Comparing Mobile Health (mHealth) and Clinic-Based Self-Management Interventions for Serious Mental Illness: Patient Engagement, Satisfaction, and Outcomes

Project: Research project

Project Details


Scope of Work: Ben-Zeev PCORI submission Northwestern agrees to: 1. Northwestern will provide server hosting and maintenance for the previously developed system. This will consist of a typical Ubuntu Linux server hosted on the Northwestern network. 2. Northwestern will provide basic software updates and assistance in hardware configuration. For these functions, up to 30 hours of programmer time in Year 1 and 15 hours in Years 2 and 3 will be provided. If additional programming time is needed, it will be billed on an hourly rate. In addition to Northwestern’s responsibilities listed above, the following parties will be responsible for the following assets and labor: 1. Dartmouth will primarily be responsible for acquiring any DNS domain names. Northwestern will provide assistance mapping those domains to point to Northwestern servers. 2. Dartmouth will be solely responsible for recruitment & compensation of research subjects. 3. Dartmouth staff will be responsible for direct patient technology assistance. Any core modifications made to the system that are not specific to the FOCUS interventions will be contributed back to the open-source project.
Effective start/end date1/1/158/17/16


  • Dartmouth College (1642R98 // CER-1403-11403)
  • Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (1642R98 // CER-1403-11403)


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