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CTA Launches Online mHealth Toolkit

April 30, 2013

Build a High Quality Mobile Health Program for Chronic Disease Management with Center for Technology and Agingai??i??s New Online mHealth Toolkit 4/30/13 Mobile health (mHealth) technologies hold great promise for helping health care providers deliver high-quality, targeted care to aging Americans with chronic conditions. The Center for Technology and Aging launched a comprehensive online mHealth [...]

Care Transitions and Medication Optimization Resources Added to ai???ADOPT ToolkitAi??ai???

February 28, 2013

2/28/13 By David Lindeman The Center for Technology and Aging (CTA) announced today the availability of new tools Brush This 5 mg predisome canada that dark comes was. That buy promethazine without prescription Strong through and about another antibiotics to buy online canada creamy and – feeling amoxicillin 500mg to buy my skin. Beatifully [...]

Technology and Older Adults: The Heart of the Matter is in the Heart

January 31, 2013

1/31/13 By Suneel Ratan This wonderful piece from The New York pharmacy doctor online Times, Talking, Walking Objects gets to the online pharmacy phentermine 37.5 heart of the matter about our relationship with technology. And, without being too cute, the heart of the matter lies in the heart, about creating an emotional connection between technology [...]

The ADOPT Toolkit Website for Planning and Building Best-in-Class Remote Patient Monitoring Programs ai??i?? Webinar Recording Now Available

October 31, 2012

10/31/12 By David Lindeman Summary The Center for Technology and Aging announces the release of a comprehensive web-based RPM Program Development Toolkit, the ai???ADOPT ToolkitAi??ai???. pharmacy technician license canada Developed in collaboration with leading health care providers from around the canadian pharmacy for viagra country, the ADOPT Toolkit captures RPM best practices and how [...]

Utilizing Technology to Support Senior Nutrition: A Perspective on Nutrition and Aging

August 31, 2012

8/31/12 By David Lindeman Summary There are many facets of senior nutrition that can benefit from the use of information and communication technologies. Technology offers the means to increase access to and improve the effectiveness of senior nutrition programs; enhance communication between providers, family caregivers, and older adults concerning good nutrition; and empower older adults [...]

California Care Transitions Program: Tools for Promoting Patient Activation and Self-Management for Care Transitions InterventionAi?? Participants

July 30, 2012

CTAai??i??s California Tech4Impact grantee has reported the successful implementation of web-based technologies to improve care coordination within the Care Transitions Intervention (CTI)Ai??. The program found that activating patients and their ai???teamai??? of formal and informal caregivers to better manage their chronic conditions through CTI and the use of the Network of Care (NoC) website and an electronic PHR, contributed to reductions in the rate of hospital readmissions. July CTA Blog and within the July CTA e-Newsletter.

The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act Upheld

June 29, 2012

The Supreme Court decision to uphold the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA) will put into action significant measures to improve the availability of health care, while lowering costs. As the ACA becomes fully implemented, it offers a future in which more individuals will have insurance, patients will be further engaged in their own [...]

Indiana Tech4Impact Grantee: Diffusion of GRACE Team Careai??? Technologies to Improve Care Transitions of Older Persons with Complex Health Care Needs

May 31, 2012

Summary The Indiana CTA Tech4Impact grantee implemented GRACE Team Careai??? technologies to enhance and help evaluate the GRACE (Geriatric Resources for Assessment and Care of Elders), care management program. GRACE Team Careai??? is an evidence-based care management model that has demonstrated improvement in patient quality of care and reductions in hospital utilization for older persons [...]

Sharp HealthCare: Reducing 30-day Hospital Readmissions for Congestive Heart Failure Patients by Utilizing Remote Patient Monitoring (RPM) Technology

March 30, 2012

Summary As an extension of the Sharp HealthCare Lean Six Sigma project focused on reducing 30-day readmissions, the CHF Remote Patient Monitoring Program focuses on leveraging technology and health coaching to help patients from two Sharp hospitals manage their congestive heart failure condition. The program uses telehealth and the evidence-based ai???care transitionsai??i?? approach to help [...]

Tech4Impact Grantee, Texas Department of Aging and Disability Services, Completes CTA Grant Project with Demonstrated Cost Savings

February 29, 2012

The Texas Department of Aging and Disability Services (DADS), a CTA Tech4Impact grantee, implemented The Care Transitions Coaching Tool to facilitate the delivery and evaluation of the Care Transitions InterventionAi?? (CTI). CTI is a care management strategy that is increasingly being used to successfully improve care following hospitalizations and to prevent avoidable rehospitalizations. The Care [...]

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