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Internet Telehealth for Pediatric Asthma Case Management: Development of Integrated Computerized and Case Manager Features for a Web-based Asthma Education Program

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Reports on the development of a personalized, web-based asthma education program for parents whose 4-12 year old children have moderate to severe asthma. Personalization features include computer-based tailored messages and a human coach to build asthma self-management skills. Computerized features include the Asthma Manager, My Calendar/reminder; My Goals, and a Tailored HomePage. These are integrated with monthly asthma education phone call with an asthma nurse case manager. Formative evaluation processes are discussed and the current randomized evaluation study to test whether it can improve adherence to a daily asthma controller medication, asthma control, and parent quality of life to reduce asthma-related healthcare utilization is described.

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Wise, Meg., Gustafson, David., Hawkins, Robert., Meis, Tracy., Molfenter, Todd ., Shanovich, Kathleen Kelly., Sorkness, Christine., Staresinic, Anthony. and Walker, Nola. "Internet Telehealth for Pediatric Asthma Case Management: Development of Integrated Computerized and Case Manager Features for a Web-based Asthma Education Program" Paper presented at the annual meeting of the International Communication Association, Sheraton New York, New York City, NY, <Not Available>. 2009-05-25 <http://www.allacademic.com/meta/p15099_index.html>

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Wise, M. , Gustafson, D. , Hawkins, R. P., Meis, T. , Molfenter, T. , Shanovich, K. , Sorkness, C. , Staresinic, A. and Walker, N. "Internet Telehealth for Pediatric Asthma Case Management: Development of Integrated Computerized and Case Manager Features for a Web-based Asthma Education Program" Paper presented at the annual meeting of the International Communication Association, Sheraton New York, New York City, NY Online <PDF>. 2009-05-25 from http://www.allacademic.com/meta/p15099_index.html

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Abstract: Reports on the development of a personalized, web-based asthma education program for parents whose 4-12 year old children have moderate to severe asthma. Personalization features include computer-based tailored messages and a human coach to build asthma self-management skills. Computerized features include the Asthma Manager, My Calendar/reminder; My Goals, and a Tailored HomePage. These are integrated with monthly asthma education phone call with an asthma nurse case manager. Formative evaluation processes are discussed and the current randomized evaluation study to test whether it can improve adherence to a daily asthma controller medication, asthma control, and parent quality of life to reduce asthma-related healthcare utilization is described.

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Page 1 Background Asthma the most common chronic childhood illness in the US (CDC 1998) affects five million (more than 5%) of children under the age of 15. Prevalence increased more than 40% in the 1990s (Myers and Chatburn 2000) and disproportionately among non-white and poor children who have 20% higher asthma prevalence and 100% for severe asthma. (Andrew et al. 2000). Asthma reduces parent child and family quality of life (Juniper et al. 1996a); contributes to costly use
Page 27 Medication Coach 1. Working Well with Doctors and Nurses 2. When Asthma Medication Doesn’t Seem Necessary 3. Dealing with the Cost of Asthma Medications 4. Making Medications Part of a Daily Routine 5. 10 Ways to Make Medication Taking Easier 6. Convenience in Getting Medications 7. When Asthma Medications Don’t Seem to be Working 8. Remembering Medications 9. Dealing with Side Effects 10. Finding Support in Managing Your Child’s Asthma 11. Understanding Asthma Medications 12. Getting Your


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