Mobile phone app, emocha, by emocha Mobile Health, allows people with opioid-use disorder to video themselves taking their anti-addiction medication. The video is then sent to clinicians who use it to verify patients’ adherence to their drug regimen.
Mobile phone app, emocha, by emocha Mobile Health, allows people with opioid-use disorder to video themselves taking their anti-addiction medication. The video is then sent to clinicians who use it to verify patients’ adherence to their drug regimen. . emocha Mobile Health
Mobile phone app, emocha, by emocha Mobile Health, allows people with opioid-use disorder to video themselves taking their anti-addiction medication. The video is then sent to clinicians who use it to verify patients’ adherence to their drug regimen. . emocha Mobile Health

Technology could help opioid addicts in rural America, but a federal rule needs changing

November 08, 2017 03:00 PM

UPDATED November 08, 2017 05:44 PM

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