Non-inferiority study of telemedicine versusconventional CBT-I in recently Hospitalized Patients withInsomnia
This is a 6 week study comparing the effectiveness of Behavioral Therapy administered remotely via video conference versus conventional in-office Behavioral Therapy on recently hospitalized patients with insomnia.
Basic eligibility criteria:
Please contact the study coordinator for additional eligibility information.
1. Medically ill patients with recent hospitalization who are being discharged to home.
2. Age > 18 years
3. Ability to provide informed consent
4. Willingness to undergo home sleep study
Prior to enrollment, patients must pass all inclusion/exclusion criteria as well as a home sleep study in order to be eligible to participate.
Once enrolled, participants will be randomized to one of the following study arms:
Therapy by a clinical psychologist via computer-based video chat.
Therapy by a clinical psychologist in an office setting.
Primary disease category: Sleep Disorders
Sponsor: American Sleep Medicine Foundation (ASMF)
Projected enrollment dates: May 2017 to May 2019
Official study title: Non-inferiority study of telemedicine versusconventional CBT-I in recently Hospitalized Patients withInsomnia
http://www.clinicaltrials.gov/show/Will be registered upon IRB approval