Mobile Technology to Improve Medication Adherence

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Mobile technology provides opportunities for pharmacists and other health care providers to help improve and assess patients' medication adherence.

Mobile technology provides opportunities for pharmacists and other health care providers to help improve and assess patients' medication adherence.

The topic of using technology to improve medication adherence is not new, as many innovators and companies have tried over the years to create products that patients would use in their daily lives. Inevitably, most patients stick with the tried-and-true pill box because it works.

That said, we have entered into a mobile world where everything is connected. This infographic details how to use technology and the Internet to help improve medication adherence:

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