Integration of medication monitoring and communication technologies in designing a usability-enhanced home solution for older adults

@article{Lee2011IntegrationOM,
  title={Integration of medication monitoring and communication technologies in designing a usability-enhanced home solution for older adults},
  author={Chaiwoo Lee and Jarrod Orszulak and Richard Myrick and Joseph F. Coughlin and Olivier De Weck and Daisuke Asai},
  journal={ICTC 2011},
  year={2011},
  pages={390-395}
}
Technology-enabled solutions have been increasingly developed for aging-in-place. Previous studies have developed systems to assist older adults in managing medications and maintaining social connections. However, although developed for direct user interaction, most have failed to be sufficiently evaluated by users. This paper describes the development and testing of a home solution for older adults' medication management and communications. The system integrates RFID-based medication… CONTINUE READING

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