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Studies in Health Technology and Informatics
Insuring full benefit of consumer health informatics innovations requires integrating the technology into nursing practice, yet many valuable innovations are developed in research projects and never reach full integration. To avoid this outcome, a team of researchers partnered with a home care agency’s staff and patients and their corporate parent’s Information Systems and Research group to create a Technology-Enhanced Practice (TEP) designed to enhance care of home bound patients and their family care givers. The technology core of TEP, the HeartCare2 web site, was built in a collaborative process and deployed within the existing patient portal of the clinical partner. This paper describes the innovation and the experience of bringing it into full operation.
Brennan, Patricia Flatley; Burke, Laura; Casper, Gail; Sebern, Margaret; Krause, Carolyn; Kossman, Susan; Severtson, Delores; and Murphy, Judy, "Creating Technology-enhanced Practice: A University-Home Care-Corporate Alliance" (2006). College of Nursing Faculty Research and Publications. 64.