First launched as a pilot project in 2003, Transforming Care at the Bedside (TCAB) is a national program that was developed and managed by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF) and the Institute for Healthcare Improvement (IHI).
To help create a safer transition to self-care for children, Vanderbilt team members are developing a medication management device that can be placed in a variety of age-appropriate packaging
How do you get a teen living with a chronic illness to take responsibility for the unglamorous, sometimes annoying details of her health?
Project HealthDesign team led by the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF) is designing a personal health record (PHR) application to help breast cancer patients better understand and proactively coordinate their care.
Colorado Care Tablet, a personal health record (PHR) application that uses a portable touch-screen tablet computer given to patients and their caregivers upon hospital discharge.
Project HealthDesign team from T.R.U.E. Research Foundation—is developing a prototype personal health record (PHR) application that captures information about daily living that is important for diabetes management.
The Project HealthDesign RTI International team, working with The Cooper Institute, are developing a personal health record (PHR) application to help sedentary adults with or without chronic diseases to become more physically active.
As part of Project HealthDesign, the team based at the University of Massachusetts Medical School has developed a handheld electronic pain and activity diary (EPAD) that will interact with an electronic personal health record (PHR).
Through focus groups, interviews and surveys, the Rochester team created designs for a PHR application. They found that the most common questions the heart failure patients have include: "How am I doing today?" and "What can I do to help myself?"