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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Why mDAWN? Evaluation Key Findings mDAWN Program average weight-loss of 3.5 lbs average hemoglobin A1C dropped from 7.41 to 6.77 ( <7 is optimal) significant decrease inhealth distress increase in diabetesempowerment Patient Perspectives parts 22% no 17% yes 56% pre- and post- self reporthealth measures patient interviews bio-feedback data website analysis $ cost analysis of all Canadians owning a cellphone use a smartphone From: COMSCORE INC.June 2014 report 78% sms featuring health information sms featuring health information wireless sensors for self-monitoring pg 4 other 5% Cost Would you be willing to pay the costs associatedwith an mDAWN- like program (based on mDAWN variable costs)? pg 8 empowerment self-awareness 4.2 Million Canadians will have diabetes by 2020 Est. From: Diabetes: Canada at the Tipping Point; CDA 2011 self-care pg 5 pg 2 Insights and Implications pg 14 secure virtual community of peers and family pg 13 pg 12 mDAWN future cost considerations should include creating a cost comparison model which is flexible to allow for changes in technology future cost considerations should also take into account sustainability and how this model can made affordable for a wide range of participants Results from the mDAWN Study, 2015. Conducted by the eHealth Strategy Office, Faculty of Medicine,University of British Columbia; Funded by the Lawson Foundation, Canada Health Infoway and a Private Foundation Mobile health programs can support patient empowerment through supporting autonomy while providing a platform for social connection.mHealth is perceived to be good value-for-money however sustainability and program affordability must be considered.Important to consider how can health professionals add value to a mobile health program. The value mHealth programs can provide to patients with low levels of motivation or health -engagement requires further research
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