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Remote patient monitoring and resource use in the specialized health service - Protocol for an overview of systematic reviews - project description

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The Norwegian Directorate of Health (Hdir) commissioned the Norwegian Institute of Public Health (NIPH) to conduct an evidence synthesis on the effects of remote patient monitoring in adults with non-communicable, chronic diseases on resource use in the specialized health service.


Summary

The Norwegian Directorate of Health (Hdir) commissioned the Norwegian Institute of Public Health (NIPH) to conduct an evidence synthesis on the effects of remote patient monitoring in adults with non-communicable, chronic diseases on resource use in the specialized health service. Remote patient monitoring includes the use of technological devices that enable the person to be followed up by the healthcare services at home. Automatic or self-reported measurements from medical equipment are sent digitally to the health service or other follow-up services, which contacts the person if there are signs of deterioration or if the measurements are outside normal values. This report aims to contribute to the knowledge base for evidence-based policy making.

 

To address this commission, we will carry out an overview of systematic reviews about effects of remote patient monitoring in adults with non-communicable, chronic diseases on resource use in the specialized health service. We will follow our methods handbook to conduct systematic literature searches, select systematic reviews based on predetermined inclusion criteria, extract and analyze data from the included reviews, appraise their methodological quality, and summarize the results.

See the full project description at Cristin for more information about results, researchers, contact information etc.

Project participants

Project leader

Jose Francisco Meneses Echavez, Norwegian Institute of Public Health

Project participants

Vigdis Underland, Norwegian Institute of Public Health
Ingrid Harboe, Norwegian Institute of Public Health
HIlde H. Holte, Norwegian Institute of Public Health
Severin Zinöcker, Norwegian Institute of Public Health
Trine Bjerke Johansen, Norwegian Institute of Public Health

Start

01.05.2021

End

19.11.2021

Status

Active

Project owner/ Project manager

Norwegian Institute of Public Health

Project description

Prosjektplan.pdf