Sarah D Ronis

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OBJECTIVE Attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) can impair child health and functioning, but its effects on the family's economic burden are not well understood. The authors assessed this burden in US families of children with ADHD, and the degree to which access to a patient-centered medical home (PCMH) might reduce this burden. METHODS We(More)
BACKGROUND Children with care for acute illness available through the Health-e-Access telemedicine model at childcare and schools were previously found to have 22% less emergency department (ED) use than counterparts without this service, but they also had 24% greater acute care use overall. INTRODUCTION We assessed the hypothesis that increased(More)
OBJECTIVE To assess the hypothesis that effectiveness and safety of the Health-e-Access telemedicine model for care of children with special healthcare needs (CSHCN) with acute illness equaled those for care of children in regular childcare and schools (CRS). MATERIALS AND METHODS We examined healthcare use through insurance claims and telemedicine(More)
OBJECTIVE Personal health records (PHRs) may address the needs of children with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder. Among parents, we assessed acceptance, barriers, and intentions regarding use of PHR for their children with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder. METHODS Survey of parents from 3 practices in Rochester, NY. Stepwise logistic(More)
BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES Prevailing regulatory and financing issues constrain dissemination of connected care despite evidence supporting acceptability, effectiveness, and efficiency. In this analysis we describe care provided over a 12-year period by Health-e-Access, an evidence-based, information-rich, connected care model designed to serve children with(More)
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