Directly Observed Therapy and emocha Mobile Health

UM School of Pharmacy collaborates w/ tech startup emocha to offer clinical adherence solution | BioSpace | 10/17/2019

BALTIMORE, MD. — The Center for Innovative Pharmacy Solutions at the University of Maryland School of Pharmacy is collaborating with emocha Mobile Health to expand the company’s clinician-led adherence solution offering. Through this collaboration, pharmacists … hospitalizations annually. Through emocha, patients improve medication adherence with video Directly Observed Therapy (DOT) and a clinician-led support team. DOT is the gold standard for medication adherence, and emocha is the market leader in …

Maryland Pharmacy School Embraces mHealth for Medication Adherence | mHealth Intelligence | 10/16/2019

The University of Maryland School of Pharmacy will be using emocha Mobile Health’s mHealth platform to help providers and insurers manage medication adherence among patients and members. Source: ThinkStock By October 16, 2019 - The University … spun out of Johns Hopkins, to use the company’s video Directly Observed Therapy (vDOT) service. The vDOT platform enables patients to use their smartphone or tablet to record themselves taking prescribed medications, then send that …

Magellan Health uses smartphone-based AI tech to help Hep C patients | Healthcare IT News | 8/12/2019

… directly observed therapy, the Guam Department of Public Health and Social Services turned to a healthcare technology from Baltimore-based emocha Mobile Health. Patients use emocha, a HIPAA-compliant mobile application, on their smartphone to video record themselves taking their medication, report side effects and receive medication reminders. They have access to two-way, HIPAA-secure messaging to communicate with their healthcare provider. Guam uses the technology for TB patients …

mHealth Researchers Look to Make the Selfie a Health Resource | mHealth Intelligence | 8/9/2019

… emocha Mobile Health, spun out of Johns Hopkins, is seeing success using the technology in Video Directly Observed Therapy (VDOT) programs, in which patients take selfies as they take their prescribed medications and send those videos to their care providers. The company is working on programs across the country, including at least two federally-funded projects to test the reliability of the mHealth platform in treatment for opioid abuse. Earlier …