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Digital health leaders are tackling the issue of medication adherence, which is a significant problem for people with rheumatoid arthritis, according to a new study from the University of Manchester.
HealthXL and its partners launch research collaboration to revolutionize the management of self injectable medication at home.
The first signs of spring signaled the start of AIR Louisville, a collaborative big-data project that uses digital health technology to track and improve asthma symptoms over time.
A year-long randomized clinical trial involving more than 21,000 adults found that people who received automated reminders were more likely to refill their cholesterol and blood pressure medications.
“Drugs don’t work in patients who don’t take them.”–C. Everett Koop, MD (former U.S. Surgeon General)
The pharmaceutical company grants valuable mentoring and $65,000 in seed money to each of the five companies, and gets up to 10 percent equity in return.
According to Proteus Digital Health, the company’s sensor-laden pills demonstrated a 99.1 percent detection rate of medication adherence during clinical trials.
The startup raises $1.75 million in Series A financing and secures a second patent ahead of a planned launch of the second generation of its smart pill bottles.
Topping the Independent Baby-boomer Wish List is the desire to stay put, instead of shuffling off to the digs of long-term care—and digital health is helping make it happen.
Biomedical engineers have created a very thin skin patch using nanoparticles to record abnormal muscle activity and deliver drugs to patients with movement disorders.
US-based Proteus Digital Health will open a manufacturing facility in UK in partnership with NHS England and UK Trade & Investment to produce pills with sensors that help track medication adherence.
By tracking ingestions of each and every dose of medications, networked wellness systems will ensure high medication compliance in chronic care management resulting in better health outcomes.
By delivering presorted individual pill packets organized by date and time to patient’s doorstep, PillPack simplifies the process of medication management.