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2022 RACGP curriculum and syllabus
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Phase 2: Initial trial
An evaluation plan allows your practice to assess the effectiveness and success of its mHealth strategy, and helps to decide whether the strategy should be continued and/or there are any changes that can be made to improve it.
You should document your evaluation plan as soon as the mHealth trial begins in order to effectively measure its impact. Considering questions such as, ‘How will I know the trial is on track to achieve success?’ or ‘What will success look like at the end of the trial?’ will help identify performance measures.
Determine the key evaluation questions you need to answer in order to measure the success of the planning process, implementation process and outcomes:
Decide what data you want to collect and for what time period it will be collected:
The Home Telemonitoring (HTM) service provides remote monitoring for patients. Daily recording of observations aims to promote self-management and stabilisation of the individual’s chronic disease, as well as decreasing the incidence of hospitalisations. Patients with these chronic conditions are eligible for the service: chronic heart failure, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) and diabetes (type 1 and type 2).
The HTM service includes:
Patient benefits include:
This checklist will help you define details regarding users, devices and systems required for the successful rollout of your mHealth strategy.
Develop a business plan that incorporates a cost–benefit analysis
Build operational processes
Establish an evaluation plan
Communicate consistent messages
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