The July 18 meeting featured a presentation from Seth Heldenbrand, Pharm.D, Associate Professor of Pharmacy Practice and Assistant Dean of Experimental Education for the UAMS College of Pharmacy, on “Tools to Promote Medication Adherence.”
Seth discussed mobile apps and other innovations that are available to help patients and health care providers increase and monitor medication adherence. Seth shared some of his research ranking different mobile apps that are available.
See below for Seth’s PowerPoint from the presentation, as well as the notes from this meeting.
ADH UAMS Adherence Tools (PPT)