Hypertension (HTN) Clinical Trial
Actions to Decrease Disparities in Risk and Engage in Shared Support for Blood Pressure Control (ADDRESS-BP) in Blacks
To use practice facilitation (PF) as a practical and sustainable implementation strategy to support the implementation and evaluation of three multi-level evidence-based interventions [nurse case management (NCM), home BP monitoring (HBPM), and use of Community Health Workers (CHWs)] delivered as an integrated community-clinic linkage model [Practice support And Community Engagement (PACE) to address patient-, physician-, health system-, and community-level barriers to hypertension (HTN) control in Blacks across 20 primary practices within NYU Langone Health in New York City (NYC) and, in partnership with an established Community-Clinic-Academic Advisory Board and HealthFirst (NYC's largest Medicaid payer). The goal for the UH3 Implementation Phase (Years 4-7, Intervention) is to evaluate a stepped-wedge cluster RCT of 20 primary care practices in Black patients with uncontrolled hypertension (HTN).
|Source||NYU Langone Health|
|Contact||Claire Cooper, MSH|
|Status||Not yet recruiting|
|Start date||January 1, 2024|
|Completion date||August 31, 2027|