Equally Well? A Program-Wide Evaluation in Alberta, Canada.

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Dec 24, 2015

BACKGROUND: Meeting the challenge of tuberculosis (TB) elimination will require adopting new models of delivering patient-centered care customized to diverse settings and contexts.

Mobile health and patient engagement in the safety net: a survey of community health centers and clinics.

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Jun 03, 2015

Patient-centered technologies have emerged as a way to actively engage patients in care. The reach and potential of cell phones to engage diverse patient populations is great. Evidence of their effectiveness in improving health-related outcomes is limited.

Managing immune diseases in the smartphone era: how have apps impacted disease management and their future?

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Mar 17, 2015

Immunology, similar to other areas of clinical science, is a data-rich discipline that involves a great deal of interaction between healthcare professionals and their patients.

The use of videophones for patient and family participation in hospice interdisciplinary team meetings: a promising approach.

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Nov 02, 2010

Inclusion of patients and caregivers in decisions related to the delivery of care is inherent in the hospice philosophy. Telemedicine technologies offer a potential solution to the challenges presented by the geographic distance between team meetings and the home environment.

Smartphones and pediatric apps to mobilize the medical home.

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Aug 25, 2014

OBJECTIVES: To assess digital access and mobile health in urban pediatric clinics by measuring demographics of smartphone ownership, primary uses of mobile devices by teens vs parents/caregivers, and interest levels in using smartphone health apps.

mHealth tools for the pediatric patient-centered medical home.

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Feb 11, 2014

The concept of the pediatric patient-centered medical home (PCMH) as a theory has been evolving since it was initially conceived more than 40 years ago.

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