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Short message service (SMS) or text messaging protocol draws on the experience of a number of interventions that have been independently studied and shown to improve health outcomes. This study uses an SMS/text messaging coaching and education service, in addition to standard care, to improve measures of diabetes mellitus (DM) control for patients who been diagnosed with type II diabetes mellitus. For this randomized control trial, patients will be randomized into one of two groups. Patients ...
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Background: In the context of a randomized control study conducted over a 9-month period, we enrolled 48 patients in we a two-way SMS/text messaging coaching and education service designed to support patients with self care related to type 2 diabetes mellitus (DM. Patients were drawn for 16 primary care clinics in the Salt Lake Metropolitan Area of Utah, all of which had electronic medical records which could be queried at baseline, 90-days and 180-days to obtain clinical outcome data such...
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Lessons from Crowdsourcing Technology for Guiding a Patient-Centered Research Agenda
Background Severe atopic dermatitis (AD) is poorly understood and treatment options are limited. Wide variation in practice among clinicians suggests limited agreement on standards of care. Further, patients report poor quality of life associated with the condition. In the absence of proven treatment options, patients with AD seek answers online from patient communities and social media platforms. Information posted in these fora provide insight into the real-world treatment and management i...
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