BMI 502 SIU Impact of Telemedicine in Bowel Disease Literature Review

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Literature review article 
Topic: Impact of Telemedicine in Inflammatory Bowel Disease 
citations using endnote ; paper should contain headings: abstract, introduction, literature review, methodology, discussion and conclusionBMI 502 ANNOTATED BIBILIOGRAPHY
1. Yin, A. L., Hachuel, D., Pollak, J. P., Scherl, E. J., & Estrin, D. (2019). Digital Health
Apps in the Clinical Care of Inflammatory Bowel Disease: Scoping Review. Journal of
medical Internet research, 21(8), e14630. https://doi.org/10.2196/14630
This article is a scoping review that aims to identify and evaluate digital health apps in the
clinical care of inflammatory bowel disease (IBD). The authors searched various databases for
studies that investigated the use of digital health apps in IBD care. The review found that digital
health apps have the potential to improve self-management and clinical outcomes for IBD
patients. However, the authors also note that the current evidence is limited, and more rigorous
studies are needed to evaluate the effectiveness of these apps.
2. Aguas, M., Del Hoyo, J., Faubel, R., Valdivieso, B., & Nos, P. (2017). Telemedicine in
the treatment of patients with inflammatory bowel disease. Telemedicina en el manejo de
pacientes con enfermedad inflamatoria intestinal. Gastroenterologia y hepatologia, 40(9),
641–647. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.gastrohep.2017.07.001
This article reviews the use of telemedicine in the treatment of patients with IBD. The authors
describe various telemedicine technologies and their applications in IBD care, including remote
consultations, telemonitoring, and teleeducation. They also discuss the potential benefits and
challenges of telemedicine in IBD care, such as improving access to care, reducing healthcare
costs, and maintaining patient privacy. Overall, the authors suggest that telemedicine can
improve the quality of care for IBD patients, particularly in rural or remote areas.
3. de Jong, M. J., van der Meulen-de Jong, A. E., Romberg-Camps, M. J., Becx, M. C.,
Maljaars, J. P., Cilissen, M., van Bodegraven, A. A., Mahmmod, N., Markus, T.,
Hameeteman, W. M., Dijkstra, G., Masclee, A. A., Boonen, A., Winkens, B., van
Tubergen, A., Jonkers, D. M., & Pierik, M. J. (2017). Telemedicine for management of
inflammatory bowel disease (myIBDcoach): a pragmatic, multicentre, randomised
controlled trial. Lancet (London, England), 390(10098), 959–968.
https://doi.org/10.1016/S0140-6736(17)31327-2
This article describes a randomized controlled trial of telemedicine for the management of IBD.
The authors developed a telemedicine platform called myIBDcoach, which provided remote
monitoring, self-management education, and communication with healthcare providers. The
study found that the myIBDcoach platform was effective in improving patient outcomes,
including quality of life, medication adherence, and disease control. The authors suggest that
telemedicine can enhance the management of IBD and reduce the burden on healthcare systems.
4. Siegel C. A. (2020). Management of Inflammatory Bowel Disease With Telemedicine.
Gastroenterology & hepatology, 16(10), 526–528.
This article provides an overview of telemedicine in the management of IBD. The author
discusses the benefits and challenges of telemedicine, including the potential to improve access
to care, reduce healthcare costs, and increase patient satisfaction. The author also notes the
importance
5. Fazal, F., Ur Rehman, M. E., Asif, O., Mustafa, H., Tanveer, U., Haider, T., Khalid, A.
R., Saeed, S., & Basit, J. (2022). Telemedicine: A promising future for inflammatory
bowel disease management. Annals of medicine and surgery (2012), 82, 104684.
https://doi.org/10.1016/j.amsu.2022.104684
Fazal et al. (2022) discusses the potential of telemedicine in managing inflammatory bowel
disease (IBD). The authors review the current state of IBD management, including its limitations
and challenges, and argue that telemedicine has the potential to improve patient outcomes,
increase access to care, and reduce healthcare costs. The article provides examples of
telemedicine applications, such as remote monitoring, teleconsultation, and tele-education, and
highlights their benefits and limitations. The authors also discuss the regulatory and ethical
considerations that need to be addressed to ensure the safe and effective use of telemedicine in
IBD management.
6. Rowan, C., & Hirten, R. (2022). The future of telemedicine and wearable technology in
IBD. Current opinion in gastroenterology, 38(4), 373–381.
https://doi.org/10.1097/MOG.0000000000000845
Rowan and Hirten (2022) provides an overview of the current state and future potential of
telemedicine and wearable technology in IBD management. The authors discuss the potential of
telemedicine to improve disease management, reduce healthcare costs, and increase patient
engagement. They also review the current state of wearable technology and its applications in
IBD management, including the use of sensors, mobile health apps, and virtual reality. The
article highlights the challenges that need to be addressed to ensure the effective integration of
telemedicine and wearable technology into clinical practice.
7. Atreja, A., Otobo, E., Ramireddy, K., & Deorocki, A. (2018). Remote Patient Monitoring
in IBD: Current State and Future Directions. Current gastroenterology reports, 20(2), 6.
https://doi.org/10.1007/s11894-018-0611-3
Atreja et al. (2018) reviews the current state and future directions of remote patient monitoring
(RPM) in IBD. The article discusses the potential of RPM to improve patient outcomes, increase
patient engagement, and reduce healthcare costs. The authors review the different types of RPM
technologies, such as telemonitoring, teleconsultation, and mobile health apps, and their
applications in IBD management. The article also highlights the regulatory and ethical
considerations that need to be addressed to ensure the safe and effective use of RPM in IBD
management.
8. George, L. A., Dominic, M. R., & Cross, R. K. (2020). Integration of telemedicine into
clinical practice for inflammatory bowel disease. Current opinion in gastroenterology,
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George et al. (2020) provides a review of the integration of telemedicine into clinical practice for
IBD management. The article discusses the benefits and challenges of telemedicine in IBD
management, including its potential to improve access to care, increase patient engagement, and
reduce healthcare costs. The authors also review the different types of telemedicine technologies,
such as telemonitoring, teleconsultation, and tele-education, and their applications in IBD
management. The article provides examples of successful telemedicine programs and highlights
the challenges that need to be addressed to ensure the effective integration of telemedicine into
clinical practice.
9. Quinn, C. C., Chard, S., Roth, E. G., Eckert, J. K., Russman, K. M., & Cross, R. K.
(2019). The Telemedicine for Patients With Inflammatory Bowel Disease (TELE-IBD)
Clinical Trial: Qualitative Assessment of Participants’ Perceptions. Journal of medical
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Quinn et al. (2019) reports a qualitative assessment of participants’ perceptions of the
Telemedicine for Patients with Inflammatory Bowel Disease (TELE-IBD) clinical trial. The
article discusses the benefits and challenges of telemedicine in IBD management, including its
potential to improve access to care, increase patient engagement, and reduce healthcare costs.
The authors also review the different types of telemedicine technologies used in the TELE-IBD
trial, such as telemonitoring and teleconsultation, and their impact on patient outcomes. The
article provides insights into patients’ perceptions of telemedicine and their experiences with the
TELE-IBD trial.
10. Aguas Peris, M., Del Hoyo, J., Bebia, P., Faubel, R., Barrios, A., Bastida, G., Valdivieso,
B., & Nos, P. (2015). Telemedicine in inflammatory bowel disease: opportunities and
approaches. Inflammatory bowel diseases, 21(2), 392–399.
Aguas Peris et al. (2015) discusses the potential of telemedicine in IBD management and provide
an overview of its different applications, such as telemonitoring, teleconsultation, and teleeducation. The article discusses the benefits and challenges of telemedicine in IBD management,
including its potential to improve patient outcomes, increase access to care, and reduce
healthcare costs. The authors also review the regulatory and ethical considerations that need to
be addressed to ensure the safe and effective use of telemedicine in IBD management.
11. Michel, H. K., Maltz, R. M., Boyle, B., Donegan, A., & Dotson, J. L. (2021). Applying
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Michel et al. (2021) describes the implementation of a telemedicine program for
multidisciplinary pediatric inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) care. They found that the program
led to high satisfaction rates among patients and caregivers, improved access to care, and
reduced the need for in-person visits.
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Digital Health Monitoring in the Management of Inflammatory Bowel Disease. Journal
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Zhen et al. (2021) conducted a literature review to assess the impact of digital health
monitoring in the management of IBD. They found that digital health interventions such as
telemedicine and mobile apps can improve disease outcomes, patient satisfaction, and
medication adherence. However, they also noted that further research is needed to fully
understand the long-term benefits of these interventions.
13. Majidova, K., Handfield, J., Kafi, K., Martin, R. D., & Kubinski, R. (2021). Role of
Digital Health and Artificial Intelligence in Inflammatory Bowel Disease: A Scoping
Review. Genes, 12(10), 1465. https://doi.org/10.3390/genes12101465
Majidova et al. (2021) conducted a scoping review to explore the role of digital health and
artificial intelligence in IBD. They found that digital health interventions such as telemedicine,
mobile apps, and wearables can improve patient outcomes and provide valuable data for
personalized medicine. However, they also highlighted the need for further research to evaluate
the effectiveness of these interventions and address potential privacy and ethical concerns.
14. Cross, R. K., Jambaulikar, G., Langenberg, P., Tracy, J. K., Collins, J. F., Katz, J.,
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Cross et al. (2015) describes the design and implementation of the TELEmedicine for Patients
with Inflammatory Bowel Disease (TELE-IBD) randomized clinical trial. The study aimed to
assess the feasibility and effectiveness of a telemedicine program for IBD care. They found that
the program was feasible and well-received by patients, but further research is needed to fully
evaluate its impact on disease outcomes.
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Katz, J., Ghazi, L., Patil, S. A., Quezada, S. M., Beaulieu, D., Horst, S. N., Russman, K.,
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Controlled Trial of TELEmedicine for Patients with Inflammatory Bowel Disease
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Cross et al. (2019) reports the results of the TELE-IBD randomized controlled trial, which aimed
to assess the effectiveness of a telemedicine program for IBD care. They found that the program
led to improved disease outcomes and patient satisfaction, and reduced healthcare utilization and
costs. The study suggests that telemedicine can be an effective way to provide IBD care,
especially for patients in rural or underserved areas.
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telemedicine in the management of IBD. The review will assess the impact of telemedicine on
disease outcomes, patient satisfaction, and healthcare utilization, and identify best practices for
implementing telemedicine programs.
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Harris et al. (2020) reports the experiences of patients with IBD during the COVID-19 pandemic,
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convenience and safety of telemedicine, but also experienced challenges such as technological
difficulties and reduced access to in-person care.
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IBD. They describe various telemedicine modalities, such as videoconferencing, remote
monitoring, and mobile apps, and discuss the potential benefits and challenges of each approach.
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Ankersen et al. (2021) describes the use of e-health and remote management of patients with
IBD in Denmark during the COVID-19 pandemic. They found that telemedicine was effective in
providing care for patients with IBD and allowed for continuity of care during the pandemic.
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across distance, such as through telemedicine. They describe various telemedicine programs
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approaches in remote IBD care.
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