Maite Martin-Conde

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AIMS Adherence to medication is a major problem that affects 50-60% of chronically ill patients. As mobile phone use spreads rapidly, a new model of remote health delivery via mobile phone – mHealth – is increasingly used. The objective of this study is to provide a comprehensive overview of how mHealth can be used to improve adherence to medication. (More)
The aim of this study was to assess the feasibility and preliminary outcomes of a medication self-management platform for chronically ill patients, Medplan. We performed a 6-month single-arm prospective pre-post intervention study of patients receiving treatment for hypertension and/or dyslipidemia and/or heart failure and/or human immunodeficiency virus(More)
OBJECTIVES Mobile phones have been rapidly adopted by the general population and are now a promising technology with considerable potential in health care. However, refusal rates of 24%-75% have been reported in telemedicine studies. We aimed to report the challenges faced when recruiting patients to use Android and iOS smartphone applications aimed at(More)
Poor adherence to medication is a prevalent issue that affects 50–60% of chronically ill patients. We present Medplan, a platform for patients/caregivers and healthcare professionals (HCPs) that aims to enhance adherence, increase patient medication knowledge, and facilitate communication between patients and HCPs. The Medplan platform was designed and(More)
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