Systematic Review of Self-Measured Blood Pressure Monitoring With Support: Intervention Effectiveness and Cost
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Systematic Review of Self-Measured Blood Pressure Monitoring With Support: Intervention Effectiveness and Cost

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    • Alternative Title:
      Am J Prev Med
    • Description:
      Introduction:

      Self-measured blood pressure monitoring with support is an evidence-based intervention that helps patients control their blood pressure. This systematic economic review describes how certain intervention aspects contribute to effectiveness, intervention cost, and intervention cost per unit of the effectiveness of self-measured blood pressure monitoring with support.

      Methods:

      Papers published between data inception and March 2021 were identified from a database search and manual searches. Papers were included if they focused on self-measured blood pressure monitoring with support and reported blood pressure change and intervention cost. Papers focused on preeclampsia, kidney disease, or drug efficacy were excluded. Quality of estimates was assessed for effectiveness, cost, and cost per unit of effectiveness. Patient characteristics and intervention features were analyzed in 2021 to determine how they impacted effectiveness, intervention cost, and intervention cost per unit of effectiveness.

      Results:

      A total of 22 studies were included in this review from papers identified in the search. Type of support was not associated with differences in cost and cost per unit of effectiveness. Lower cost and cost per unit of effectiveness were achieved with simple technologies such as interactive phone systems, smartphones, and websites and where providers interacted with patients only as needed.

      Discussion:

      Some of the included studies provided only limited information on key outcomes of interest to this review. However, the strength of this review is the systematic collection and synthesis of evidence that revealed the associations between the characteristics of implemented interventions and their patients and the interventions’ effectiveness and cost, a useful contribution to the fields of both research and implementation.

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    • Pubmed ID:
      34686388
    • Pubmed Central ID:
      PMC8748385
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