University of Southern California
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Research

CoYoT1 to California (CTC) — Telemedicine to Engage Young Adults with Diabetes

Principal Investigator: Jennifer Raymond, MD, MCR (Children’s Hospital Los Angeles)
Co-Investigator: Beth Pyatak PhD, OTR/L, CDCES, FAOTA

January 2018 to December 2021 | Total funding $108,784

Funding sourceAmount

CHLA/Donaghue Foundation (RGA011022-A) $108,784 (anticipated)

The purpose of this study is to adapt and pilot-test a successful telemedicine and shared medical appointment clinical care model for young adults with type 1 diabetes. Previously implemented among a privately-insured population at a diabetes specialty center, we will adapt the care model to meet the needs of a low-SES, racially and ethnically diverse population receiving care at a hospital-based endocrine clinic, and evaluate its effectiveness in improving access to care, follow-up frequency, and patient and provider satisfaction.

Publications

Journal Articles

Raymond, J. K., Reid, M. W., Fox, S., Garcia, J. F., Miller, D., Bisno, D., Fogel, J. L., Krishnan, S., & Pyatak, E. A. (2020). Adapting home telehealth group appointment model (CoYoT1 clinic) for a low SES, publicly insured, minority young adult population with type 1 diabetes. Contemporary Clinical Trials, 88, 105896. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.cct.2019.105896 Show abstract

Bakhach, M., Reid, M. W., Pyatak, E. A., Berget, C., Cain, C., Thomas, J., Klingensmith, G. J., & Raymond, J. K. (2019). Home telemedicine (CoYoT1 clinic): A novel approach to improve psychosocial outcomes in young adults with diabetes. The Diabetes Educator, 45(4), 420-430. https://doi.org/10.1177/0145721719858080 Show abstract