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Project HealthDesign has explored practical ways to capture and integrate patient-recorded observations of daily living (ODLs) into clinical care.
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WendySwanberg, Project HealthDesign Communications Project Assistant
Last week, national program director Patti Brennan held a briefing in Washington, DC, to speak with policy makers about the many insights that have emerged from the work of Project HealthDesign. While it's nearly
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Sara Koliner, Policy Analysis Project Assistant, Project HealthDesign National Program Office
Last week, the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI) approved 51 awards as part of its second cycle of funding in support of the development of a National Patient-Centered Clinical… Read More »
Linda Brei, Project HealthDesign Communications Consultant
In the late 1970s I had my first experience working for a health care related grant with the Community Care Organization (CCO) project, funded by the Kellogg Foundation. Wisconsin was one of five states… Read More »
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May 30, 2013
Call for Papers for Special Theme Issue of Personal and Ubiquitous Computing: Technologies for Patient-Defined and Patient-Generated Data
This theme issue calls for original papers on the capture, sharing, and integration of patient-defined and generated data into the clinical interchange and workflow. Personal and ubiquitous technologies present opportunities to go beyond the traditional observation of signs and symptoms to include a complementary set of observations and activities that are centered in the patient’s worldview.
Authors interested in having a manuscript considered for this special issue should submit a 1-page proposal outlining the full manuscript by July 15, 2013.
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Project HealthDesign is a national program of Robert Wood Johnson Foundation's Pioneer Portfolio