Perceived Usefulness of Remote Health Monitoring among Healthcare Providers, Mexican-origin and non-Hispanic White Heart Failure Patients and Informal Caregivers Public Deposited

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  • Few remote health monitoring (RHM) studies have included Mexican-origin Latinos, and even fewer have explored RHM acceptance and utility, reasons for RHM uptake success or failure, or how cultural values influence RHM use among this population. The primary purpose of this study was to determine the remote health monitoring (RHM) needs and goals of health care providers, older adult heart failure (HF) patients, and their informal caregivers with a focus on Mexican-origin Latino and non-Hispanic white patients and caregivers. Qualitative semi-structured interviews were used to determine the remote health monitoring needs and goals of participants. Content and thematic analysis of interview transcripts revealed that perceptions of RHM were influenced by attitude towards health management and, among caregivers, RHM emerged as a potential partner in care that could ease caregiver concerns. The findings from this study can be used to inform the development of appropriate remote health monitoring systems and interventions for both Mexican-origin and non-Hispanic white heart failure patients and their caregivers to reduce both heart failure patient hospital readmissions and caregiver burden.
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