Literature Synthesis Table Paper
|Studies||Sample||Interventions or Processes||Outcomes||Uniformity of Methods||Comparison|
|Huygens et al., (2016),||(n=9), diabetes (n=14),||Remote vital monitoring. Taking the patients vital signs and sending to the nurse’s device.
Success of telehealth monitoring.
|Success in THS trial except in patients with chronic conditions||Partial blindness by data collector.
|Notable improvement in patient communication with caregivers|
|Bashir, A., & Bastola, D. R. (2018),||(n=12)||Virtual stethoscope. Communication through video or audio. Easy diagnosis and prescription||Real time-patient and care provider consultation and communication.||Crossover design method-randomized test||Timely delivery of patient treatment due to improved communication between patients and caregivers|
|Shea et al. (2009)||the primary endpoints (HgbA1c, p = 0.001; LDL, p < 0.001; systolic and diastolic blood pressure, p = 0.024; p < 0.001).||Digital otoscope- Live stream of videos and images by a patient for medical examination by caregivers. Literature Synthesis Table Paper||The Cochrane Central Register of Controlled Trials||A meta-analysis combined with a systematic review of variables||Patient outcome increased with increased usage of Telehealth technology|
|Melnyk et al., (p. 184).
|(N=159) and post-intervention (N=99)||HIPAA-Compliant Software (Jotforms telemedicine)
allows patients to upload files, images, or videos while maintaining HIPAA compliance. JotForm’s software also allows you to securely collect patient signatures, access your telehealth information on any device,
|Groups delivered by videoconference are feasible and potentially can improve the accessibility of group interventions||Study spans several weeks. Cohort of used and the results compared for each group.||Patients with chronic conditions experienced improved outcomes because of increased monitoring|
|Lindsey Nicole Horrell et al, (2021)||(P<.001 and P=.001, respectively).
(890/1781, 50% vs 181/424, 43%; P=.007),
|Wireless scales- Most patients in the study suffered from health problems. Measuring their weights help caregivers to make correct prescriptions||Test of efficiency
Level of impact Among the 2210 respondents, 1073 (49%) reported engaging in telehealth in the past 4 months. Higher proportions of women engaged in telehealth
|A retrospective study based on randomized tests||THT improved treatment outcomes|
THT- Telehealth Technology
HIPAA-The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act
The studies focused largely on determining the efficacy of telehealth use in patient monitoring, particularly from the patient perspective. The results show that with effective and appropriate implementation, leveraging telehealth in patient monitoring not only improves patient interaction, communication, and experience with the caregiver, but also results in better patient health outcomes.
Literature Synthesis Table Paper References
Bashir, A., & Bastola, D. R. (2018). Perspectives of nurses toward telehealth efficacy and quality of health care: Pilot study. JMIR Medical Informatics, 6(2), e35. https://doi.org/10.2196/medinform.9080
Horrell, L. N., Hayes, S., Herbert, L. B., MacTurk, K., Lawhon, L., Valle, C. G., & Bhowmick, A. (2021). Telemedicine use and health-related concerns of patients with chronic conditions during COVID-19: Survey of members of online health communities. Journal of Medical Internet Research, 23(2), e2379. DOI: 10.2196/23795
Huygens, M. W. J., Vermeulen, J., Swinkels, I. C. S., Friele, R. D., van Schayck, O. C. P., & de Witte, L. P. (2016). Expectations and needs of patients with a chronic disease toward self-management and eHealth for self-management purposes. BMC Health Services Research, 16(1), 232–. doi:10.1186/s12913-016-1484-5
Melnyk, B. M., & Fineout-Overholt, E. (2011). Evidence-based practice in nursing & healthcare: A guide to best practice. Wolters Kluwer/Lippincott Williams & Wilkins.
Shea, S., Weinstock, R. S., Teresi, J. A., Palmas, W., Starren, J., Cimino, J. J., Lai, A. M., Field, L., Morin, P. C., Goland, R., Izquierdo, R. E., Ebner, S., Silver, S., Petkova, E., Kong, J., & Eimicke, J. P. (2009). A Randomized Trial Comparing Telemedicine Case Management with Usual Care in Older, Ethnically Diverse, Medically Underserved Patients with Diabetes Mellitus: 5 Year Results of the IDEATel Study. Journal of American Medical Information Association, 16(4), 446–456. doi:10.1197/jamia.m3157