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    Health Interventions with Proven Impact

    Adherence, Smoking, Obesity, Diabetes

    Our Work
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    Health Interventions with Proven Impact

    Adherence, Smoking, Obesity, Diabetes

    Our Capabilities

Health Decision Technologies, LLC is a San Francisco Bay Area-based Health IT company focused on creating innovative health interventions with proven impact. We partner with university-based research teams to develop, test, and bring to market game-changing health tools. HDT’s active projects cover medication adherence, diabetes management, smoking cessation, HIV management, and obesity.

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CAPABILITIES

100% focused on health industry, committed to research-driven products. Full lifecycle intervention development; from requirements analysis to finished application.

APPLICATION HOSTING

HIPAA-compliant data and application hosting with 24/7 support and maintenance.

PROJECT MANAGEMENT

  • IRB and Human Subjects Certification experience
  • Grant administration, accounting, and reporting

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PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT

  • Requirements analysis and discovery
  • Specifications & wire frames
  • UX/User interface design & content development
  • Usability testing
  • Database design and maintenance
  • Android and IOS app programming and enterprise distribution
  • Reporting and analytics

MEMBERSHIPS

  • Society of Behavioral Medicine (SBM)
  • The International Society for Research on Internet Interventions (ISRII)
  • Collaborative Institutional Training Initiative at the University of Miami (CITI)
  • Apple iOS Enterprise Registered Developer
  • Google Android Registered Developer

PARTNERS

  • University of Virginia School of Medicine: Department of Family Medicine
  • University of Virginia Center for Global Health
  • University of Kentucky College of Medicine: Department of Behavioral Science
  • University of South Carolina School of Medicine
  • Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center: Section on Infectious Diseases
  • American Lung Association in South Carolina

HDT's WORK

Health Decision Technologies works as either a prime contractor, usually on HHS/NIH research grants; or as consortium member on Heath IT research projects. Current and past projects have covered smoking cessation, diabetes management, obesity, alcohol abuse, medication adherence, and HIV management.

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CURRENT PROJECTS

  • DIALYSISPRO
    Development of a dialysis compliance support smart phone application and web based ecosystem.
    (Role: Technology Partner). Internal Private Grant (Bowman, Rosner). 10/01/14 – present. University of Virginia, Department of Medicine
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  • POSITIVE LINKS: SMART PHONES AND SUPPORT FOR SUCCESSFUL LINKAGE TO HIV CARE
    This program promotes better linkage to care, through a smart phone application that delivers personalized, interactive reminders; offers a virtual community; and monitors adherence and other key behaviors or conditions (like substance abuse or depression).
    (Role: Technology Partner). Retention in Care (RiC) Grant (Dillingham). 02/01/13 – present. AIDS United.
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  • QUITADVISORDDS: A POINT-OF-CARE TOBACCO CESSATION TOOL FOR DENTAL SETTINGS
    This Phase II project evaluates QuitAdvisorDDS as a tool for dental providers to advise patients on tobacco cessation.
    (Role: Primary Investigator). R44DE021327 (Reynolds, Studts). 09/01/13 – present. NIH/NIDCR
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  • QUITADVISORMD: A POINT-OF-CARE TOOL FOR BRIEF SMOKING CESSATION INTERVENTIONS
    The overall goal of the project is to develop a prototype point-of-care computer software application to enhance clinician effectiveness in smoking intervention at the primary care level.
    (Role: Investigator). R44 DA026682-02 (Reynolds, Strayer, Zarnegar). 03/01/09 – present. NIH/NIDA.
   

PAST PROJECTS

  • QUITADVISOROB: A TOOL FOR DELIVERING SMOKING CESSATION GUIDANCE TO PREGNANT WOMEN.
    The long-term objective of this project is to provide a smoking-cessation intervention tool for health care providers in prenatal settings. (Role: Primary Investigator) R41DA032201 (Reynolds, Studts) - NIH/NIDA03/01/13 - 02/28/15
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  • CALL 2 HEALTH
    This project assessed the impacts of a combined modality SMS text messaging and group educational session intervention for women living with diabetes in rural Virginia. (Role: Technology Partner) Together on Diabetes (Nadkarni). Bristol Myers Squibb Foundation. 5/01/11 - 4/30/13.
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  • TEXT MESSAGING ADHERENCE ASSESSMENT & INTERVENTION TOOL FOR RURAL HIV+ DRUG USERS.
    Using formative research with the targeted patients and partnership with a technology developer, we will develop the application and administrative system, Treatment Extension by Text (TxTEXT). (Role: Technology Partner). R34DA031640-02 (Ingersoll). NIH/NIDA. 4/01/11 - 3/31/13.
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  • WEIGHTADVISORMD: A COMPUTER-BASED OBESITY ASSESSMENT AND INTERVENTION TOOL
    This Phase I STTR project will lead to development of WeightAdvisorMD, a set of brief clinical assessment and intervention instruments for weight loss counseling of overweight and obese patients in primary care settings. (Role: Investigator). R41DK083178 (Strayer). NIH/NIDDK.09/10/09 – 07/31/10.
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  • AMIT: A STAGE-BASED TAILORED SUPPORT TOOL FOR ALCOHOL COUNSELING AT THE POINT OF CARE
    This grant funded identifying brief evidence-based clinical instruments to assess problem drinking at the point of care; developed a functioning prototype of an Alcohol Misuse Intervention Tool (AMIT), a portable software tool designed to facilitate delivery of those instruments. (Role: Investigator) R41 AA016030-01 (Strayer). NIH/NIAAA. 09/01/08 - 08/31/09.
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  • QUITADVISORMD: A PDA-BASED SCREENING AND SMOKING INTERVENTION TOOL
    The goal of the project was to develop an interactive web-based and network-synchronizable clinical decision support tool to aid physicians and other health care providers in delivering evidence-based behavioral change interventions at the point of care. Contract HHSN261200644004C (PI: Reynolds). NIH/NCI. 09/01/06 - 02/28/07.

CONTACT

  • Health Decision Technologies, LLC
  • 344 20th Street, Suite #407
  • Oakland, CA 94612
  • 510.984.7562