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Abstract: Frequent monitoring of asthma patients’ symptoms is recommended but does not happen routinely. Previous interventions are complex and have not scaled. We combined principles of qualitative research, user-centered design, and “gamification” to iteratively develop a “minimum viable” mHealth-based intervention and identify critical components. With a modest sample of users, we achieved saturation in the form of 4 interrelated use cases.

Learning Objective 1: Describe critical intervention components needed for providers to monitor asthma symptoms between visits using mHealth.

Authors:

Robert Rudin (Presenter)
RAND Corporation

Christopher Fanta, Partners Healthcare
Zachary Predmore, RAND Corporation
Eyal Zimlichman, Sheba
Kevin Kron, Partners Healthcare
Maria Edelen, RAND Corporation
David Bates, Partners Healthcare

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