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mHealth Tools for the Self-Management of Patients With Multimorbidity in Primary Care Settings: Pilot Study to Explore User Experience

mHealth Tools for the Self-Management of Patients With Multimorbidity in Primary Care Settings: Pilot Study to Explore User Experience

IntroductionIndividuals with multimorbidity often require personalized, multifaceted self-management support to facilitate the acquisition of varying and evolving patient-centered goals [1-8].

Anum Irfan Khan, Ashlinder Gill, Cheryl Cott, Parminder Kaur Hans, Carolyn Steele Gray

JMIR Mhealth Uhealth 2018;6(8):e171

Exploring an Innovative Care Model and Telemonitoring for the Management of Patients With Complex Chronic Needs: Qualitative Description Study

Exploring an Innovative Care Model and Telemonitoring for the Management of Patients With Complex Chronic Needs: Qualitative Description Study

Previous research demonstrates that adults who have high health care costs because of multimorbidity are also more likely to require more costly care in subsequent years [4,6].Health Care DeliveryTraditionally, health care delivery has focused on disease specialization

Kayleigh Gordon, Carolyn Steele Gray, Katie N Dainty, Jane DeLacy, Patrick Ware, Emily Seto

JMIR Nursing 2020;3(1):e15691

Tying eHealth Tools to Patient Needs: Exploring the Use of eHealth for Community-Dwelling Patients With Complex Chronic Disease and Disability

Tying eHealth Tools to Patient Needs: Exploring the Use of eHealth for Community-Dwelling Patients With Complex Chronic Disease and Disability

Patients with CCDD can be characterized as having multimorbidity (having two or more chronic illnesses) [4] and symptoms that have an impact on their daily living [5], which results in their using more care [1,6,7], experiencing poor care coordination [8],

Carolyn Steele Gray, Daniel Miller, Kerry Kuluski, Cheryl Cott

JMIR Res Protoc 2014;3(4):e67

Associations of Health App Use and Perceived Effectiveness in People With Cardiovascular Diseases and Diabetes: Population-Based Survey

Associations of Health App Use and Perceived Effectiveness in People With Cardiovascular Diseases and Diabetes: Population-Based Survey

Furthermore, in terms of comorbidity and multimorbidity, our findings show that regardless of the specific condition, health apps may target shared risk factors such as physical inactivity, nutrition, and weight control, which may be beneficial for all 3 subgroups

Clemens Ernsting, Lena Mareike Stühmann, Stephan U Dombrowski, Jan-Niklas Voigt-Antons, Adelheid Kuhlmey, Paul Gellert

JMIR Mhealth Uhealth 2019;7(3):e12179