MoviPill: improving medication compliance for elders using a mobile persuasive social game

  title={MoviPill: improving medication compliance for elders using a mobile persuasive social game},
  author={Rodrigo de Oliveira and M. Cherubini and Nuria Oliver},
  journal={Proceedings of the 12th ACM international conference on Ubiquitous computing},
Medication compliance is a critical component in the success of any medical treatment. However, only 50% of patients correctly adhere to their prescription regimens. Mobile and ubiquitous technologies have been proposed to tackle this challenge, mainly in the form of memory aid solutions that remind patients to take their pills. However, most of these methods do not engage patients in shifting their behavior towards better compliance. In this paper, we propose and evaluate a mobile phone-based… Expand

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