Meghan Bradway

Bio

Meghan Bradway, MBA, BSc, is a research scholar at NSE, and affiliated with the project “Full Flow of Health Data Between Patients and Health Care Systems”. Bradway is Master of Business Administration (MBA), Loyola University Chicago, 2012-2013, and Bachelor of Science (BSc) in Biology, Minor in Biostatistics, Loyola University Chicago, 2008-2012.

In 2015, she became a Certified Revenue Cycle Representative, Healthcare Financial Management Association. Prior to joining NSE, she was a Math Science and Leadership Program Instructor, University of Washington, Tacoma, 2013, and Researcher, University of Illinois at Chicago's College of Dentistry, Wound Healing and Tissue Regeneration Lab, 2010-2012.

Meghan Bradway

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Publikasjoner i Cristin

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Design better together: Co-design workshop protocol to develop an m-diabetes data sharing system between patients and clinicians 2018 FOREDRAG
Stepwise treatment concept proposed for an m-health enabled diabetes intervention 2018 FOREDRAG
Stepwise treatment concept proposed for an m-health enabled diabetes intervention 2018 TIDSSKRIFTPUBL
The necessity of using mixed methods for assessment of mHealth interventions: Application in the "Full Flow of Datasharing" project. 2018 TIDSSKRIFTPUBL
The necessity of using mixed methods for assessment of mHealth interventions: APplication in the "Full Flow of Datasharing" Project 2018 FOREDRAG
A FHIR-based data flow enabling patients to share self-collected data with the Norwegian national healthcare systems and electronic health record systems 2018 FOREDRAG
A FHIR-based data flow enabling patients to share self-collected data with the Norwegian national healthcare systems and electronic health record systems 2018 TIDSSKRIFTPUBL
EXPERIENCE FROM USING A DYNAMIC STUDY MANAGEMENT SERVICE FOR AN MHEALTH DIABETES TYPE 2 RCT 2018 FOREDRAG
EXPERIENCE FROM USING A DYNAMIC STUDY MANAGEMENT SERVICE FOR AN MHEALTH DIABETES TYPE 2 RCT 2018 TIDSSKRIFTPUBL
Systems integrating self-collected health data by patients into EHRs and medical systems: a State-of-the-art review 2017 TIDSSKRIFTPUBL
mHealth and Diabetes 2017 FOREDRAG
Warning: the Do-It-Yourself (DIY) wave will drastically change diabetes care 2016 FOREDRAG
mHealth Assessment: Conceptualization of a Global Framework 2016 FOREDRAG
Deling av pasientgenererte data fra m-helseverktøy 2016 INFORMASJONSMATR
AUTOMATIC DETECTION OF MEALTIME SITUATIONS IN DAILY REGIMEN OF PATIENTS WITH TYPE 1 DIABETES WHO USE MHEALTH TECHNOLOGIES. 2017 FOREDRAG
A REVIEW OF MOBILE APPLICATIONS GENERAL PRACTICE: FORMING A QUESTIONNAIRE TO EXPLORE CLINICIAN NEEDS 2017 FOREDRAG
EVALUATING THE ROLE OF MHEALTH INTERVENTIONS IN PATIENT EMPOWERMENT FOR CHRONIC DISEASE MANAGEMENT SUCH AS DIABETES. 2017 FOREDRAG
THE NEED FOR UPDATED EVALUATION APPROACHES FOR EHEALTH AND MHEALTH INTERVENTIONS – A DYNAMIC CONCEPT FOR MORE EFFICIENT TRIALS 2017 FOREDRAG
DIFFERENTIATING PRESENTATION OF PATIENT-GATHERED DATA BETWEEN TYPE 1 AND 2 DIABETES DURING CONSULTATIONS 2017 FOREDRAG
AUTOMATIC DETECTION OF MEALTIME SITUATIONS IN DAILY REGIMEN OF PATIENTS WITH TYPE 1 DIABETES WHO USE MHEALTH TECHNOLOGIES 2017 TIDSSKRIFTPUBL
EVALUATING THE ROLE OF MHEALTH INTERVENTIONS IN PATIENT EMPOWERMENT FOR CHRONIC DISEASE MANAGEMENT SUCH AS DIABETES 2017 TIDSSKRIFTPUBL
A REVIEW OF MOBILE APPLICATIONS GENERAL PRACTICE: FORMING A QUESTIONNAIRE TO EXPLORE CLINICIAN NEEDS 2017 TIDSSKRIFTPUBL
THE NEED FOR UPDATED EVALUATION APPROACHES FOR EHEALTH AND MHEALTH INTERVENTIONS – A DYNAMIC CONCEPT FOR MORE EFFICIENT TRIALS 2017 TIDSSKRIFTPUBL
DIFFERENTIATING PRESENTATION OF PATIENT-GATHERED DATA BETWEEN TYPE 1 AND 2 DIABETES DURING CONSULTATIONS 2017 TIDSSKRIFTPUBL
The opportunity to evaluate the impact of our changing health care system through archetypes and reinforced use of medical coding 2016 FOREDRAG
The potential use of patient-gathered data from mHealth tools: suggestions based on an RCT-study 2016 FOREDRAG
mHealth data-sharing system to improve communication during consultations: Type 1 diabetes patients’ perspective during the FI-STAR study 2016 FOREDRAG
System for enabling clinicians to relate to a mobile health app: Preliminary results of the Norwegian trial in the EU FI-STAR project. 2016 FOREDRAG
Utilizing social media for research and development of diabetes self-management tools 2016 FOREDRAG
mHealth Assessment: conceptualization of a global framework 2016 TIDSSKRIFTPUBL
The potential use of patient-gathered data from mHealth tools: suggestions based on an RCT-study 2016 TIDSSKRIFTPUBL
The opportunity to evaluate the impact of our changing health care system through archetypes and reinforced use of medical coding 2016 TIDSSKRIFTPUBL
Integrating data from apps, wearables and personal Electronic Health Record (pEHR) systems with clinicians’ Electronic Health Records (EHR) systems 2016 TIDSSKRIFTPUBL
mHealth data-sharing system to improve communication during consultations: Type 1 diabetes patients’ perspective during the FI-STAR study 2016 TIDSSKRIFTPUBL
Warning: the Do-It-Yourself (DIY) wave will drastically change diabetes care! 2016 TIDSSKRIFTPUBL
System for enabling clinicians to relate to a mobile health app: Preliminary results of the Norwegian trial in the EU FI-STAR project 2016 TIDSSKRIFTPUBL
The Use of eHealth and Provider-Based Health Services by Patients with Diabetes Mellitus: Protocol for a Cross-Sectional Study 2016 TIDSSKRIFTPUBL
What are diabetes patients discussing on social media? 2016 TIDSSKRIFTPUBL
THE NEED TO TAILOR MOBILE PHONE-BASED DIABETES SELF-MANAGEMENT TOOLS 2016 FOREDRAG
Serious Gaming in Diabetes: Combining Apps and Gaming Principles in a Holistic Diabetes Environment 2016 FOREDRAG
Wearable Computing in Diabetes – Advanced Functions Enabled by Smartwatches 2016 FOREDRAG
Designing motivational and educational diabetes video games involving children as a creative resource 2016 FOREDRAG
Utilizing technology and alternative approaches for displaying vital information and creating engagement for children and adolescents with diabetes 2016 FOREDRAG
Using Online Forums to Better Understand Motivations Behind Technology Uptake Among Type 2 Diabetes Patients, Using CGM as the Use-Case 2016 FOREDRAG
Utilizing social media for research and developement of diabetes self-management tools. 2016 TIDSSKRIFTPUBL
Wearable Computing in Diabetes: Advanced Functions Enabled by Smartwatches 2016 TIDSSKRIFTPUBL
Designing motivational and educational diabetes video games involving children as a creative resource 2016 TIDSSKRIFTPUBL
Utilizing technology and alternative approaches for displaying vital information and creating engagement for children and adolescents with diabetes 2016 TIDSSKRIFTPUBL
Using Online Forums to Better Understand Motivations Behind Technology Uptake Among Type 2 Diabetes Patients, Using CGM as the Use-Case 2016 TIDSSKRIFTPUBL
Serious Gaming in Diabetes: Combining Apps and Gaming Principles in a Holistic Diabetes Environment 2016 TIDSSKRIFTPUBL
Mobile Health: Empowering patients and driving change 2015 TIDSSKRIFTPUBL
Mobile applications for people with diabetes published between 2010 and 2015 2015 TIDSSKRIFTPUBL
Využití chytrých hodinek (smartwatch) při self-managementu diabetu 2015 FOREDRAG
Do mobile medical apps need to follow European and US regulations or not: decisions exemplified by diabetes management app 2015 FOREDRAG
Diabetes Automata: Software Engine for Blood Glucose Level Simulation 2015 FOREDRAG
Do mobile medical apps need to follow European and US regulations or not: decisions exemplified by diabetes management app 2015 BOKRAPPORTDEL
Diabetes Automata: Software Engine for Blood Glucose Level Simulation 2015 BOKRAPPORTDEL
Performance of the first Combined Smartwatch to Smartphone Diabetes Diary Application Study 2015 TIDSSKRIFTPUBL