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Table 1 Intervention components

From: Low-touch, team-based care for co-morbidity management in cancer patients: the ONE TEAM randomized controlled trial

  iGuide intervention (Self-guided) iGuide2 (Tailored/Targeted)
Patient-level components (1) the patient-level brief video vignettes with a written summary describing: (a) importance of heart health, (b) how your primary care provider can help you during and after cancer treatment; (c) heart health: taking your medicines properly; (d) taking control of blood pressure; (e) eating well to maintain your health; (f) keeping your heart healthy by staying active; and (g) life after cancer therapy and managing more than one health problem.
(2) patient-facing webinars hosted by a cancer survivor, medical oncologist, primary care provider, and other relevant providers.
Tailored video vignettes with pre-video tip sheets designed to inform patient about: (a) value-based goal setting, (b) readiness and self-efficacy for chronic disease management, (c) taking medication as prescribed, (d) and preparing for an office visit.
PCP-level components (1) a brief letter from our research team notifying the PCP that their patient has enrolled and a brief description of the study;
(2) a brief EHR-templated letter from the cancer care team notifying the PCP of the patient’s cancer diagnosis; and indicating the cancer team and PCP’s roles in in managing the patient’s conditions;
(3) a monthly tele-education, case-based series that covers case management recommendations from oncology experts to help expand the PCP’s capacity to manage complex diseases;
(4) quarterly automated treatment update messages from the cancer team sent through the EHR reinforcing the importance of CVD risk factor management
(1) cancer specialist-facing dashboard that will be oncologist-specific versions of the study Enrollment report listing each of the HEDIS measures (2) specialist-to-PCP quarterly automated letter offering a case review