Device/Pharma Companies Leverage Digital Tools To Monitor Medication Adherence
Digital health tools, pharmaceuticals and medical devices are converging in new wireless technologies designed to remotely monitor patient medication-taking behavior and to measure physiological responses to some drugs. Companies say these connected devices and services will help improve medication adherence and patient outcomes, and will save the health care system billions of dollars by preventing unnecessary doctor's visits and hospital admissions.
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