Provide treatment to over 9 million people worldwide that are infected with tuberculosis. Tuberculosis treatment standards require healthcare workers to directly observe patients taking medication
TB patients, clinicians.
Connectivity requirement for the product/service to work (mobile internet, SMS, voice).
Mobile data coverage required for the product/service to work (2G, 3G, 4G, LTE, other [specify]).
Device(s) type required for the product/service to work (smartphone, feature phone, tablet, other [specify]).
Device features required for the product/service to work (bluetooth, Wi-Fi, camera, IVR, GPS, accelerometers/motion sensors, physiologic biosensors, biometric identifiers, SIM, memory card (e.g microSD), other [specify]).
Connectivity requirement for the product/service to work. Some apps/services can work offline. If no, specify if network connectivity is needed at any point (e.g connectivity needed for download).
Is the product/service able to receive and send back information to the user?
Rates of user vs downloads/subscriptions – Compliance rate for the app/voice/SMS service
Support according to the literacy level required from the user. If yes, specify type of literacy support. If no, the user is intended to be literate.
Operating system required and software version (Android, IOs, Windows, or other [specify])
Education and behavior change, human resource management, decision support, data collection & analytics, electronic medical records, Healthcare provider- CHW training, telemedicine/remote diagnostic, stock management, disease surveillance and reporting
miDOT is a smartphone application that allows patients to indicate symptoms and record themselves taking their medication. The patient can then securely submit this information to the emocha server, where a clinician can then observe and confirm medication adherence using the emocha web interface. The system also includes a notifications feature to remind patients to take their medication and inform providers about important patient-reported events.
Emocha provides Help Desk support.
miDOT has already been implemented in Harris County (TX) and Baltimore (MD). Data is actively being gathered on usability, patient adherence, and cost savings at four Maryland health departments with support from an NIH grant. miDOT is also being used in an adherence-related study of Hepatitis C Virus in Denver, CO. miDOT will soon be tested in Pune and Bangalore, India.
If you are experiencing the following symptoms, notify a nurse or local health care provider immediately before continuing medication:
Loss of Appetite
Sores in Mouth
Jaundice (Yellow Skin/Eyes)
Prescribed TB drugs, mobile phone camera
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