An EHR prompt to a physician alone or in combination with a previsit patient prompt both increased statin prescribing in primary care but a patient prompt alone did not.
Wearable activity trackers could potentially support clinical care for patients with pulmonary arterial hypertension, according to a new study.
AHA 2022: An estimated 18% of Americans with heart disease reported using wearables, compared with 29% of the total US population.
A discussion with Lynn Webster, MD, about the importance and future of mobile health technology for chronic pain management.
Telehealth continues to support continuity of care and to increase access to and willingness to use the health care system, according to survey authors.
"Primary Viewpoints," a podcast from Patient Care Online, brings you an exclusive interview with Lynn Webster, MD, past president of the American Academy of Pain Medicine.
Blood pressure reduction of approximately 11 mm Hg was seen at 6 months regardless of device used, suggesting patients can keep SMBP simple.
Screening for atrial fibrillation with 6 wrist-worn wearable devices proved more cost effective than no screening and had greater relative benefit than using traditional modalities.
Use of wearable activity trackers increased daily time spent walking by 40 minutes and was linked to a 2-lb weight loss across age groups and populations.
A free, automated online behavioral weight loss program led to a mean 5% reduction in weight over 12 weeks without clinician involvement, a new study reports.