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Behavioral Health Care and Technology: Using Science-Based Innovations to Transform Practice

ISBN : 9780199314027

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¥12,334
Author: 
Lisa Marsch; Sarah Lord; Jesse Dallery
Pages
368 Pages
Format
Hardcover
Size
184 x 256 mm
Pub date
Jan 2015
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In recent years, there has been an explosion of research focused on using technology in health care, including web- and mobile- health assessment and intervention tools, as well as smartphone sensors and smart environments for monitoring and promoting health behavior. This work has shown that technology-based therapeutic tools offer considerable promise for monitoring and responding to individuals' health behavior in real-time. They may also function as important "clinician-extenders" or stand-alone tools, may be cost-effective and may offer countless opportunities for tailoring behavioral monitoring and intervention delivery in a manner that is optimally responsive to each individual's profile and health behavior trajectory over time. Additionally, informational and communication technologies may be used in the context of decision support tools to help individuals better understand and access treatment. Technology may enable entirely new models of health care both within and outside of formal systems of care and thus offers the opportunity to revolutionize health care delivery. This edited book will define the state of scientific research related to the development, experimental evaluation, and effective dissemination of technology-based therapeutic tools targeting behavioral health. Behavioral Health Care and Technology will provide an overview of current evidence-based approaches to leverage technology to promote behavioral health, including management of substance use, mental health, diet/exercise, medication adherence, as well as chronic disease self-management. Additionally, the book will define the state of implementation research examining models for deploying technology-based behavioral health care systems and integrating them into various care settings to increase the quality and reach of evidence-based behavioral health care while reducing costs.

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Contents
Introduction
Section I: OPTIMAL MODELS FOR DEVELOPING TECHNOLOGY-BASED THERAPEUTIC TOOLS TARGETING BEHAVIORAL HEALTH
Chapter 1: Technology and the Stage Model of Behavioral Intervention Development
Chapter 2: Theoretical Models to Inform Technology-Based Health Behavior Interventions
Section II: EVIDENCE-BASED APPROACHES TO HARNESSING TECHNOLOGY TO PROMOTE BEHAVIORAL HEALTH
Chapter 3: Behavioral Monitoring and Assessment Via Mobile Sensing Technologies
Chapter 4: Technology-based Behavioral Interventions for Alcohol and Drug Use Problems
Chapter 5: Using Behavioral Intervention Technologies to Reduce the Burden of Mood and Anxiety Disorders
Chapter 6: Technologies for People with Serious Mental Illness
Chapter 7: Applying Technology to Medication Management and Adherence
Chapter 8: Technological Approaches to Assess and Treat Cigarette Smoking
Chapter 9: Technology-based Interventions to Promote Diet, Exercise and Weight Control
Chapter 10: Evidence-based Approaches to Harnessing Technology to Provide Social-Emotional Support
Section III: METHODS FOR THE EVALUATION OF TECHNOLOGY-BASED BEHAVIORAL HEALTHCARE
Chapter 11: mHealth Analytics
Chapter 12: Research Designs to Develop and Evaluate Technology-Based Health Behavior Interventions
Chapter 13: Evaluating Mechanisms of Behavior Change to Inform and Evaluate Technology-Based Interventions
Chapter 14: Economics Analysis of Technology-Based Behavioral Healthcare Systems
Section IV: EFFECTIVE DISSEMINATION AND IMPLEMENTATION
Chapter 15: Models for Effective Dissemination and Implementation of Technology-based Behavioral Health Care Systems
Chapter 16: Privacy, Security, and Regulatory Considerations as Related to Behavioral Health Information Technology
Chapter 17: Harnessing mHealth in Low-Resource Settings to Overcome Health System Constraints and Achieve Universal Access to Health
Chapter 18: Open Architecture and Standards in Mobile Health
Section V: PUBLIC HEALTH AND POLICY IMPLICATIONS
Chapter 19: Using Technology to Integrate Behavioral Health into Primary Care
Chapter 20: The Potential of Technology Solutions for Behavioral Healthcare Disparities
Chapter 21: Behavioral Health Information Technology Adoption in the Context of a Changing Healthcare Landscape
Chapter 22: Envisioning the Future: Transformation of Health Care Systems via Technology

About the author: 

Lisa A. Marsch, PhD Associate Professor, Department of Psychiatry; and Director, Center for Technology and Behavioral Health Dartmouth Psychiatric Research Center Geisel School of Medicine Dartmouth College Hanover, NH; Sarah Elizabeth Lord, PhD Assistant Professor of Psychiatry,Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth; and Director, Dissemination and Implementation Core, Center for Technology and Behavioral Health Dartmouth Psychiatric Research Center Dartmouth College Hanover, NH; Jesse Dallery, PhD Associate Professor, Department of Psychology; and Center for Technology and Health University of Florida Gainesville, FL

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