Patients at Rush University Medical Center in Chicago can take a pill with tiny embedded sensors that transmit information to a Bluetooth device worn as a body patch to allow reminders and tracking of medication adherence. The sensor was developed by Proteus Digital Health.
"Smart pill" reminds patients to take medications
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