Telehealth diabetes screening utility of a wireless handheld iAssay blood analyzer: A cost benefit analysis
Patricia Humbles, PhD, Department of Nursing, National University, Costa Mesa, California, USA; Ricardo Parker, PhD, School of Health Sciences, National University, Costa Mesa, Colorado, USA; Kristen Yep, BS, Camarena Health, Kerman, California, USA; Allysa Crews, MS, CPhT, West Virginia, Huntington, West Virginia, USA; Kendra Singh, MPH, Stephanie Young Consultants, San Diego, California, USA
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A multidisciplinary iAssay telehealth research collaboration addresses Point of Care needs of underserved diabetes clients utilizing a wireless mobile handheld blood glucose- and cholesterol-testing iAssay System device. The device remotely monitors blood chemistries, rapid blood panel testing and diagnosis in non-clinical settings improving patient outcomes, at significantly decreased costs.
30th International Nursing Research Congress: Theory-to-Practice: Catalyzing Collaborations to Connect Globally. Held 25-29 July 2019 in Calgary, Alberta, Canada.
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