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Health Maintenance clinical trials at University of California Health

6 in progress, 1 open to eligible people

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  • Report Cards and Feedback for PCCE

    open to eligible people ages 18 years and up

    As part of UCLA Health's commitment to developing an integrated health system built on a foundation of physician-led, team-based primary care, the Department of Medicine (DOM) implemented a performance-based incentive plan called the Primary Care Clinical Excellence (PCCE) Incentive Plan. The UCLA Health DOM Quality team is leading the implementation and evaluation of this incentive plan across the UCLA Health primary care network, with the primary goal to immediately produce improvements in the quality of primary care. In order to rigorously measure the most efficacious ways to frame and communicate information about the quality improvement (QI) program, the DOM Quality team has partnered with the UCLA Anderson School of Management. Understanding the factors that motivate physicians to deliver high quality primary care will provide pivotal insights into the successful implementation of performance based programs nationwide.

    at UCLA

  • UCLA Health Patient Health Maintenance Outreach Text Message

    Sorry, accepting new patients by invitation only

    This is a prospective randomized clinical trial evaluating how behaviorally-informed outreach text messages impact patient engagement with primary care. This prospective randomized control trial is being implemented in conjunction with UCLA Health's larger quality improvement initiative (the My Action Plan Quality Improvement Initiative) in order to improve primary care preventive measure completion rates.

    at UCLA

  • UCLA Health Patient Health Maintenance Text Reminder

    Sorry, accepting new patients by invitation only

    This is a prospective randomized clinical trial evaluating how behaviorally-informed outreach text message reminders impact patient engagement with primary care. This prospective randomized control trial is being implemented in conjunction with UCLA Health's larger quality improvement initiative (the My Action Plan Quality Improvement Initiative) in order to improve primary care preventive measure completion rates.

    at UCLA

  • UCLA Health Patient Health Maintenance Text Reminder July 2023

    Sorry, accepting new patients by invitation only

    This is a prospective randomized clinical trial evaluating how behaviorally-informed outreach text message reminders impact patient engagement with primary care. This prospective randomized control trial is being implemented in conjunction with UCLA Health's larger quality improvement initiative (the My Action Plan Quality Improvement Initiative) in order to improve primary care preventive measure completion rates.

    at UCLA

  • UCLA Health Patient Health Maintenance With Interactive Text Reminder

    Sorry, not yet accepting patients

    This is a prospective randomized clinical trial evaluating how behaviorally-informed outreach text message reminders impact patient engagement with primary care. This prospective randomized control trial is being implemented in conjunction with UCLA Health's larger quality improvement initiative (the My Action Plan Quality Improvement Initiative) in order to improve primary care preventive measure completion rates.

    at UCLA

  • UCLA Health Patient Health Tickler Email

    Sorry, accepting new patients by invitation only

    This is a prospective clinical trial evaluating how a behaviorally-informed outreach email notification impacts patient engagement with primary care. This trial is being implemented in conjunction with UCLA Health's larger quality improvement initiative (the My Action Plan Quality Improvement Initiative) in order to improve primary care preventive measure completion rates. The main question it aims to answer is if sending an enhanced email notification (i.e., enhanced tickler email) to identified UCLA Health primary care patients increases their engagement with primary care. Participants will be assigned to either a control (standard tickler email) or treatment (enhanced tickler email) condition, based on whether their birth date ends in an odd or even number. Researchers will compare control and treatment groups to see if and how they differ in pre-defined outcome measures.

    at UCLA

Our lead scientists for Health Maintenance research studies include .

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