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Experts warn health care providers to slow down in allowing smart pill in patient care settings

Experts warn health care providers to slow down in allowing smart pill in patient care settings

Managing Patient Care through Technology

Managing Patient Care through Technology

Targeted and population-based strategies can lead to better hypertension control

Targeted and population-based strategies can lead to better hypertension control

Use of medication reminder apps increases people's adherence to cardiovascular medication

Use of medication reminder apps increases people's adherence to cardiovascular medication

Extended-release naltrexone appears to help HIV-positive patients reduce heavy drinking

Extended-release naltrexone appears to help HIV-positive patients reduce heavy drinking

Limited health literacy blocks heart disease prevention and treatment

Limited health literacy blocks heart disease prevention and treatment

Senior diabetic patients can save significant cost if negotiated rebates are shared at pharmacy counter

Senior diabetic patients can save significant cost if negotiated rebates are shared at pharmacy counter

Elderly patients would like technology to help with day-to-day medicine taking

Elderly patients would like technology to help with day-to-day medicine taking

Non-adherence to sleep apnea treatment linked to increased hospital readmissions

Non-adherence to sleep apnea treatment linked to increased hospital readmissions

Symptoms of alcoholism affect prescription drug adherence to treat disease

Symptoms of alcoholism affect prescription drug adherence to treat disease

NIH launches large study to compare treatments for pregnant women with HIV

NIH launches large study to compare treatments for pregnant women with HIV

Diabetes patients least likely to follow medical advice regarding medication due to side effects

Diabetes patients least likely to follow medical advice regarding medication due to side effects

Less than one-third of glaucoma patients talk to their doctor about medication costs, study finds

Less than one-third of glaucoma patients talk to their doctor about medication costs, study finds

MS patients who adhere to medication schedules have better physical outcomes

MS patients who adhere to medication schedules have better physical outcomes

Research finds mental and emotional health apps as effective self-help tools

Research finds mental and emotional health apps as effective self-help tools

Interactive website positively influences parents to vaccinate their children

Interactive website positively influences parents to vaccinate their children

Study shows Healthy Days as valid method to evaluate overall population health

Study shows Healthy Days as valid method to evaluate overall population health

Smartphone interventions may help middle-aged, older adults cope with serious mental illness

Smartphone interventions may help middle-aged, older adults cope with serious mental illness

Researchers compare asthma management, treatment outcomes in two countries

Researchers compare asthma management, treatment outcomes in two countries

UNC-Chapel Hill receives $1.6 million grant to help African-American patients with glaucoma

UNC-Chapel Hill receives $1.6 million grant to help African-American patients with glaucoma