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Title: How does it work? Factors involved in telemedicine home-interventions effectiveness: A review of reviews
Authors: Bertoncello, Chiara 
Colucci, Massimiliano 
Baldovin, Tatjana
Buja, Alessandra 
Baldo, Vincenzo 
Keywords Plus: CHRONIC HEART-FAILURE;COST-EFFECTIVENESS;TELEHEALTH INTERVENTIONS;SYSTEMATIC REVIEWS;ELDERLY-PEOPLE;METAANALYSIS;HEALTH;MANAGEMENT;CARE;TELECARE
Mesh headings: Delivery of Health Care;Models, Theoretical;Telemedicine
Secondary Mesh headings: Humans
Issue Date: 2018
Publisher: PUBLIC LIBRARY SCIENCE
Journal: PloS one 
Abstract: 
Definitive evidence of the effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of telemedicine home-interventions for the management of chronic diseases is still lacking. This study examines whether and how published reviews consider and discuss the influence on outcomes of different factors, including: setting, target, and intensity of intervention; patient engagement; the perspective of patients, caregivers and health professionals; the organizational model; patient education and support. Included reviews were also assessed in terms of economic and ethical issues.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12857/115185
ISSN: 1932-6203
DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0207332
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