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Sleep Trackers for Physician-Patient Communication

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Testing Utility of Commercially Available Sleep Trackers for Physician-Patient Communication

Sleep related disorders are common in primary care practice. Sleep wear related data has not been utilized to improve sleep related communication between patients and providers. The study team is conducting a randomized study to improve physical-patient communication regarding sleep through a novel intervention based upon sleep wear and the SleeplifeAR app.

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Patients and healthy individuals accepted common.study.methods.is-healthy-no

Behavioral - SleepLife Application w/FitBit

Subjects receive a FitBit. Subjects receive access to the SleepLife Application. Subjects receive training and assistance setting up use and access to the SleepLife Application. Subjects' physicians will receive subject sleep data. Subjects and physicians have the option of messaging each other through the SleepLife application.

Behavioral - FitBit w/Minimal to No SleepLife App.

Subjects will receive a FitBit. Subjects will be told about the SleepLife Application (but not be shown how to access it). Subjects will receive no training with regard to how to access SleepLife Application. Subjects' physicians will receive no subject sleep data.

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Testing Utility of Commercially Available Sleep Trackers for Physician-Patient Communication Around Sleep Experience, Habits, and Behaviors

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NCT03795129

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bo27za