clinical bibliography

clinical bibliography

welldoc article

A Framework for Optimizing Technology-Enabled Diabetes and Cardiometabolic Care and education: The Role of the Diabetes Care and Education Specialist

This article presents a framework for optimizing technology-enabled diabetes and cardiometabolic care and education using a standardized approach that leverages the expertise of the diabetes care and education specialist, the multiplicity of technologies, and integration with the care team.

Poster

Early engagement measures can accurately identify users at risk of abandoning digital therapeutics

Many individuals are adopting and benefiting from digital therapeutics with attrition rates remaining high.The purpose of this research was to develop an accurate predictive model of digital therapeutic persistence and explore important factors associated with persistence, to help in early identification of those likely to abandon a digital therapeutic.

Poster

eHealth-Assisted Lay Health Coaching for Diabetes Self-Management Support

This project tested the feasibility and reach of integrating a telephone-based lay health coach with an eHealth intervention for diabetes self-management support in a Patient-Centered Medical Home practice in New Jersey. By integrating these two forms of patient support the strengths of health coaches are accentuated while making their work more efficient.

Poster

The Implementation Strategy for a Digital Health Tool Influences User Engagement

Digital health tools should be implemented and integrated into the healthcare ecosystem without adding undue burden for patients and the care team. For this study, BlueStar®, the first FDA-cleared digital therapeutic for type 2 diabetes, was examined in three models: a healthcare provider model, a diabetes educator model and a health plan model to show an implementation framework and view how the implementation strategy has the potential to influence user engagement and outcomes.

welldoc article

Are You Ready to Be an eEducator?

Health technology tools are redesigning clinical care and diabetes self-management education with the new focal point becoming the patient as the collector of data.The anytime-anywhere capabilities of digital technology support the delivery of automated, personalized, individualized content and coaching at the right time in the right way at the right place (while living life with diabetes), thus encouraging ongoing, informed self-management and allow patiets to become more active participants in their care.

News Update: Welldoc Receives Ninth 510(k) for Award-Winning Diabetes Platform, BlueStar®