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More people are living with chronic or long-term disorders together and they live longer, which gives an increase in patients who need health services. Seen in the context of the shorter lengths of stay, and the outpatient clinics' increasing responsibility, there is a need to increase outpatient capacity without leading to more patient readmissions. Further, new services should take into account the patients capacity to benefit from the services, and their level of health literacy is crucial. By developing new services using technology, patients will be able to be followed up closely in their own home with adapted treatment and information, a closer dialogue with the health service where there is a need, and the utilization of scarce resources in the health care system can increase. The aim of the current study is to evaluate a digital outpatient clinic, and assess any differences over time in health literacy, digital health literacy, quality of life and overall satisfaction with the outpatient services. Furthermore, the investigators will assess the intervention group's satisfaction with the digital outpatient clinic. In addition, the digital services will be tailored and revised throughout the study based on continuous feedback and iterative processes. The current study is a pragmatic controlled multicenter study with two study arms; one control arm and one intervention arm. In total, eligible participants will be recruited from one of four centers.


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NCT number NCT05068869
Study type Interventional
Source Oslo University Hospital
Contact Heidi Holmen, PhD
Phone 004723070000
Email [email protected]
Status Recruiting
Phase N/A
Start date September 12, 2021
Completion date December 31, 2022

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