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Improving Refill Adherence in Medicare Patients With Tailored and Interactive Mobile Text Messaging: Pilot Study

Improving Refill Adherence in Medicare Patients With Tailored and Interactive Mobile Text Messaging: Pilot Study

Patient nonadherence affects 50% to 60% of chronically ill patients, and the cost of medication-related hospitalizations is $100 billion annually [1-3].

Rena Brar Prayaga, Erwin W Jeong, Erin Feger, Harmony K Noble, Magdalen Kmiec, Ram S Prayaga

JMIR Mhealth Uhealth 2018;6(1):e30


Types and Frequency of Infusion Pump Alarms and Infusion-Interruption to Infusion-Recovery Times for Critical Short Half-Life Infusions: Retrospective Data Analysis

Types and Frequency of Infusion Pump Alarms and Infusion-Interruption to Infusion-Recovery Times for Critical Short Half-Life Infusions: Retrospective Data Analysis

For example, an alert for near end of infusion (NEOI) or end of infusion (EOI) requires an immediate response if the medication is a critical short half-life infusion but takes a lower priority if the alert is for a medication such as ganciclovir or amoxycillin

James Waterson, Arkadiusz Bedner

JMIR Hum Factors 2019;6(3):e14123


Health Information Technology: Meaningful Use and Next Steps to Improving Electronic Facilitation of Medication Adherence

Health Information Technology: Meaningful Use and Next Steps to Improving Electronic Facilitation of Medication Adherence

Given that medication management requires many participants, roles, responsibilities, and handoffs, data capture that is meaningful for patients is often lost in the chaos of medication management as care processes cross boundaries and settings of care.

Hayden B Bosworth, Leah L Zullig, Phil Mendys, Michael Ho, Troy Trygstad, Christopher Granger, Megan M Oakes, Bradi B Granger

JMIR Med Inform 2016;4(1):e9


Evaluating User Perceptions of Mobile Medication Management Applications With Older Adults: A Usability Study

Evaluating User Perceptions of Mobile Medication Management Applications With Older Adults: A Usability Study

Adherence generally refers to how a patient takes a medication in relation to the prescribed timing, dose, frequency, and duration of therapy [13,15].

Kelly Anne Grindrod, Melissa Li, Allison Gates

JMIR Mhealth Uhealth 2014;2(1):e11


Use of a Digital Medication Management System for Effective Assessment and Enhancement of Patient Adherence to Therapy (ReX): Feasibility Study

Use of a Digital Medication Management System for Effective Assessment and Enhancement of Patient Adherence to Therapy (ReX): Feasibility Study

However, these technologies cannot track each pill or eliminate medication overdose and abuse [7]. Re X is an innovative medication management system designed to provide a comprehensive solution to the nonadherence problem.

Ronit Shtrichman, Stefan Conrad, Kai Schimo, Ran Shachar, Ehud Machluf, Enrique Mindal, Howard Epstein, Shirli Epstein, Alan Paz

JMIR Hum Factors 2018;5(4):e10128


Attitudes and Preferences on the Use of Mobile Health Technology and Health Games for Self-Management: Interviews With Older Adults on Anticoagulation Therapy

Attitudes and Preferences on the Use of Mobile Health Technology and Health Games for Self-Management: Interviews With Older Adults on Anticoagulation Therapy

During the session, the participants discussed strategies and barriers to medication self-management, as well as use of m Health technology and health games. The questions asked are presented in Table 1.

Jung-Ah Lee, Annie Lu Nguyen, Jill Berg, Alpesh Amin, Mark Bachman, Yuqing Guo, Lorraine Evangelista

JMIR Mhealth Uhealth 2014;2(3):e32