Spotlight Beta Testing Starts Collecting Real World Evidence
Updated: Sep 7
Spotlight underpinned by the Kaleidoscope Model of Care (KALMOD) began its beta testing last week in the next step to reducing healthcare professional burnout and improving routine care for people with chronic conditions.
Burnout amongst HCPs is a key challenge affecting healthcare practice, safety and quality of care. It is estimated that more than half of US physicians experience substantial symptoms of burnout, with burnout almost twice as prevalent among physicians as US workers in other fields. Nurses experience a similarly high prevalence of burnout and depression, with 43% reporting high degrees of emotional exhaustion. Spotlight reduces the burden on HCPs by providing clarity to patient facilitators and barriers to disease self-management. This enables greater collaboration between HCPs and their patients, meeting NICE guidelines for patient-centred care.
For further information on the evidence-base and theoretical approach, please see:
Katharine Barnard-Kelly. Utilizing eHealth and Telemedicine Technologies to Enhance Access and Quality of Consultations: It’s Not What You Say, It’s The Way You Say it. Diabetes Technologies and Therapeutics 21(2) 2019; DOI: 10.1089/dia.2019.0015
Barnard KD et al. ADA Conference, KALMOD: Novel Holistic Clinical Tool to Improve Consultations and Outcomes, San Diego June 2017
Katharine D Barnard, CE Lloyd, PA Dyson, MJ Davies, S O’Neil, N Kanumilli, J Lawton, R Zeigler and RIG Holt. Kaleidoscope Model of Diabetes Care: Time for a Rethink? Diabetic Medicine 31(5) February 2014 DOI: 10.1111/dme.12400
Barnard-Kelly K. Onboarding and Support Needs of People with Diabetes and Healthcare Professionals, Diabetes Technology and Therapeutics, ATTD Conference, Barcelona Feb 2020