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spencer study: published manuscript

This study was conducted by Alberta Health Services, Health Systems Evaluation and Evidence team from March 2019 to October 2019 in a Western Canadian province; it was part of a larger randomized controlled trial (RCT) on spencer.

Authors: Ahmad A, Chiu V, Arain MA. Users’ Perceptions of an in-Home Electronic Medication Dispensing System: A Qualitative Study. Med Devices (Auckl). 2020;13:31-39

Highlights:

  • Users stayed on track and on schedule with their medication regimen.
  • Users maintained their independence and kept a consistent daily routine.
  • People felt less worried and stressed which helped improve relationships.
  • spencer improves medication management and adherence in older adults.
  • Increased adherence may lead to patient and system-level benefits.


Read the full text as published in Medical Devices: Evidence and Research.

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