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COVID-19 Self-Reported Symptom Tracking Programs in the United States: Framework Synthesis

COVID-19 Self-Reported Symptom Tracking Programs in the United States: Framework Synthesis

✓DiscussionPrincipal ResultsSelf-reported symptom trackers have been shown to be beneficial in tracking and monitoring the spread and progression of influenza each year and may prove to be vital as the United States continues to loosen shelter-in-place guidelines

Tracey Pérez Koehlmoos, Miranda Lynn Janvrin, Jessica Korona-Bailey, Cathaleen Madsen, Rodney Sturdivant

J Med Internet Res 2020;22(10):e23297

Evaluation of a Remote Symptom Assessment and Management (SAM) System for People Receiving Adjuvant Chemotherapy for Breast or Colorectal Cancer: Mixed Methods Study

Evaluation of a Remote Symptom Assessment and Management (SAM) System for People Receiving Adjuvant Chemotherapy for Breast or Colorectal Cancer: Mixed Methods Study

become moderate or severe, or are prolonged is important to promote effective self-management and prevent hospitalization, or, in the case of severe or prolonged symptoms, advise on the need for urgent attention [1,2,4].Technology can facilitate both the monitoring

Lisa Whitehead, Laura Emery, Deborah Kirk, Diane Twigg, Deborah Brown, Joanna Dewar

JMIR Cancer 2020;6(2):e22825

Atypical Repetition in Daily Conversation on Different Days for Detecting Alzheimer Disease: Evaluation of Phone-Call Data From a Regular Monitoring Service

Atypical Repetition in Daily Conversation on Different Days for Detecting Alzheimer Disease: Evaluation of Phone-Call Data From a Regular Monitoring Service

Taking this into consideration, health monitoring technology and services are expected to help increase the diagnosis coverage by detecting signs of cognitive decline resulting from dementia in everyday situations [3,4].One of the clues for detecting cognitive

Yasunori Yamada, Kaoru Shinkawa, Keita Shimmei

JMIR Ment Health 2020;7(1):e16790

Improvements in Patient Monitoring in the Intensive Care Unit: Survey Study

Improvements in Patient Monitoring in the Intensive Care Unit: Survey Study

In a previous qualitative study from our research group, ICU staff demanded wireless, noninvasive, and interoperable monitoring sensors and improved alarm management for a future patient monitoring system [8].

Akira-Sebastian Poncette, Lina Mosch, Claudia Spies, Malte Schmieding, Fridtjof Schiefenhövel, Henning Krampe, Felix Balzer

J Med Internet Res 2020;22(6):e19091