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									             The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Pioneer Portfolio
                          Bibliography, Final Report
                                March 16, 2009

              Chronic Disease Management between Office Visits
                  The Project Health Design National Program
                             RWJF Grant #: 59882
             Grant Period: December 1st, 2006 to February 28th, 2009




James D Ralston, MD MPH (PI)
(Harold I Goldberg, MD, original PI)
University of Washington
The Center for Health Studies
Group Health Cooperative
1730 Minor Avenue, Suite 1600
Seattle, Washington 98101-1448
Phone (206) 287-2076
Pager (206) 541-5216
Fax (206) 287-2871
ralston.j@ghc.org




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Articles
Arsand, E., Tufano, J. T., Ralston, J. D., & Hjortdahl, P. (2008). Designing mobile
dietary management support technologies for people with diabetes. J Telemed
Telecare, 14(7), 329-332.

Project featured in Monthly Newsletter of the United States Congressional Diabetes
Caucus, December 2008.

Reports
James D Ralston and Project HealthDesign staff. Fact sheet on University of
Washington project for United States legislators, Project HealthDesign, Rethinking the
Power of Personal Health Records. 2008

Web Sites
Patient and principle investigator featured in RWJF sponsored podcast series, The
Power of Personal Health Records at http://www.rwjf.org/pr/product.jsp?id=32412

Presentations
James D Ralston “Put Patients First: Transforming Care Through Personal Health
Records”. Presented for policy session at the Project HealthDesign Expo, Washington
DC September 2008.

Software
HealthReach Mobile, licensed under Berkeley Open Source agreement. Technical
documentation attached. Software code available from University of Washington. 2009

Promotion
Visual story for project. Video available at http://www.projecthealthdesign.org/overview-
phr/projects/190872




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