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Project HealthDesign: From the iPhone to the EMR

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Published on Sep 25, 2012

Research teams from Project HealthDesign -- a program funded by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation -- have demonstrated the clear potential for improving health care delivery and outcomes -- as well as patient engagement -- through the use of personal technology.

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  1. 165

    Coordinating Community Services—Queen of the Valley Medical Center

  2. 166

    Care Manager Program—Northern Piedmont Community Care

  3. 167

    Care Transitions Nurses—Mercy Health

  4. 168

    Transition Navigator Program—University of Utah Health Care

  5. 169

    Improving Care Transitions, Reducing Avoidable Hospital Readmissions

  6. 170

    Solutions: Stopping the Revolving Door of Avoidable Readmissions

  7. 171

    Care Transitions and Avoidable Readmissions: Finding Solutions Together

  8. 172

    Care About Your Care 2013

  9. 173

    Lower-Calorie Foods: It's Just Good Business

  10. 174

    Northern Piedmont Community Care

  11. 175

    Start Strong: Building Healthy Teen Relationships

  12. 176

    Investing in Communities, Transforming Lives: The Minneapolis-St. Paul Light Rail Project

  13. 177

    The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation: Improving Health and Health Care

  14. 178

    David Michaels: Profile of a Leader

  15. 179

    Care About Your Care 2013

  16. 180

    The Human Capital Investment

  17. 181

    Investing in Communities, Transforming Lives

  18. 182

    Our Eyes on the Future of Health and Health Care

  19. 183

    The Promise of Practice Coaching

  20. 184

    A New Approach to Social Welfare: How St. Vincent de Paul Society Creates Sustainable Communities

  21. Project HealthDesign: From the iPhone to the EMR

  22. 186

    Celebrating 40 Years of Research and Evaluation

  23. 187

    Child First: An Innovative Approach to Preventing Mental Health Problems in Children

  24. 188

    Hospital-Based Quality Improvement Collaboration: Michael Weaver

  25. 189

    Aligning Forces for Quality Hospital Quality Improvement: Susan Mende

  26. 190

    An RWJF 40th Anniversary Greeting

  27. 191

    Green House: Makes Me Feel Like I'm Home

  28. 192

    AF4Q: Melinda Karp on Measuring Patients' Experience

  29. 193

    Jeffrey Brenner's Revolutionary Approach to Improving Health Care Delivery

  30. 194

    The History and Evolution of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation

  31. 195

    What is a Health Insurance Exchange?

  32. 196

    CeaseFire: Chicago Violence Prevention Program

  33. 197

    Persevering in Tough Budget Times

  34. 198

    Reclaiming Futures - Coordinating Efforts to Work with Troubled Youth

  35. 199

    Kansas Town Shows Public Health Role

  36. 200

    Keeping Children with Their Families, and Out of Foster Care

  37. 201

    Re/Storing Nashville

  38. 202

    A Healthier Savannah

  39. 203

    Smoking Cessation Design Principles

  40. 204

    The Challenge: Chicago

  41. 205

    Health in a Data-Rich World

  42. 206

    From Intuition to Evidence: the RWJF Interdisciplinary Nursing Quality Research Initiative

  43. 207

    Weight of the Nation: Moving Forward

  44. 208

    New Institute of Medicine Report Provides Path for Accelerating Progress in Obesity Prevention

  45. 209

    Snack Foods and Beverages in School

  46. 210

    Fostering Culture of Wellness: Hernando, Miss.

  47. 211

    Apply for the Roadmaps to Health Prize

  48. 212

    Healthy Communities: Healthy County: San Bernardino, Calif.

  49. 213

    Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Scholars, Fellows and Leadership Programs

  50. 214

    Healthy Kids, Healthy Communities: Louisville, Ky.

  51. 215

    Healthy Kids, Healthy Communities: Chicago, Ill.

  52. 216

    Healthy Kids, Healthy Communities: Central Valley, Calif.

  53. 217

    Finding Answers: Disparities Research for Change—An Update

  54. 218

    The Origin of Health Leads

  55. 219

    OpenNotes: Sharing Doctors' Notes with Patients

  56. 220

    Collaboration Across Professions Improves Patient Outcomes

  57. 221

    On the Road to Better Social, Physical and Mental Health

  58. 222

    Maximizing Enrollment: Streamlining Enrollment In Health Coverage Programs

  59. 223

    Cost Sharing and the Affordable Care Act

  60. 224

    Aligning Forces for Quality in Humboldt County, Calif.

  61. 225

    Comparing Health Care Quality: A Road Map to Better Care

  62. 226

    Finding Answers: Disparities Research for Change

  63. 227

    Playworks on Times Square

  64. 228

    Playworks: Get in the Game

  65. 229

    Health Leads: Bridging the Gap between Social Needs and Good Health

  66. 230

    Performance Measurement and Public Reporting in Action

  67. 231

    Building Bridges, Making Connections

  68. 232

    Project ECHO

  69. 233

    Wyandotte, Kansas, and the County Health Rankings: A Community Answers A Call to Action

  70. 234

    Project ECHO: A Revolutionary Model for Expanding Access to Specialized Care

  71. 235

    Healthy Schools Program

  72. 236

    Focus on Research: Patrick Remington

  73. 237

    Playworks

  74. 238

    Better Futures Enterprises: Providing Social Support for Men Released From Prison

  75. 239

    Aligning Forces for Quality: At the Forefront of Reform

  76. 240

    The County Health Rankings

  77. 241

    Aligning Forces for Quality

  78. 242

    Caring Across Communities: Helping immigrants and refugee students succeed

  79. 243

    Partners Improve Community Health

  80. 244

    Leadership for Healthy Communities: Advancing Policies to Support Healthy Eating and Active Living

  81. 245

    Reclaiming Futures: Helping Kids Caught in the Cycle of Drugs, Alcohol and Crime

  82. 246

    First-Ever County Health Rankings

  83. 247

    Health Department Budgets

  84. 248

    The Challenge: Louisville

  85. 249

    The Challenge: Chicago

  86. 250

    The Challenge: Central Valley

  87. 251

    Empowering Community Health

  88. 252

    CeaseFire: Chicago Violence Prevention Program

  89. 253

    CeaseFire: Evaluating Effectiveness

  90. 254

    CeaseFire: A New Approach

  91. 255

    Improving the Health & Health Care of All Americans: A Film About the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation

  92. 256

    In the Eye of the Storm: Hurricanes Katrina and Rita

  93. 257

    Expanding Coverage in the States

  94. 258

    Alliance for a Healthier Generation: Healthy Schools Program

  95. 259

    Vote and Vax

  96. 260

    Games for Health: Get Well

  97. 261

    Green House: Un Lugar Como Casa

  98. 262

    Green House: Toda la Diferencia en el Mundo

  99. 263

    Green House: Una Vida Maravillosa

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