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The Resource Behavioral healthcare and technology : using science-based innovations to transform practice, edited by Lisa A. Marsch, Sarah E. Lord, Jesse Dallery

Behavioral healthcare and technology : using science-based innovations to transform practice, edited by Lisa A. Marsch, Sarah E. Lord, Jesse Dallery

Label
Behavioral healthcare and technology : using science-based innovations to transform practice
Title
Behavioral healthcare and technology
Title remainder
using science-based innovations to transform practice
Statement of responsibility
edited by Lisa A. Marsch, Sarah E. Lord, Jesse Dallery
Contributor
Editor
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DNLM/DLC
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Marsch, Lisa A.
  • Lord, Sarah E.
  • Dallery, Jesse
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Medical technology
Label
Behavioral healthcare and technology : using science-based innovations to transform practice, edited by Lisa A. Marsch, Sarah E. Lord, Jesse Dallery
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Using behavioral intervention technologies to reduce the burden of mood and anxiety disorders
  • Stephen M. Schueller, Miraj Chokshi, and David C. Mohr
  • Technologies for people with serious mental illness
  • Dror Ben-Zeev, Robert E. Drake and Rachel M. Brian
  • Applying technology to medication management and adherence
  • Leah L. Zullig, Ryan J. Shaw and Hayden B. Bosworth
  • Technological approaches to assess and treat cigarette smoking
  • Jesse Dallery and Sarah Martner
  • Technology-based interventions to promote diet, exercise and weight control
  • Carmina G. Valle and Deborah Tate
  • Technology and the stage model of behavioral intervention development
  • Evidence-based approaches to harnessing technology to provide social-emotional support
  • Timothy Bickmore
  • mHealth analytics
  • Daniel M. Smith and Theodore A. Walls
  • Research designs to develop and evaluate technology-based health behavior interventions
  • Jesse Dallery, William T. Riley and Inbal Nahum-Shani
  • Evaluating mechanisms of behavior change to inform and evaluate technology-based interventions
  • Amanda N. Baraldi, Ingrid C. Wurpts, David P. MacKinnon and Ginger Lockhart
  • Economics analysis of technology-based behavioral health care systems
  • Daniel Polsky
  • Lisa S. Onken and Varda Shoham
  • Models for effective dissemination and implementation of technology-based behavioral health care systems
  • Sarah E. Lord
  • Privacy, security, and regulatory considerations as related to behavioral health information technology
  • Penelope P. Hughes, Melissa M. Goldstein
  • Harnessing mHealth in low-resource settings to overcome health system constraints and achieve universal access to health
  • Garrett Mehl, Lavanya Vasudevan, Lianne Gonsalves, Matt Berg, Tamsyn Seimon, Marleen Temmerman and Alain Labrique
  • Open architecture and standards in mobile health
  • Julia E. Hoffman, Kelly M. Ramsey and Deborah Estrin
  • Using technology to integrate behavioral health into primary care
  • Lola Awoyinka, David H. Gustafson and Roberta Johnson
  • Theoretical models to inform technology-based health behavior interventions
  • The potential of technology solutions for behavioral healthcare disparities
  • Michael Christopher Gibbons
  • Behavioral health information technology adoption in the context of a changing healthcare landscape
  • Wendy Nilsen and Misha Pavel
  • Envisioning the future : transformation of health care systems via technology
  • Lisa A. Marsch
  • William T. Riley
  • Behavioral monitoring and assessment via sensing technologies
  • Santosh Kumar, Mustafa Al'Absi, J. Gayle Beck, Emre Ertin and Marcia Scott
  • Technology-based behavioral interventions for alcohol and drug use problems
  • Aimee N.C. Campbell, Frederick Muench and Edward V. Nunes
Control code
ocn884139812
Dimensions
27cm
Extent
xvi, 348 pages
Isbn
9780199314027
Isbn Type
(alk. paper)
Lccn
2014028147
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
System control number
(OCoLC)884139812
Label
Behavioral healthcare and technology : using science-based innovations to transform practice, edited by Lisa A. Marsch, Sarah E. Lord, Jesse Dallery
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Using behavioral intervention technologies to reduce the burden of mood and anxiety disorders
  • Stephen M. Schueller, Miraj Chokshi, and David C. Mohr
  • Technologies for people with serious mental illness
  • Dror Ben-Zeev, Robert E. Drake and Rachel M. Brian
  • Applying technology to medication management and adherence
  • Leah L. Zullig, Ryan J. Shaw and Hayden B. Bosworth
  • Technological approaches to assess and treat cigarette smoking
  • Jesse Dallery and Sarah Martner
  • Technology-based interventions to promote diet, exercise and weight control
  • Carmina G. Valle and Deborah Tate
  • Technology and the stage model of behavioral intervention development
  • Evidence-based approaches to harnessing technology to provide social-emotional support
  • Timothy Bickmore
  • mHealth analytics
  • Daniel M. Smith and Theodore A. Walls
  • Research designs to develop and evaluate technology-based health behavior interventions
  • Jesse Dallery, William T. Riley and Inbal Nahum-Shani
  • Evaluating mechanisms of behavior change to inform and evaluate technology-based interventions
  • Amanda N. Baraldi, Ingrid C. Wurpts, David P. MacKinnon and Ginger Lockhart
  • Economics analysis of technology-based behavioral health care systems
  • Daniel Polsky
  • Lisa S. Onken and Varda Shoham
  • Models for effective dissemination and implementation of technology-based behavioral health care systems
  • Sarah E. Lord
  • Privacy, security, and regulatory considerations as related to behavioral health information technology
  • Penelope P. Hughes, Melissa M. Goldstein
  • Harnessing mHealth in low-resource settings to overcome health system constraints and achieve universal access to health
  • Garrett Mehl, Lavanya Vasudevan, Lianne Gonsalves, Matt Berg, Tamsyn Seimon, Marleen Temmerman and Alain Labrique
  • Open architecture and standards in mobile health
  • Julia E. Hoffman, Kelly M. Ramsey and Deborah Estrin
  • Using technology to integrate behavioral health into primary care
  • Lola Awoyinka, David H. Gustafson and Roberta Johnson
  • Theoretical models to inform technology-based health behavior interventions
  • The potential of technology solutions for behavioral healthcare disparities
  • Michael Christopher Gibbons
  • Behavioral health information technology adoption in the context of a changing healthcare landscape
  • Wendy Nilsen and Misha Pavel
  • Envisioning the future : transformation of health care systems via technology
  • Lisa A. Marsch
  • William T. Riley
  • Behavioral monitoring and assessment via sensing technologies
  • Santosh Kumar, Mustafa Al'Absi, J. Gayle Beck, Emre Ertin and Marcia Scott
  • Technology-based behavioral interventions for alcohol and drug use problems
  • Aimee N.C. Campbell, Frederick Muench and Edward V. Nunes
Control code
ocn884139812
Dimensions
27cm
Extent
xvi, 348 pages
Isbn
9780199314027
Isbn Type
(alk. paper)
Lccn
2014028147
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
System control number
(OCoLC)884139812

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