Automated Monitoring of Outcomes

@article{Alemi1994AutomatedMO,
  title={Automated Monitoring of Outcomes},
  author={Farrokh Alemi and Rohan Stephens and Ted Parran and Shirley Llorens and P. Spandana Bhatt and A Ghadiri and Eric Eisenstein},
  journal={Medical Decision Making},
  year={1994},
  volume={14},
  pages={180 - 187}
}
This paper suggests a new approach for lowering follow-up costs, improving the delivery of health care, and monitoring treatment outcomes. An automated telephone follow-up system that calls, identifies, and interviews clients is an alternative method for monitoring patients that may be both reliable and cost-effective. To test the viability of such a system, the authors monitored a patient population that has historically been shown to be difficult to follow: recovering drug users and… CONTINUE READING

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