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The Asthma Innovation Lab gives the team opportunities to try innovations on a weekly basis and to monitor results to determine effective interventions.
This is a randomized trial designed to examine the effect of participant designed medication reminders via text messaging on asthma control and adherence. It is a collaborative effort with the Adherence Center.
Previous research has identified the need for continued examination of self-management education interventions, particularly in children and adolescents, for the purpose of improving health care outcomes. The primary purpose of the study is to gain insights into everyday experiences of caring for asthma at home and receiving health care in the adolescent population. This informed quantitative questionnaire development that identified segments of a population and targeted interventions more effectively. While publication of the findings is a possibility, the primary purpose of this research study is to improve care and outcomes of teens with asthma at CCHMC.
Currently, ongoing efforts are made regarding the process and use of the TAAQ and data obtained. Brainstorming sessions are held to find innovative improvement methods. These include:
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