Source: pexels.com Copyright: cottonbro URL: https://www.pexels.com/photo/restaurant-man-people-woman-4057762/   Digital interventions are effective in helping patients in primary care take the medicines they have been prescribed, according to the first UK study of whether highly tailored text and voice messages are useful as a tool to improve medication adherence. The new study, called Medication Adherence for Patient’s Support, or MAPS, proves the importance of highly tailored interventions to support behavior change. The research is likely to be of interest to health care planners looking for effective, low-cost ways to improve medication adherence on a large scale. Medication adherence is a significant problem in terms of health andRead More →

New large-scale study: Hinge Health exercise therapy and coaching reduced musculoskeletal pain by 69% and improved mental health and surgery outcomes in a longitudinal study with 10,000+ participants. San Francisco, CA (May 12, 2020) – As more patients and employers turn to remote health care options in response to coronavirus disease (COVID-19), a new large-scale study shows that Hinge Health’s digital health solution significantly reduced participant musculoskeletal pain. The study demonstrates that each Hinge Health remote exercise therapy and coaching session has a direct correlation to pain reduction. In the world’s largest digital musculoskeletal longitudinal study (N=10,264), each Hinge Health participant had an average painRead More →