The Denver Health and Hospital Authority in collaboration with the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ) has recently announced an interventional 16-week study to assess the feasibility of reporting patient-generated health data and patient-reported outcomes (PROs) with health information technology.
Three hundred intervention patients will receive health-promoting messages about food, nutrition, diet, exercise, and physical activity. The participants will track their weight on a mobile health app or a fitness tracker and share it with the researchers Read the full study description to learn what health technology is used to collect PROs in this study.
Studies that incorporate patient-reported outcomes are increasingly common and PRO solutions are needed by many research teams. DADOS supports iOS and Android tablets and can collect data from study participants at dedicated kiosks or tablets, or remotely, via DADOS Connect, ensuring all personal health information is securely stored.