Challenges in Patient Recruitment, Implementation, and Fidelity in a Mobile Telehealth Study.

@article{Baron2016ChallengesIP,
  title={Challenges in Patient Recruitment, Implementation, and Fidelity in a Mobile Telehealth Study.},
  author={Justine Baron and Shashivadan P Hirani and Stanton Peter Newman},
  journal={Telemedicine journal and e-health : the official journal of the American Telemedicine Association},
  year={2016},
  volume={22 5},
  pages={400-9}
}
INTRODUCTION Mobile telehealth (MTH) evaluations in diabetes have been conducted, but few report details and issues related to recruitment, implementation (intervention delivery), fidelity, and context. These have important implications on the interpretation of the findings and effectiveness of the intervention. This article reports these data from an MTH study and describes the challenges experienced in running an intervention such as this in an active clinical environment. MATERIALS AND… CONTINUE READING

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