Published on in Vol 5, No 6 (2021): June

Preprints (earlier versions) of this paper are available at https://preprints.jmir.org/preprint/24509, first published .
Testing the Feasibility of Sensor-Based Home Health Monitoring (TEC4Home) to Support the Convalescence of Patients With Heart Failure: Pre–Post Study

Testing the Feasibility of Sensor-Based Home Health Monitoring (TEC4Home) to Support the Convalescence of Patients With Heart Failure: Pre–Post Study

Testing the Feasibility of Sensor-Based Home Health Monitoring (TEC4Home) to Support the Convalescence of Patients With Heart Failure: Pre–Post Study

Kendall Ho 1*, MD, FRCPC;  Helen Novak Lauscher 1*, PhD;  Jennifer Cordeiro 1*, BA;  Nathaniel Hawkins 2, MBChB, MD, MPH;  Frank Scheuermeyer 2, MD, MHSc;  Craig Mitton 3, PhD;  Hubert Wong 4, PhD;  Colleen McGavin 5, BA, DipED;  Dianne Ross 6, RN, CCN(C);  Glory Apantaku 3, MSc;  Mohammad Ehsan Karim 4, MSc, PhD;  Amrit Bhullar 1, BSc;  Riyad Abu-Laban 2, MD, MHSc, FRCPC;  Suzanne Nixon 2, BScN, RN, MSN;  Tyler Smith 7, CPA, MBA

1 Digital Emergency Medicine, University of British Columbia , Vancouver, BC, CA

2 University of British Columbia , Vancouver, BC, CA

3 Centre for Clinical Epidemiology & Evaluation, University of British Columbia , Vancouver, BC, CA

4 Centre for Health Evaluation & Outcome Sciences, University of British Columbia , Vancouver, BC, CA

5 BC Support for People & Patient-Oriented Research & Trials , Vancouver, BC, CA

6 Vancouver General Hospital , Vancouver, BC, CA

7 TELUS Health , Vancouver, BC, CA

*these authors contributed equally

Corresponding Author:

  • Kendall Ho, MD, FRCPC
  • Digital Emergency Medicine
  • University of British Columbia
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