“This single center randomized controlled trial will involve 50 medically stable outpatients with HF, reduced ejection fraction, and previously implanted ICD or CRT-D devices followed longitudinally on the Abbott Medical Merlin remote patient monitoring network. Patients will be randomized in a 1:1 fashion to usual care plus a remotely administered home based weekly prescription for aerobic exercise (intervention) or usual care alone (control). Usual care will include regularly scheduled visits with the clinical heart failure care team and medical therapy as prescribed by that team. The exercise prescription will be created by an exercise physiologist after incorporating remotely collected data from a patient directed smartphone app assessing HF symptom severity, vital signs, weight, and blood sugar, implantable device measures of physical activity, heart rate, heart failure volume status and heart rhythm, and Fitbit measures of physical activity.” (Source: NCT04629066)
The transcendental meditation program aims to help healthcare workers learn transcendental meditation as a means of coping with stress, anxiety, and depression. This program is also being researched for providers treating patients with COVID-19.
The proposed research advances the health and wellbeing of young adult cancer survivors by creating a developmentally appropriate hybrid in-person/mHealth behavioral symptom management intervention which addresses variables consistently linked to significant social, economic, and health burden.
The objective of the SWET-RA randomized controlled trial is to determine the effects of a 16-week remotely delivered weight loss and exercise training intervention on traditional and inflammatory RA CVD risk factors, disease activity, and patient-reported outcomes in older persons with RA and overweight/obesity.
This research study included the development and pilot testing of a hybrid in-person and mHealth coping skills training intervention for symptom management and daily steps in stem cell transplant patients.
The SHEETS study will examine the feasibility, acceptability, and effectiveness of two digital sleep interventions in improving sleep regularity and psychiatric health during a critical period of adolescence.
The purpose of this study is to examine underlying physical resilience (the ability to bounce back) in response to a specific stressor (total knee replacement). The study is using Pattern's platform to collect biometric data through our Garmin integration.
LIFT is a self-guided treatment program that aims to improve quality of life, reduce symptoms, help gain independence quicker, and build stronger relationships. LIFT uses a mobile app to deliver automated yet personalized support and minfulness training.
The INTENT study is a partnership between Before Brands SpoonfulOne (SO) and DCRI to determine if feeding of SO to infants between 4 and 18 months of age will decrease the likelihood of developing food allergies between 12 and 18 months of age.
The purpose of this study is to evaluate how different types of physical activity and nutrition education and support (in addition to normal clinical care) affect children's health. Pattern's platform and integrations are used for remote activity monitoring.
Fit Together works with adolescents through parks and recreation departments to encourage exercise and track their attendance to scheduled sessions. The program delivers evidence-based recommendations for minority and low-income children with obesity.
EMPOWER is a virtual care program to Engage, inforM, Probe, prOmote Wellness, and fostEr community among patients with Rare diseases. The research project will initially focus on Interstitial Lung Disease (ILD) patients before expanding to a wider range of rare diseases.
This fully virtual study to investigate how a dyad linked incentive strategy compares to individual incentives for patients taking a single medication. Dyad-linked incentives work by jointly rewarding two linked individuals for both adhering to their medication regimen, adding both social support and peer accountability to traditional incentive structures.
This 3-month randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled trial assesses the effects of combining daily blueberry intake with weekly exercise (BB-EX) on cardiovascular function, as well as physical activity and cognitive function, in sedentary older adults (>60 years).
CONNECT-HF is a large, multi-site research study that includes an ancillary study/app designed to support guideline-based activities to help patients manage heart failure. The Pattern-powered app tracked key biometrics and delivered personalized educational content about heart failure and help patients manage taking their medication.
The ARC measure captures primary care providers' (PCP) ability to appropriately diagnose rare cancers as well as barriers to the appropriate referral of rare cancer patients from primary to specialty care. The results enable practices to better educate providers and ensure patients receive timely care.
The purpose of the UNC AF app was to deliver AF-specific education through videos and tips over a 4-week period and to provide tools for AF self-management and medication adherence. The app was designed for use independently by AF patients.
Blueprint is a month-long mobile app-based adaptive coping skills training intervention delivered through the Pattern Health app designed to help patients cope with psychological distress symptoms after hospitalization.