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Man, D., Soong, W., Tam, S. and Hui-Chan, C. (2005) A Randomized Clinical Trial Study on the Effectiveness of a Tele-Analogy-Based Problem-Solving Programme for People with Acquired Brain Injury (ABI). NeuroRehabilitation, 21, 205-217.

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  • TITLE: The Use of Video Conferencing for Persons with Chronic Conditions: A Systematic Review

    AUTHORS: Jennifer A. Mallow, Trisha Petitte, Georgia Narsavage, Emily Barnes, Elliott Theeke, Brian K. Mallow, Laurie A. Theeke

    KEYWORDS: Video Conferencing, Chronic Conditions, Outcomes of Care

    JOURNAL NAME: E-Health Telecommunication Systems and Networks, Vol.5 No.2, June 7, 2016

    ABSTRACT: The purpose of this paper is to present a systematic review of studies that used Video Conferencing (VC) intervention for common chronic conditions. Chronic conditions account for the majority of poor health, disability, and death, and for a major portion of health-care expenditures in the United States. Innovative methods and interventions are needed to enhance care and management, improve access to care, improve patient outcomes, narrow health disparities and reduce healthcare costs. Video Conferencing could be particularly relevant in improving health, care management, access and cost in the care of chronic illnesses. A comprehensive literature search process guided by the PRISMA statement led to the inclusion of 27 articles measuring video conferencing, at least one chronic illness, and patient outcomes for adults living in a community setting. While VC has been found to be feasible and effective, a low number of randomized controlled trials limit evidence. In addition, studies in this review were not designed to address the question of whether access to care in rural areas is improved through VC. Hence, more research is needed.