Leveraging digital adherence technologies (DATs) to help manage treatment of leading infectious cause of death globally

Harvard Pop Center faculty member Professor Kenneth Mayer, MD, is an author on an analysis published in BMJ Global Health that: provides an historical context for the use of DATs  (e.g., phone-based and smartphone-based technologies, digital pillboxes and ingestible sensors) to help manage the treatment of tuberculosis (TB); describes the variety of DATs currently being … Continue reading “Leveraging digital adherence technologies (DATs) to help manage treatment of leading infectious cause of death globally”