Apple, Anthem launch 2-year study of asthma app, connected devices

Mobi Health News

The 900-participant study uses learnings from Apple's Tueo Health acquisition and could inform the development of a digital biomarker for asthma

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Oracle InForm Study Building

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Providing resources to build and support clinical studies in InForm. The company needed to supplement its study-building capabilities with outside support. Resources from our InForm build team assisted with study builds, including library development and template creation. Multiple studies built in compliance with the company’s SOPs. Oracle InForm Study-in-a-Box Jump Start. Does your organization face similar study-building challenges?

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VR is just as effective for naloxone training as in-person instruction, study says

Mobi Health News

The results of this study offer public health workers a scalable, low-cost and effective way to educate the community on how to treat someone experiencing an opioid overdose

Sony study reinforces importance of remote monitoring

Mobi Health News

The study was published in time for the American Telemedicine Association's virtual conference today. Nearly 90% of people managing chronic conditions in the U.S. surveyed for Sony’s mSafety Wearable Platform Division said they could better manage their conditions with remote monitoring. It looked at the rate of adoption and interest in remote health-monitoring technology targeted at people living with chronic conditions. TOP-LINE DATA

Cognoa targets De Novo authorization for its autism diagnostic after reporting strong pivotal study results

Mobi Health News

The company said that its tool was "highly accurate" in a 425-participant study conducted across 14 U.S. sites

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Study finds CBT app Daylight reduces symptoms of anxiety

Mobi Health News

The study also found that individuals experienced a greater remission in anxiety than those in the control group.

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Early data from Fitbit study indicates it can predict COVID-19 before symptoms show

Mobi Health News

Fitbit may be able to detect COVID-19 in patients before they start to feel symptoms, based on early findings from the company’s “Assessment of physiological signs associated with COVID-19 measured using wearable devices” preprint study.

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Apple Heart Study researchers find success in recruitment, struggle with engagement

Mobi Health News

The study enrolled 420,000, but many participants with suspected atrial fibrillation failed to follow up with a study doctor.

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NIH grant gives Roundtrip $252K to study impacts of transportation on opioid use disorder treatment

Mobi Health News

Roundtrip, the University of Pennsylvania, Lyft and Contra Costa Health services are joining forces to conduct the study

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NEJM, Lancet retract coronavirus studies

Morning eHealth

CDC head apologizes for lack of disparity data — GAO cites 'Mar-a-Lago 3' influence on VA

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HCQ study raises data questions

Morning eHealth

Telehealth: gaps and polls — HHS watchdog pledges independence

JAMA study finds telemedicine catching on but still relatively rare

Mobi Health News

The study also found that comprehensive parity state mandates and the lack of psychiatrists were factors in telemedicine usage.

Despite potential, mental health app usage remains low, study shows

Mobi Health News

A recent study published by JMIR Mental Health showed only about 10 percent of mental health patients surveyed used apps.

New study finds health chatbot decreases uncertainty among patients

Mobi Health News

The JAMA study also found that patients employing Buoy Health's tool reduced the level of urgency they originally associated with their condition.

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Sleepio study suggests insomnia treatment could also improve depressive symptoms

Mobi Health News

The use of cognitive-behavioral therapy interventions, such as Big Health’s Sleepio program, has been found to improve both sleep and mental health in individuals with insomnia and clinically significant depressive symptoms, according to new research published in the Journal of Sleep Research.

Virtual physiotherapy study shows it is just as effective as in-person treatment

Mobi Health News

A new study of 27,000 virtual physiotherapy patients has concluded that digital physiotherapy must become a significant part of the treatment mix post COVID-19

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Study: 70% of Americans Feel Healthcare System Difficult To Navigate

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Study: Majority of mental health patients would consider giving clinicians access to phone behaviors, locations

Mobi Health News

A small study published in JMIR Mental Health found that 84 percent of surveyed patients living with mental illness were willing to use apps that would collect and share biomarkers

Study: Lower back pain patients using digital program report significant reduction in pain

Mobi Health News

The study found that high-risk patients who used the teleconsultation feature also had better outcomes than their peers who did not.

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Low retention, unrepresentative samples prevalent among large app-based digital health studies

Mobi Health News

A recently published analysis of eight digital studies found a median dropoff of 5.5 days, as well as a predominantly young and white pool of participants

Improving Healthcare Experiences with Collaboration: Case Studies

CiscoHealth

Collaboration case studies collaboration healthcare hospital telehealth telemedicineAt the very core, healthcare is about collaboration between caregivers and patients. Read on for examples of how healthcare organizations worldwide are improving patient care and business processes using collaboration technologies.

Apple adds SpO2 & V02 Max to Apple Watch Series 6, and launches three new studies

Mobi Health News

The new sensor brings Apple up to speed with its competitors, but could lead to bigger announcements down the road

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New Accenture study reveals emerging trends in digital health

Mobi Health News

Healthcare organizations must become more collaborative with patients, employees, partners and the public when creating digital innovations to have success in the future, according to research from Accenture. The professional services company released its "Digital Health Technology Vision 2020" report that identified five trends that emerged before the COVID-19 pandemic, but that have only accelerated because of it

A Study in Personality Tests: The Enneagram Quiz

Perficient

The first post of the series, A Study in Personality Tests: What Can They Do for You? Communications Life at Perficient Personal Branding Studies & Tests career development Collaboration professional development psychology study

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Study shows more physicians are embracing telemedicine, especially in metro areas

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The number of US physicians who list telemedicine as a skill doubled from 2015 to 2018, according to a recent study done by Doximity , a network of healthcare professionals. The study also reports significant growth in telemedicine patient visits, which increased annually by 261 percent between 2015 and 2017. The Doximity study ranked the top 10 U.S. ” 2019 Telemedicine and Locum Tenens Opportunities Study.

Announcing Perficient’s Forrester Consulting-Commissioned Study: Get Supply Chain Right!

Perficient

We are excited to announce the launch of our recent study, Get Supply Chain Right! Our study found that companies using manual, rules-based processes face challenges managing their supply chains and fulfilling orders without the addition of intelligent and automated order management systems.

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American Well, Stanford physicians to share lessons learned from Apple Heart Study at HIMSS

Mobi Health News

American Well General Manager for Strategic Solutions Dr. Jeff Kosowsky and Stanford Associate Professor of Medicine Dr. Mintu Turakhia will talk lessons learned from the Apple Heart Study next month at HIMSS20.

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Study: Years later, pedometer-based walking interventions remain impactful

Mobi Health News

A recent study found fewer health events in the four years following a 12-week behavior change program.

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Study: Blood pressure telemonitoring yields short-term blood pressure reduction

Mobi Health News

A new JAMA Cardiology study revealed that while telemonitoring helps lower blood pressure in patients with uncontrolled hypertension, the results are not long lasting

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Apple & UCLA kick off device-driven depression and anxiety study

Mobi Health News

The three-year investigation will use iPhones, Apple Watches and Beddit trackers to monitor sleep, physical activity, heart rate and other daily behaviors

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Hot flashes decrease by 50 percent in VRHealth pilot study

Mobi Health News

In a small pilot study, participants that used the VR system reported experiencing a decrease in hot flashes and stress

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New Aetna, U.S. News study highlights COVID-19's disproportionate impact on vulnerable communities

FierceHealthIT

News study highlights COVID-19's disproportionate impact on vulnerable communities. New Aetna, U.S. pminemyer. Mon, 09/21/2020 - 13:43

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Study: Medication reminder apps improved heart patients’ adherence

Mobi Health News

A study recently published in Heart found that coronary heart disease (CHD) patients assigned a smartphone app for medication reminders demonstrated greater adherence than those who did not

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Study Finds Telehealth Virtual Visits ‘Vastly Preferred to Office Visits by Patients’

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A study published in The American Journal of Managed Care in January 2019 has found that telehealth virtual visits offer a variety of benefits across the care continuum. Specifically, the study authors note that virtual video visits offer “enhanced convenience and reduced travel time” to patients, while clinicians are given the opportunity to “enhance connections with patients.”. Breaking Down the Findings from MGH's Study on Telehealth Virtual Visits. virtual studies

Study: In-home stroke rehabilitation comparable to clinician-guided therapy

Mobi Health News

Both study groups used an app-based therapy, and required a similar number of sessions to become proficient in specific rehabilitation tasks

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Apple, J&J open enrollment of Heartline Study to Medicare seniors with iPhones

Mobi Health News

The study will use the smartphones, Apple Watches and a custom health engagement program to influence stroke risk and atrial fibrillation detection

Private plans pay 247% more for hospital services than Medicare does, study finds

FierceHealthIT

Private plans pay 247% more for hospital services than Medicare does, study finds. pminemyer. Thu, 09/17/2020 - 14:18

Fitbit launches large-scale consumer health study to detect a-fib via heart rate sensors, algorithm

Mobi Health News

The Fitbit Heart Study is looking to enroll 200,000 to 250,000 device owners, and will support clinical evaluation and regulatory submissions of the company's PPG atrial fibrillation algorithm

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Study: App accurately tracks Parkinson's disease symptoms

Mobi Health News

But now a new smartphone app can now detect the severity of symptoms in patients with Parkinson’s disease remotely, according to a recent study published by JAMA. Capturing a patient’s experience outside the doctor’s office has been an ongoing struggle when it comes to treating Parkinson’s disease.

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Sound security practices key to fulfilling telehealth's promise, study shows

Healthcare IT News - Telehealth

More than 70 percent of respondents polled by cybersecurity firm CynergisTek say they'll keep using telehealth services, even once the pandemic subsides.