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This study verifies efficacy of collaborative care with Smart Health Management Program developed for patients with chronic illness. The aim of the study is to observe the changes in clinical indicators, quality of life and health related behaviors when providing self-management programs with ICT for chronic disease patients.

Clinical Trial Description

This study is to demonstrate that chronic disease patients receiving collaborative care with ICT-based self-management and educational program can improve clinical outcomes and overall health status, including quality of life and health habits.

In addition to the economic burden, people with chronic disease experience various psychosocial crises such as anxiety and depression, which causes the deterioration of overall quality of life and increases social burden. The collaborative care management based Chronic Care Model (CCM) have provided coaching by a medically supervised nurse, working with each patient's physician. However, standard CCM have limitations in that they do not provide self-management strategies of the patient in detail. Therefore, to improve the effectiveness of the CCM model, it is required to propose a new approach to the utilization of IT-based self-management program that is currently being developed to increase accessibility and efficiency of health care service.

Primary outcomes of this study are as follow: Improvement of depression in patients with osteoporosis, chronic respiratory disease and chronic arthritis.

Participants in this study will respond a baseline questionnaire about depressive mood, health habits, health behavior patterns and quality of life, diet, exercise, etc. After that, participants will be allocated equally into three groups - the intervention group 1, intervention group 2 and the control group. The intervention group 1 will receive S Healthing and a tele- coaching program conducted 12 times (one time for one week), and more than 20 minutes each by a trained nurse. The intervention group 2 will receive S Healthing while the control group will receive basic educational material on the disease. Coaching content consists specifically of: 1) evaluation, 2) facing and accepting the health crisis, 3) setting up new goals, 4) making decisions and plans, and 5) practice. "S Healthing" is based ICT- program and includes educational contents and self-management program based on Smart Management Strategy for Health (SMASH). The intervention group 1, 2 will conduct self-management for 3 months through smart phone application and web program. Participants will receive a questionnaire about the quality of life and health habits with the clinical examination 3 months after baseline survey was conducted. The result from two questionnaires (baseline, 3 months post-intervention) and clinical outcome of baseline and 3 months will be compiled and be compared with others. ;

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NCT number NCT03294057
Study type Interventional
Source Seoul National University Hospital
Contact EunKyo Kang, MD
Phone 82-2-740-8417
Status Recruiting
Phase N/A
Start date October 27, 2017
Completion date August 31, 2018

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