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    Effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of a telehealth intervention to support the management of long-term conditions

    study protocol for two linked randomized controlled trials

    Citation

    Thomas, CL, Man, M-S, O'Cathain, A, Hollinghurst, S, Large, S, Edwards, L, Nicholl, J, Montgomery, AA & Salisbury, C, 2014, ‘Effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of a telehealth intervention to support the management of long-term conditions: study protocol for two linked randomized controlled trials’. Trials, vol 15.

    Abstract

    As the population ages, more people are suffering from long-term health conditions (LTCs). Health services around the world are exploring new ways of supporting people with LTCs and there is great interest in the use of telehealth: technologies such as the Internet, telephone and home self-monitoring.

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