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Cleveland Clinic/Microsoft Pilot Promising; Home Health Services May Benefit Chronic Disease Management
Date:3/1/2010

CLEVELAND, March 1 /PRNewswire/ -- The use of at-home medical devices to connect doctors and patients via the Internet can help patients and their physicians work more efficiently together to manage chronic conditions, according to research at Cleveland Clinic.

In December 2008, Cleveland Clinic and Microsoft collaborated on a pilot project that pairs the hospital's electronic medical records system with the software company's online HealthVault service to monitor patients' health conditions.

More than 250 participants enrolled – 26 percent with diabetes, 6 percent with heart failure and 68 percent with hypertension – making it the first physician-driven pilot project in the country to follow multiple chronic diseases in a clinical setting.


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